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Premium .999 Canadian Nickel (1 Pound Bag)
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Premium .999 Canadian Nickel (1 Pound Bag)

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Canadian nickels minted from 1955 to 1981 are comprised of 99.9% pure nickel metal.  With instant recognition and government-backed purity, Canadian nickels can be traded as bullion in their original form.

These coins have been separated from their non-nickel counterparts and are packaged in convenient 1-pound bags.

Looking for larger quantities?  This product is also available in a 5-pound bag.

(Based on 4 Reviews)

Price: $13.00

Brand/Manufacturer: Government Issued


Product Code: 900-2000
Reviews / Comments
Best of the Best
"Investment Grade Bullion, Affordable and Royal Canadian Mint craftsmanship."
Jun 03 2012, 17:50 PMby Donald Wotring

Harder and harder to find
"These coins are being sucked out of circulation by the Royal Canadian Mint's alloy recovery program. They will completely disappear just like silver coins have disappeared from general circulation. I keep adding to my collection of pure Canadian nickel."
Mar 10 2009, 17:02 PMby jadedragon

Nickels
"I love the look of 999 nickels. In fact, I just ordered another batch of them. They are hard to get right now because nickel prices are low and most hoarders are reluctant to let go of any of their hoard at these prices. I'm surprised to see them for sale here! BUY NOW!!"
Jul 28 2008, 19:48 PMby David

Great way to profit from Nickel
"Nickel hit $20 lb earlier this year but has backed off since then. I'm sure this is only a very temporary buying opportunity at such low prices. Nickel is a key part of stainless steel and is very much in demand by China, India and other industrializing countries. Canada debased the 5 cent to CuNi then debased it again in 2000 to plated steel. These pure nickel coins are getting very tough to find in the Canadian wild, and the US has never made a pure nickel circulation coin, so grab some while you can. I've been buying a lot of nickel lately."
Jul 25 2008, 00:50 AMby Cameron

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