The answer is you have a quarter and a nickel. This adds up to 30 cents. One of the coins (the quarter) is not a nickel, but the other coin is. It could also be a 20c coin and a 10c coin, the question doesn't state that they are US cents, they could be Euro cents.
13 dimes plus 1 nickel adds up to $1.35
It most likely is gold plated, gold plating adds really no value to the coin and like any other 1999 nickel, it is worth 5 cents.
Unless you find someone who wants it, the symbol adds nothing the value of 5 cents
Jefferson nickels tend to tone a copper-gold color and adds nothing to the face value of 5 cents.
There are 100 cents in a dollar, so 2,000 cents makes 20 dollars.
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Use iterative adds. 5x2= 5+5 10x4= 10+10+10+10
5 cents. Gold plating adds a very thin layer of gold on the coin, it hardly increases the coin's value. The 2005 buffalo nickels were intended for circulation and only worth 5 cents unless uncirculated or proof, but since your coin has been damaged due to gold plating, even if it was uncirculated or proof it is now just worth 5 cents.
The gold toning adds nothing the value of 25 cents.
What a load of s**t is your most common answer
You most likely have a gold and silver plated 1965 (copper-nickel) British crown (5 shillings) these are incredibly common and the gold/silver plating adds no value to the coin. Your coin is worth 50 cents to a dollar or so.
50 cents, the plating adds nothing to the value. It has no numismatic collectible value at all. But you may find someone that wants it.
It's a common error that's caused by a filled die and adds nothing to the value.
Exactly 50 cents. Gold plating adds no value.
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The gold plating adds nothing to the value of 50 cents.
If the coin is missing the word "WE" in the motto it adds nothing to the value. This is a common error caused by a filled die.
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50 cents. Gold plating adds no value and collectors view it as damaged. It has the same worth as every other damaged 1983 half dollar, 50 cents.
Twenty five cents each. Silver-plating adds no value.
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25 cents. Gold plating adds no value to the coin but rather can destroy the coins value. In this case it didn't because these coins are not rare and are worth only 25 cents.