damage but 1939 s Nickel is awesome fun find
detached lamination error, here is a website that can help you with this and other type of errors. Cool findhttp://www.error-ref.com/?s=lamination
Hard to tell with the pics but I believe you have a winner.
I haven't had rum for a while, had to quit drinking:(
Had a long dry spell on anything fancy this is as close ive got recently[ATTACH]
Sorry but with the pics provided it just looks like a normal 1968 Lincoln cent.
awe come on I wanna guess
I'll say 1968
AU not full step
looks like a lamination error to me
Very nice find, I always loved pulling nice key dates out of circulation.:happy:
It's been a while since I have received a proof coin in change but I love when I do. I can't tell is this clad or silver?
I remember watching Dennis the Menace but it has been years since I have, I do remember something about Dennis spending Mr. Wilson's nickel but it...
I tried to come up with an idea of survival rating and was not even in the same ball park as you:)
I think Jefferson nickels get little love by most:arghh: let them keep feeding the 38 D and S into circulation lol heck I'll take the 39 S also:happy:
wow you record the date and where you find something, awesome:)
sadly it looks like artificial toning, toning is one of those things that it only makes a difference if the coin is very old and it has natural toning
sorry but your coin is damaged I can see it the scratch through the C of America, it distorts the metal
Just so ya'll know this is just for fun post
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