Comment: Premiums are somthing extra.. for the mone-changer, it seems.

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Premiums are somthing extra.. for the mone-changer, it seems.

Poor folk need not buy money. The US Nickel is worth its weight. Its melt value is well over 5¢, by & by. Over 7¢ last year. 5.3¢ today. It is the last remnant of the commonly circulated "coin of the realm." Get it whilst supplies last.

Poor folk can save their spare coin as they see fit. No sales. No fees. No commission.

$3.7100 = copper price / pound on Feb 07, 2013.
.75 = copper %
$8.2235 = nickel price / pound on Feb 07, 2013.
.25 = nickel %
5.00 = total weight in grams

Pounds to price these metals: multiply the metal price by .00220462262 to convert to grams.

Calculate 75% copper value: 3.71× .00220462262× 5× .75= $0.0306714

Calculate 25% nickel value: 8.2235× .00220462262× 5.00× .25= $0.0226617

Add the two together: $0.0306714+ $0.0226617= $0.0533331

$0.0533331 is the melt value for the 1946-2013 nickel on February 07, 2013.
http://www.coinflation.com/coins/1946-2007-Jefferson-Nickel-...

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