Jim W. writes: I have an 1886 Canadian nickel. Is it worth anything?
1886 Canada 5c pieces were struck in silver and are smaller than a U.S. dime. Composition: .925 silver. Diameter: 15.5 mm, Weight: 1.16 grams. They were struck under the Dominion of Canada before Canada became independent from Great Britain. Values depend on grade (condition) and variety. Approximate value Range: USD $5 – $600+.