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1979 D Jefferson Nickel

1979 D Jefferson Nickel

The 1979 D Jefferson Nickel was minted in 1979 at the Denver mint. There were 325,867,000 D nickels minted in all.

How Many 1979 D Jefferson Nickels Were Minted?

1979 D – Amount Minted 325,867,000

How Much Is A 1979 D Jefferson Nickel Worth?

The 1979 D Jefferson Nickel is worth between 35 cents and $1.25 on average.

This value is strictly based on the coins grade and desirability (amount minted) and doesn’t take current metal spot prices into account as these coins are made of 75% copper (except for the 1942 – 1945 War Nickels) and 25% nickel. Copper is by all accounts a precious metal now and does have some bearing on the nickels melt value. A law passed in 2006 makes it illegal to melt U.S. minted Nickels so it is not advised.

Additional 1979 D Jefferson Nickel Facts

Designer: Felix Schlag

Weight: 5 grams

Diameter: 21.2 millimeters

Mint Mark: D

Face Value: $.05


1979 S Jefferson Nickel

1979 S Jefferson Nickel

The 1979 S Jefferson Nickel was minted in 1979 at the San Francisco mint. There were 3,677,000 S nickels minted in all.

How Many 1979 S Jefferson Nickels Were Minted?

1979 S – Amount Minted 3,677,000

How Much Is A 1979 S Jefferson Nickel Worth?

The 1979 S Jefferson Nickel is worth between $1 and $3.50 on average.

There is both a filled and a clear S 1979 Jefferson Nickel. The clear is worth around .75 to $1.00 more than the filled version.

This value is strictly based on the coins grade and desirability (amount minted) and doesn’t take current metal spot prices into account as these coins are made of 75% copper (except for the 1942 – 1945 War Nickels) and 25% nickel. Copper is by all accounts a precious metal now and does have some bearing on the nickels melt value. A law passed in 2006 makes it illegal to melt U.S. minted Nickels so it is not advised.

Additional 1979 S Jefferson Nickel Facts

Designer: Felix Schlag

Weight: 5 grams

Diameter: 21.2 millimeters

Mint Mark: S

Face Value: $.05

1978 P Jefferson Nickel

1978 P Jefferson Nickel

The 1978 P Jefferson Nickel was minted in 1978 at the Philadelphia mint. There were 391,308,000 P nickels minted in all.

How Many 1978 P Jefferson Nickels Were Minted?

1978 P – Amount Minted 391,308,000

How Much Is A 1978 P Jefferson Nickel Worth?

The 1978 P Jefferson Nickel is worth between 35 cents and $1.25 on average.

This value is strictly based on the coins grade and desirability (amount minted) and doesn’t take current metal spot prices into account as these coins are made of 75% copper (except for the 1942 – 1945 War Nickels) and 25% nickel. Copper is by all accounts a precious metal now and does have some bearing on the nickels melt value. A law passed in 2006 makes it illegal to melt U.S. minted Nickels so it is not advised.

Additional 1978 P Jefferson Nickel Facts

Designer: Felix Schlag

Weight: 5 grams

Diameter: 21.2 millimeters

Mint Mark: P

Face Value: $.05

1978 D Jefferson Nickel

1978 D Jefferson Nickel

The 1978 D Jefferson Nickel was minted in 1978 at the Denver mint. There were 313,092,000 D nickels minted in all.

How Many 1978 D Jefferson Nickels Were Minted?

1978 D – Amount Minted 313,092,000

How Much Is A 1978 D Jefferson Nickel Worth?

The 1978 D Jefferson Nickel is worth between 35 cents and $1.25 on average.

This value is strictly based on the coins grade and desirability (amount minted) and doesn’t take current metal spot prices into account as these coins are made of 75% copper (except for the 1942 – 1945 War Nickels) and 25% nickel. Copper is by all accounts a precious metal now and does have some bearing on the nickels melt value. A law passed in 2006 makes it illegal to melt U.S. minted Nickels so it is not advised.

Additional 1978 D Jefferson Nickel Facts

Designer: Felix Schlag

Weight: 5 grams

Diameter: 21.2 millimeters

Mint Mark: D

Face Value: $.05

1977 P Jefferson Nickel

1977 P Jefferson Nickel

The 1997 P Jefferson Nickel was minted in 1977 at the Philadelphia mint. There were 858,376,000 P nickels minted in all.

How Many 1977 P Jefferson Nickels Were Minted?

1977 P – Amount Minted 858,376,000

How Much Is A 1977 P Jefferson Nickel Worth?

The 1977 P Jefferson Nickel is worth between 35 cents to $1.25 on average.

This value is strictly based on the coins grade and desirability (amount minted) and doesn’t take current metal spot prices into account as these coins are made of 75% copper (except for the 1942 – 1945 War Nickels) and 25% nickel. Copper is by all accounts a precious metal now and does have some bearing on the nickels melt value. A law passed in 2006 makes it illegal to melt U.S. minted Nickels so it is not advised.

Additional 1977 P Jefferson Nickel Facts

Designer: Felix Schlag

Weight: 5 grams

Diameter: 21.2 millimeters

Mint Mark: P

Face Value: $.05

1977 D Jefferson Nickel

1977 D Jefferson Nickel

The 1977 D Jefferson Nickel was minted 1977 at the Denver mint. There were 297,313,000 D nickels minted in all.

How Many 1977 D Jefferson Nickels Were Minted?

1977 D – Amount Minted 297,313,000

How Much Is A 1977 D Jefferson Nickel Worth?

The 1977 D Jefferson Nickel is worth between 35 cents and $1.25 on average.

This value is strictly based on the coins grade and desirability (amount minted) and doesn’t take current metal spot prices into account as these coins are made of 75% copper (except for the 1942 – 1945 War Nickels) and 25% nickel. Copper is by all accounts a precious metal now and does have some bearing on the nickels melt value. A law passed in 2006 makes it illegal to melt U.S. minted Nickels so it is not advised.

Additional 1977 D Jefferson Nickel Facts

Designer: Felix Schlag

Weight: 5 grams

Diameter: 21.2 millimeters

Mint Mark: D

Face Value: $.05

1977 S Jefferson Nickel

1977 S Jefferson Nickel

The 1977 S Jefferson Nickel was minted in 1977 at the San Francisco mint. There were 3,251,000 S nickels minted in all.

How Many 1977 S Jefferson Nickels Were Minted?

1977 S – Amount Minted 3,251,000

How Much Is A 1977 S Jefferson Nickel Worth?

The 1977 S Jefferson Nickel is worth between $1 and $3.50 on average.

This value is strictly based on the coins grade and desirability (amount minted) and doesn’t take current metal spot prices into account as these coins are made of 75% copper (except for the 1942 – 1945 War Nickels) and 25% nickel. Copper is by all accounts a precious metal now and does have some bearing on the nickels melt value. A law passed in 2006 makes it illegal to melt U.S. minted Nickels so it is not advised.

Additional 1977 S Jefferson Nickel Facts

Color: White

Designer: Felix Schlag

Weight: 5 grams

Diameter: 21.2 millimeters

Mint Mark: S

Face Value: $.05

1976 P Jefferson Nickel

1976 P Jefferson Nickel

The 1976 P Jefferson Nickel was minted in 1976 at the Philadelphia mint. There were 367,124,000 P nickels minted in all.

How Many 1976 P Jefferson Nickels Were Minted?

1976 P – Amount Minted 367,124,000

How Much Is A 1976 P Jefferson Nickel Worth?

The 1976 P Jefferson Nickel is worth between 35 cents and $1.25 on average.

This value is strictly based on the coins grade and desirability (amount minted) and doesn’t take current metal spot prices into account as these coins are made of 75% copper (except for the 1942 – 1945 War Nickels) and 25% nickel. Copper is by all accounts a precious metal now and does have some bearing on the nickels melt value. A law passed in 2006 makes it illegal to melt U.S. minted Nickels so it is not advised.

Additional 1976 P Jefferson Nickel Facts

Designer: Felix Schlag

Weight: 5 grams

Diameter: 21.2 millimeters

Mint Mark: P

Face Value: $.05