2022D Jefferson Nickel Error?

Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Kim Marino, Oct 1, 2022.

  1. Kim Marino

    Kim Marino Member

    Hi, I found this nickel in a roll from the bank and wanted to get thoughts on if this is an error or what?
    First, there is no rim and the coin appears to have a different finish than the other nickels, like a proof finish.
    It also appears to be a little smaller than the other nickels but still a little bigger than a penny.
    On the Reverse side, nothing but a very small part of the building is visible.

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  3. Abramthegreat

    Abramthegreat Well-Known Member

    First off, Welcome to CT! :) Second, sorry to say, but this is PMD (Post Mint Damage). It may be a magician's coin...
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  4. Kim Marino

    Kim Marino Member

    Thank you for the warm welcome:) I always find the strangest things and none ever of any value:(. Thanks for the information.
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  5. Abramthegreat

    Abramthegreat Well-Known Member

    Keep looking, you will find something eventually... But don't forget, keep what interests YOU, don't let others tell you what or what not to keep.
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  6. SensibleSal66

    SensibleSal66 U.S Casual Collector / Error Collector

    Welcome to Cointalk!
  7. expat

    expat Remember you are unique, just like everyone else Supporter

    Hi and welcome to CT. It is possible that the reverse was ground away and polished, the rim removed, and then encased in a bezel for use as a necklace, ring etc
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  8. Collecting Nut

    Collecting Nut Borderline Hoarder

    Sorry but it’s damaged. Welcome to CT.
  9. jfreakofkorn

    jfreakofkorn Well-Known Member

    Greeting(s) to the party . . .
  10. Kim Marino

    Kim Marino Member

    thank you!
  11. tommyc03

    tommyc03 Senior Member

    @Kim Marino On the newer nickels, the most obvious places for errors are at "Liberty" on the obverse, which tends to have die chips at the "e". And most doubled dies will occur in the reverse main doorway or in the triangle above the doorway. Not much else is usually going on with these beside this.
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  12. Kim Marino

    Kim Marino Member

    thank you!
  13. Kim Marino

    Kim Marino Member

    Interesting…. I had no idea. Thanks!
  14. Kim Marino

    Kim Marino Member

    Thank you!
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