The price of a 1935 nickel is available online at PCGS.com, NGCCoin.com and CoinStudy.com, as of 2015. The two former sites price only mint and proof coins, while Coin Study offers prices of circulated coins. The price for such a nickel ranges from 46 cents to thousands of dollars.
The coin's rarity affects the value; a Buffalo nickel with a double die on its reverse side is worth considerably more than a normal coin. Additional factors influencing rarity include the mint city.
The coin's condition also determines its value. The Professional Coin Grading Service offers nine frequent grades of 1935 nickels, with 4 as the lowest quality and 67 as the highest. The Numismatic Guaranty Corporation uses the same grading techniques to value coins.