The value of any coin depends on the date, mintmark and condition, post new question with more info.
Average retail value: $1.00-$3.00
One is not a nickel, it is a quarter. The other coin is a nickel.
The US and Canadian dollar values are nearly equal right now, so a Canadian nickel is worth 5 cents on either side of the border.
Most nickels, especially those in circulation, are not worth much above their face value. However, certain older nickels, such as the 1942-1945 "War Nickel" that contains 35% silver, can have some numismatic value. Additionally, any nickel dated before 1938 may be valuable due to its scarcity and collector demand.
The US nickel weighs 5 grams when new, so 12000 g is 2400 new nickels which is worth $120 .
a 1920 buffalo nickel is worth about 2.50 because it's not that rare
about 35 cents
In the US, a nickel is worth 5 cents.
Indian head (buffalo) nickels were minted from 1913 to 1938.
The "f" is not a mintmark but rather an initial. With out a date it is impossible to tell the value of your coin. Most buffalo or Indian head nickels aren't worth much. Post a new question and structure it like this to ensure an answer- "What is the value of a <date> US nickel" or " What is a <date> US nickel worth".
No US nickels were struck until 1866, Buffalo's were first struck in 1913, look at the coin again and post new question.
In average condition, both coins are only worth their face value.
The first US nickels were minted in 1866, and buffalo nickels were made from 1913 to 1938. Please check your coin again and post a new question.
You need to add the year. An S mintmark tells us nothing.
Thomas Jefferson is on the nickel, not George Bush. A 2005 nickel is still only worth 5 cents. If it in fact does have George Bush on it, then it's some kind of novelty done by someone other than the US Mint, and is worth as much as someone is willing to pay.
Please check again and post a new question. All US half cents had a picture of Miss Liberty on the front. The first circulating US coin to have a picture of a buffalo on it was the famous buffalo nickel, issued from 1913 to 1938.
The only years US nickels were struck in silver was 1942-1945. 1914 is a Buffalo nickel. Coins in average circulated condition are valued at $15.00-$30.00 depending on grade.