How much is a 1964 nickel worth?


The value of a 1964 nickel coin is five times the face value of the coin and this is usually so, if the coin is still uncirculated. The value reduces depending on the condition of the coin; for instance if it is worn out.
Q&A Related to "How much is a 1964 nickel worth?"
The coin is still found in circulation today and it's 5 cents.
Type: Jefferson Nickel Year: 1956 Mint Mark: No mint mark Face Value: 0.05 USD Total
A Louis and Clark nickel isn't the slightest bit rare, and it's worth exactly five cents. Ask again in fifty years.
The US never struck any Libery nickles, but we did strike JEFFERSON NICKELS dated 1959 and they are still worth 5 cents.
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