In addition to some 2007 dollar coins, take a look at all those nickels in your pocket change!
You need to get more frogs and coins
Pat has 3.80 in nickels and dimes. She has 51 coins in all. Pat has 26 nickels of the 51 coins.
7 nickels, 4 dimes, and 3 quarters.
Unless they are uncirculated or proof coins, any standard cents, nickels, etc. that are less than about 40 years old will be worth only face value. If you check your pocket change it will be clear that there is nothing special to coins that are 10 or 15 years old.
40 pennies, 8 nickels, and two dimes
Ten nickels, five pennies
One quarter,or 25 pennies, or 20 pennies and 1 nickel, or 15 pennies and 2 nickels, or 10 pennies and 3 nickels or 5 pennies and 4 nickels, or 2 dimes and 1 nickel, or 1 dime and 3 nickels, or 15 nickels and 1 dime.
I'm a bit confused with your question. There were well over 6 billion Lincoln cents minted in 1973, along with quarters, Eisenhower dollars, nickels and dimes minted in 1973. All these coins (other than the Eisenhower dollar) can easily be found in your pocket change.
If you got it in pocket change spend it.
12 x 100/80 ie 15%
47 Quarters 83 Nickels
2 quarters, 4 dimes, 2 nickels
Three of the 6 coins had to be nickels. The six coins are 1 quarter, 1 dime, 3 nickels, and 1 penny.
A standard US roll of nickels contains 40 coins.
One bank box contains $100 worth of nickels, which is 2,000 coins.
If I understand the wording of the question the answer is yes, but to be sure lay the coin flat with the heads side up and turn the coin left to right the Buffalo should be upside down on each turn. In fact, all US coins are minted this way so you should be able to do this with anything in your pocket change. NOTE: the coins are called Indian Head and or Buffalo Nickels not buffalo head nickels.
No these are proof coins, but some proof coins do show up in pocket change..
Three dimes, four nickels, five pennies
6 nickels one dime
13 nickels 7 dimes
One way is 2 quarters, 4 dimes, 2 nickels. Another way is 3 quarters, 5 nickels.
The answer depends on how much you give, and the form in which you get the change. The change could be all in 1 cent coins!