Trust me, it is not authentic. The 1979 dies were destroyed 13 years before the 1993 dies were made.
A Jefferson half dollar would be a real find, because Jefferson is on the nickel and JFK is on the half dollar. Regardless, a 1979 nickel is worth 5¢ and a 1979 half is worth exactly 10 times as much.
1979 was the first year of the Susan B. Anthony dollar. Hundreds of millions were minted, and it's worth exactly one dollar.
They're both only worth face value.
If such a coin existed it would be exceedingly valuable, but all 1979 halves are made of copper-nickel and are only worth 50 cents.
$1. They're made of copper-nickel, not silver.
"Eagle" generally refers to a $10 gold coin, but those were not minted in 1979. The only coin bigger than a half dolar, minted in 1979, is the Susan B. Anthony Dollar. Is that what you have? If it's a double headed coin, then it's a novelty item, not made by the Mint, worth a couple dollars. Dan
Heinrich Nickel died on 1979-01-02.
it's definitely not worth breaking the letter opener to get it out. it's a common date and has no precious metal in it.
1979 would make it a Susan B. Anthony dollar coin, which is still only worth one dollar. And it's not made of silver, but rather 91.67% copper and 8.33% nickel.
what is a 1979 old 20 dollar bill worth
It's juat pocket change, spend it.
In circulated condition, 5 cents. Huge numbers were minted. A nice uncirculated one might be worth all of 30 cents.
These coins are not rare. They're made of copper-nickel like dimes and quarters, rather than silver. Unless they are uncirculated or proof they are worth $1.
If you mean a Susan B Anthony dollar? They are very common, have no silver and are made from copper- nickel and only worth $1 unless it's proof.
How much is my 10 won 1979 coin worth
repubblica italiana L.100 1979 coin worth
Yes, it is only worth face value.
In circulated condition, face value only.
All US $1 coins with that date were made of copper-nickel. A gold-colored one has been plated. Either way, it's only worth a dollar. All Canadian $1 coins with that date were made of a gold-colored metal called aureate nickel. Again, they're only worth a dollar.
It's worth one dollar.
6000 GBP in 1979 would be worth about 201666 GBP today