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Originally Posted by jb4gpo Greetings an Happy Holidaysí
I've been fortunate collecting in the Jefferson nickel series.Here is where I'd love to have the new beginner feel what I've felt in collecting Jeffersons, the many ways to collect here.
From the Buffalo/Jefferson Red Book reading about our original designer Felix Schlag, his struggles back in 1938' in the making of this nickel. Delving into it even further it will offer you alot of history with a variety of interesting topics to choose from.
Originally Posted by Blaubart Welcome Jim!
That's a magnificent collection you've assembled.
FELIX SCHLAG'S JEFFERSONS!
It was "The Official Red Book", where I stumbled across a (Bio) of one of Americas Greatest Designers,(Felix Oscar Schlag). What brought my attention in collecting Jefferson nickels was Felix's Life History with his relentess Determination of creating the winning design.This Jefferson Series is so diverse, with so many ways to collect/ I wanted to get a "Little of Everything".
Hello To All,
I recently purchased a 1969-D Jefferson which has over half the steps on it!
Seller claims 4+Steps! Seeing as how it would be almost impossible to find in a True Full Five Step, I grabbed it! I know Pcgs an Ngc wouldn't even consider putting almost fs on their holders. So I called in to Anacs, they only put 5 or more steps on the Label-holder. Didn't want ICG,I had terrible business' with them in the past/So , I called in to SEGS , the lady said no
1945 Raw Jeff_FS_Gem-Pic7.jpg1945 Raw Jeff_FS_Gem-Pic6.jpg45-S-1.jpg45-S-2.jpg Originally Posted by chasindreams Hello to all ! It's been awhile since I last-posted, so I wanted to stop by an' show
you my latest find. I'm hoping you enjoy this...
1945-S Jefferson/MS>(?) Full-steps
I'm thinking of sending this coin in, and get it slabbed? which Grading Service would
benefit me the most, Pcgs or Ngc ? I've studied this with my loupe (10x17 mm) and its'