Is a 1953 Canadian nickel worth anything?
1953 “No Shoulder Fold” Nickel Apparently, “mint and near mint” examples of these rare coins can sell at auction for anywhere between $2,000 and $4,000.
What is a 1953 Canadian nickel made of?
Chrome plated steel
Types and specifications
|1953–1964||4.54 g||Chrome plated steel (1953–1954) 99.9% nickel (1955–1964)|
|1965–1981||4.54 g||99.9% nickel|
|1982–1989||4.6 g||75% copper, 25% nickel|
Are there any valuable Canadian nickels?
Top 10 rare Canadian nickels include the 1926 far 6, 1947 dot, 1951 high relief, 1953 Shoulder Fold (SF) Far Maple Leaf, the 1925 and 1965 large beads.
How much is a 1953 Canadian penny worth?
A small number of the 1953 pennies were struck with newly upgraded dies and are tough to find. They can sell anywhere from $25 to several hundreds of dollars at auction.
What years did Canadian nickels have silver in them?
The first Canadian nickel. From 1858 to 1921, the Canadian 5-cent coin was made of silver. To maintain silver content that is proportional to its value—meaning that it had to contain 5-cents worth of silver—the coin was quite small, measuring 15.5 millimetres and weighing 1.16 grams.
Are there any Canadian silver nickels?
Silver 5 cent coins were produced from 1870 until 1921 and the nickel (later steel and steel plated) version was produced from 1922 until the present. In general, it’s the rare silver 5 cent coins, like the so-called Prince of Canadian Coins (the 1921 5 cent coin), that get all the attention among collectors.
What is a 1953 coin worth?
1953 Penny Value
|1953 Lincoln Penny Value|
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How much is a coin from 1953 worth?
|1953 Lincoln penny value|