How Much Is a 1940 Nickel Worth?

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How much a 1940 nickel is worth varies greatly depending on its condition. On average, they are worth at least $0.35 and as much as about $6 in 2012.
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The coins are still found in circulation, so if it's not a uncirculated coin, it's only face value.
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The value of the 1940 US nickel will depend on the condition of the coin.
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Silver Jefferson nickels were produced from 1942 to 1945 due to World War II. The mint replaced the nickel content with silver to free up more nickel metal for the production of military
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As of stock exchange close today (November 24, 2009) nickel is down again and now worth $7.55 per pound. There are about 453 grams per pound so that would be about $.01666 per gram.
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The 1940 nickel has different values depending on where it was minted. Those values range from $0.20 to $0.50 depending on the coins condition. You can find more info at: sammler.com
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