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1940 D Jefferson Nickel

1940 D Jefferson Nickel

The 1940 D Jefferson Nickel was minted in 1940 at the Denver mint. In 1940 there were 43,540,000 D Nickels minted in all.

How Many 1940 D Jefferson Nickels Were Minted?

1940 D – Amount Minted 43,540,000.

How Much Is A 1940 D Jefferson Nickel Worth?

The 1940 D Jefferson Nickel is worth between 45 cents and $7 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 1940 Jefferson Nickel Facts

Designer: Felix Schlag

Weight: 5 grams

Diameter: 21.2 millimeters

Mint Mark: D

Face Value: $.05


1940 S Jefferson Nickel

1940 S Jefferson Nickel

1940 S Jefferson Nickel was minted in 1940 at the San Francisco mint. In 1940 there were 39,690,000 S nickels minted in all.

How Many 1940 S Jefferson Nickels Were Minted?

1939 S – Amount Minted 39,690,000.

How Much Is A 1940 S Jefferson Nickel Worth?

The 1939 S Jefferson Nickel is worth between 65 cents and $7 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 1940 S Jefferson Nickel Facts

Designer: Felix Schlag

Weight: 5 grams

Diameter: 21.2 millimeters

Mint Mark: S

Face Value: $.05

1939 Jefferson Nickel

1939 Jefferson Nickel

The 1939 Jefferson Nickel was minted in 1939 at the Philadelphia mint. In 1939 there were 120,615,000 nickels minted in all. It has a doubled Monticello for the P 1939 Jefferson Nickel. They sell for anywhere between $80 and 800 dollars each.

How Many 1939 Jefferson Nickels Were Minted?

1939 – Amount Minted 120,615,000.

How Much Is A 1939 Jefferson Nickel Worth?

The 1939 Jefferson Nickel is worth between $50 cents to $5.50 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 1939 Jefferson Nickel Facts

Designer: Felix Schlag

Weight: 5 grams

Diameter: 21.2 millimeters

Mint Mark: No mint mark

Face Value: $.05

1938 Jefferson Nickel

1938 Jefferson Nickel

Introduced in 1938 the Jefferson Nickel retired the beautiful Buffalo Nickel.  The new nickel was only the third U.S. coin produced to feature a former President, and at the time was just the second coin bearing a former President’s image.  When introduced in 1938 there was a strong demand for this coin and that demand persists today making it one of the key dates in the series. To date this is the longest running coin in the current United States Mint line up.

How many 1938 Jefferson Nickels were minted?

1938 – Amount minted 19,496,000

How Much Is A 1938 Jefferson Nickel Worth?

The 1938 Jefferson Nickel is worth between $6.00 and $12.00 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 1938 Jefferson Nickel Facts

Designer: Felix Schlag

Weigth: 5.0 Grams

Diameter: 21.2 millimeters

Mint Mark: No mint mark

Face Value: 0.05 USD

In 1938 There were 19496 Jefferson Nickels issued as proofs and they have a value in excess of $100.00 each.

1938 D Jefferson Nickel

1938 D Jefferson Nickel

The 1938-D Jefferson Nickel is a semi-key date due of its low mintage. There are plenty of high grade examples with Gem examples still plentiful.  Examples graded above MS67 are scarce, but over 200 of them have been certified by PCGS in recent years.  This is one a great coin to add to your collection especially if you can find it in one of the higher grades.

How Many 1938 D Jefferson Nickels Were Minted?

1938 D – Amount minted 5,376,000

How Much Is A 1938 D Jefferson Nickel Worth?

The 1938 D Jefferson Nickel is worth between $2.00 and $15.00 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 1938 D Jefferson Nickel Facts

Designer: Felix Schlag

Weight: 5.00 grams

Diameter: 21.20 millimeters

Mint Mark: D

Face Value:  0.05 USD

1939 D Jefferson Nickel

The 1939 D Jefferson Nickel is one of the rarest Jefferson nickels which makes it very sought after by collectors. If you happen to have one of these in an “MS” state consider yourself fortunate. This coin has risen in value a touch over recent years, with an average value hovering around $12.

How many 1939 D Jefferson Nickels were minted?

1939 D – Amount Minted 3,514,000.

How much Is A 1939 D Jefferson Nickel Worth?

The 1939 D Jefferson Nickel is worth between $12 and $95 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 1939 D Jefferson Nickel Facts

Designer: Felix Schlag

Weight: 5 grams

Diameter: 21.2 millimeters

Mint Mark: D

Face Value: $.05

1938 S Jefferson Nickel

1938 S Jefferson Nickel

The 1938 S Jefferson Nickel was the first mint run of the current U.S. Nickel. The 1938 S Jefferson Nickel was minted in 1938 at the San Francisco mint. This new Nickel was to replace the popular Buffalo Nickel that was minted from 1913 to 1938. In 1938 there were 4,105,000 1938 S nickels minted in all. Of course this number doesn’t reflect the Jefferson Nickels minted at the Denver and Philadelphia mints.

How Many 1938 S Jefferson Nickels Were Minted?

1938 S – Amount Minted 4,105,000

How Much Is A 1938 S Jefferson Nickel Worth?

The 1938 S Jefferson Nickel is worth between $1.00 and $16.00 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 1938 S Jefferson Nickel Facts

Designer: Felix Schlag

Weight: 5 grams

Diameter: 21.2 millimeters

Mint Mark: S

Face Value: $.05

 

1939 S Jefferson Nickel

1939 S Jefferson Nickel

The 1939 S Jefferson Nickel is difficult to find in circulation and does cost more than regular-issue Jefferson nickels in average-circulated condition. It has a mintage of 6,630,000 which typically has a value of about $1.50 in decent circulated condition. If you are lucky enough to find one of these coins in circulation you should take immediate steps to preserve the coin.

How many 1939 S Jefferson Nickels were minted?

1939 S – Amount Minted 6,630,000.

How much Is a 1939 S Jefferson Nickel Worth?

The 1939 S Jefferson Nickel is worth between $2 and $48 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 1939 S Jefferson Nickel Facts

Designer: Felix Schlag

Weght: 5 grams

Diameter: 21.2 millimiters

Mint Mark: S

Face Value: $0.05