What Is Your Coin Worth?

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In this exclusive Whiskey and Gunpowder video we’ll explore the value of U.S. coins – past and present - and show you why nickels are a solid investment. Most U.S. coins are worth nothing in melt value. The nickel is the one coin left in circulation that is worth more than its face value. Now is the time to begin hoarding nickels before their metal content is debased and they become worthless.

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What Is Your Coin Worth?

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  2. 2. 1916-1964 1965-1970 90% Silver 90% Silver 10% Copper 40% Silver 10% Copper 60% Copper
  3. 3. 1965-Present 1971-Present 8.33% Nickel 91.67% Copper 8.33% Nickel 91.67% Copper 8.33% Nickel 91.67% Copper
  4. 4. So it’s not a bad idea to get your hands on as many nickels as you can, while you can before they become worth nothing.
  5. 5. If the nickel follows the trend of its fellow coins, youstand to make incredible gains. Remember, a nickelcan’t lose its purchasing power and no matter what happens you can always spend it as 5¢.
  6. 6. Kyle Bass, a hedge fund manager in Texas, feels so strongly about this prediction that in 2011 he bought 20 million nickels from his bank. He foresees the gov’t changing the content of nickels within two years.
  7. 7. You can’t legally melt nickels in order to sell the metalsthey contain. But if and when the government devalues the metal in a nickel, a market for cupronickel coins will likely develop just as it did for silver coins.
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