What is the 1943-P 3 2 nickel?

What is the 1943-P 3 2 nickel?

USA Coin Book Estimated Value of 1943-P Jefferson Nickel (3 Over 2 Variety) is Worth $35 in Average Condition and can be Worth $257 to $785 or more in Uncirculated (MS+) Mint Condition.

What is the error on a 1943-S nickel?

A 1943-S Jefferson 5-cent piece struck on a steel planchet possibly intended for a 1943 Lincoln cent sold for $3,760 at a Jan. 30 Heritage auction. Striking error coins look unusual and are the result of something going wrong during the minting process.

How much is a 1943 nickel worth?

In extremely fine condition the value is around $3. In uncirculated condition the price is around $6 for coins with an MS 60 grade. Uncirculated coins with a grade of MS 65 can sell for around $20. The 1943 D nickel is worth around $2.50 in very fine condition.

How much are nickels from the 1940’s worth?

1940 Jefferson nickel value*
Coin Coin value range
1940 nickel $0.10 to $3.25
1940 S nickel $0.10 to $6
1940 D nickel $0.10 to $4

Are wartime nickels worth anything?

As the wartime nickels of 1942 through 1945 contain silver, a valuable precious metal, they are worth more than face value—much more!

What war nickels are worth money?

War Nickel Values

Date & Mint Circ. Buy Unc. Sell
War Time Silver Alloy (40% silver)
1942-P TII $0.98 $5.00
1942-D $0.30 $13.00
1942-S $0.93 $4.40

Is there a 1943 steel nickel?

The U.S. Mint experimented with new compositions for World War II. Perhaps the most widely-known example today is the 1943 Lincoln zinc-coated steel cent that was struck only in that year as a way to conserve copper for the war effort.

What is a 1943 nickel with AP mint mark worth?

What This Coin Looks Like (Obverse, Reverse, Mint Mark Location, Special Features, etc. ):

Good (G-4) Very Good (VG-8) About Uncirculated (AU-50)
Good (G-4) Very Good (VG-8) About Uncirculated (AU-50)
$1.60 $1.89 $3.88

Why is a 1940 nickel rare?

Due to the issue’s large mintage and the relative ease at which one can secure attractive uncirculated examples, circulated 1940 Jefferson nickels are not worth more than face value.

Does a 1940 nickel have silver in it?

The original design ran through 1938-2003. Jefferson Nickels were primarily made of 75% copper and 25% nickel. After 1942, War-Time effort called for a different metallic composition. The new alloy composition consisted of a mixture of 56% copper, 35% silver, and 9% manganese.

Is a 1943 nickel made of silver?

The 1943 Jefferson Nickel is a war nickel, and as such it contains a small amount of silver in addition to other alloys. Collectors may desire this coin due to its silver content and historical significance.