Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by coooooooooooooins, Feb 24, 2018.
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Are there any hairlines from a pocket? or a cleaning?
I would like to grade your 1988 P Nickel.. but you are showing us a 1986 P
The slightly blurry focus of the reverse photo makes that difficult, but in any event, I'm not the person you wanna ask on grading AU-MS Jefferson nickels.
That looks like it could be MS63-ish... or an AU55-58 "slider". It's hard for me to say, based on those pictures. (And might, I confess, be hard for me even with the coin in hand.)
5 cents. 1986 AU-58
No offense but coins like this don't need grades, either put it in an album or spend it. It will still be worth 5 cents in 20 years. They made over half a billion of these coins. And yes, technically if it is MS it has value, but a dealer isn't buying it.
Have anything interesting?
Well I have two buffalo nickels.one war nickel and a above ms 1960 penny
No offense but there’s nothing with asking this question. You’re right...this coin won’t ever have any value but that doesn’t mean it can’t be a good tool to be used to learn from.
the have anything interesting part
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