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04/12/2010

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David Wozney

If the stated value, of “Federal” Reserve notes, declines enough with respect to copper and nickel, the 1946-2009 nickels, composed of cupronickel alloy, could get somewhat rare in mass circulation.

The April 9th metal value of these nickels is “$0.0609425” or 121.88% of face value, according to the “United States Circulating Coinage Intrinsic Value Table” available at Coinflation.com .

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