It would all depend on the mix. If you had 180 pounds of pennies and the other 10 pounds were nickels, dimes and quarters that would be worth a lot LESS THAN if you had 180 pounds of quarters and the other 10 pounds were pennies, nickels and dimes.
100 pennies 10 dimes 20 nickels 4 quarters
A roll of dimes is worth $5.00. A roll of quarters is worth $10.00. Roll of nickels is $2.00 and roll of pennies is $0.50. Hope this helps. (:
10 quarters 7 dimes 9 pennies and 27 nickels is: $4.64
100 pennies 10 dimes 20 nickels 4 quarters 5 dimes and 10 nickels 2 quarters and 5 dimes Mainly, as long as you have 100 cents then its a dollar.
Total = $4.22
If one-fifth of the coins are dimes two fifteeths are nickles and two-thirds are pennies how much of each coin do you have for a total of one dollars worth of coins.
They aren't pennies. They have a face value of 10 cents which makes them dimes.
10 pennies OR 2 nickels
We don't know 500 of what. Pennies, dollars, dimes, nickels or donuts.
621 pennies and 40 nickels and 90 dimes and 8 quarters is: $13.62
$2 for the nickels (40 nickels) $.50 for the pennies ( 50 pennies)
This is equal to 42 cents.
No nickels were minted in 1839, just half dimes.
1 quarter plus 9 dimes plus 9 nickles plus 7 pennies = $1.67
6*10 + 5*5 + 4 = 89 cents
Mintages of pennies, nickels and dimes in the 1940's and 1950's was quite high, so they are considered common -- with few exceptions. In circulated condition, wheat cents are worth about 2 cents each. Steel cents from 1943 are worth 5-10 cents each. Nickels will generally have little or no added value. The exceptions being the 1942-1945 silver nickels (identified by a large P, D or S above the building on the back) that are worth about 20 cents, and the 1950-D nickel which is worth a couple dollars. There are no dimes in this time period that have any significant collector value in circulated condition. Their value will be based on the silver they contain -- currently about 40 cents apiece.