Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Vincent Pishione, Jun 30, 2020 at 12:18 PM.
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Welcome to coin talk. This is a common date, circulated Jefferson Nickel with a mintage of 1,028,622,762. Even in Uncirculated, MS-60 state it might be worth
25 cents. No not worth sending in for grading.
@Vincent Pishione. That is a nice 1964 Jefferson nickel for having been in circulation for 56 years, but like already mentioned, the steps are only used in uncirculated business strike coins, so not worth sending it in.
https://jeffersonnickel.org/full-steps-jefferson-nickels/#:~:text=Full Steps Jefferson Nickels. “Full Steps” is a,weakness, contact marks, or planchet problems. Full Steps
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@Conder101 is right. There's no way that would grade as high as MS65 (if MS at all). And if anything, I think his estimate on the cost of slabbing is on the conservative side, and may not include invoice fee, insurance, and and shipping both ways. So I wouldn't waste $35-40++ on slabbing a coin that in your best case scenario is going to be worth just a few dollars at most (if even that).
That's not to say you shouldn't appreciate and enjoy it for what it is. It's just not a very good TPG (third-party-grading) candidate, is all.
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