1964-D Jefferson Nickel

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  1. MCPark82

    MCPark82 Active Member

    A34FDA3E-B13C-41D6-8D40-36A7D78ADA34.jpeg D22B9F2E-C12D-461F-9226-99F565AC3360.jpeg Looks like some possible doubling on the obverse in the date and maybe other places. Probably just die deterioration tho right?
     
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  3. Lawtoad

    Lawtoad Well-Known Member

    Looking at the wavy flow marks, I say Die Deterioration Doubling.
     
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  4. Paddy54

    Paddy54 Variety Collector

    The 1964 Jefferson nickel was one of the hightest in the history of the U.S . mint....so no matter P or D they were struck til the dies exploded...so yes die deteration
     
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  5. MCPark82

    MCPark82 Active Member

    Interesting... thanks!
     
  6. furryfrog02

    furryfrog02 Well-Known Member

    orange peel. classic die deterioration.
     
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  7. Paddy54

    Paddy54 Variety Collector

    Try and find a FS 1964 P Or D nickel.
     
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  8. Kevin Mader

    Kevin Mader Fellow Coin Enthusiast

    For the date/mm, there is a better chance of a DDR than a DDO. Here's a link:https://www2.briansvarietycoins.com/listings/cat/37

    Because of the die deterioration and the slightly out-of-focus photos, it's hard to say what you have there. Likely just a normal Jefferson nickel. But have a look and check for the markers. Good luck!!
     
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    Collecting Nut Borderline Hoarder

  10. MCPark82

    MCPark82 Active Member

    Yea I was looking on there but the markers are so tiny I can’t tell if they’re there or not. I feel like most of the time you need a nearly perfect coin to be able to spot the little gouges and whatnot.
     
  11. Kevin Mader

    Kevin Mader Fellow Coin Enthusiast

    Some markers are better than others. When relying on light die scratches in the fields, these tend to get obliterated on circulated coins. But sometimes not. So finding potential doubling and then matching the markers for the die state allow for IDing the coin for attribution. NOTE: folks tend to be bothered by the 1964/1964D Jefferson nickels. So darned many of them. But there are a bunch of doubled dies for the date/mm, so great opportunity to find one. Also, because there are so many, finding them in AU/BU condition in circulation is a good possibility. I've found dozens of doubled dies that way for this date and others on coins many collectors consider bothersome. So keep at it...you'll find them too.
     
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