What is the current value of a 1940 nickel?

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A Jefferson 1940 nickel has a value of anywhere from 35 cents in poor condition, meaning worn more than a newer coin. If it is in perfect condition, meaning no flaws and possibly certified then it is worth about $6.
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In circulated condition, no added value. 1940 Jefferson Nickel; With no mint mark, in very fine condition is worth $0.20, uncirculated is worth $1.75, proof is worth $37.50. With
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A 1940 nickel is worth ten cents but a 1939 nickel is worth twenty five cents.
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Nickels from the 1940s are worth between $0.05 and $0.60. Pennies from the 1940s are worth $0.03 to $0.12.
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