Green’s Dictionary of Slang

one n.2

(orig. US) nothing, not a single one, usu. with qualifying negative, e.g. He won’t get dime one out of me etc.

[US]Z.N. Hurston ‘Story in Harlem Sl.’ in Novels and Stories (1995) 1003: You ain’t got de first thin. You ain’t got nickel one.
[US]N. Algren Walk on the Wild Side 196: Girls with pride and girls with none, those who had saved and those without Penny One.
[US]Murtagh & Harris Who Live In Shadow (1960) 53: Look, you puny policemen, you can try stretching my noodle from here to kingdom come but you ain’t gwine get word one out’n my mouth.
[US]J. Thompson Texas by the Tail (1994) 95: I discovered that what he had was hardly dime one.
[US]G.V. Higgins Cogan’s Trade (1975) 74: I don’t owe nickel one on this car.
[US]L. Heinemann Paco’s Story (1987) 83: Russell [...] would not tell Paco word one about work if he did hear.
[US]J. Ridley Everybody Smokes in Hell 147: Took my gas, ate my food, and didn’t have dime one to pay for it.
[US]J. Ridley What Fire Cannot Burn 319: There was a chance she wouldn’t have gone for word one.
[US]S. King Finders Keepers (2016) 69: Pete didn’t know what that was, and didn’t give Shit One.