What Is a Nickel Coin Made of?

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Nickels have been made from different mixtures over time. Most of them, however, have contained the nickel alloy from which it's name comes from!
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Since 1938, United States five-cent nickel has been made of 25 percent nickel and 75 percent copper. This coin is referred to as the Jefferson Nickel. This nickel features an engraving
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Cents are made out of copper-coated zinc (post-1982) modern dollar coins are made out of brass.
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Nickels are made of an alloy of 75 percent copper and 25 percent nickel & weigh about 5.0 grams. Wow!
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Nickels made from 1866 ( first year of issue) to mid-1942 and
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US Coins in Circulation
  Coin Composition Weight Cost to Produce
Penny Source Cent 2.5% Copper, 97.5% Zinc 2.5 g 2.41 cents
Nickel Source Nickel 25% Nickel, 75% Copper 5 g 11.18 cents
Dime Source Dime 8.33% Nickel, 91.67% Copper 2.268 g 5.65 cents
Quarter Source Quarter 8.33% Nickel, 91.67% Copper 5.67 g 11.14 cents
Half-Dollar Source Half Dollar 8.33% Nickel, 91.67% Copper 11.34 g N/A
Susan B Anthony Dollar Source Susan B Anthony Dollar 12.5% Nickel, 87.5% Copper 8.1 g N/A
US Dollar Coin Source $1 Coin 88.5% Copper, 6% Zinc, 3.5% Manganese, 2% Nickel 8.1 g 18.03 cents
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