Not FS but pretty nice for 1940

Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Tyler Graton, Apr 20, 2017 at 11:14 PM.

  1. Tyler Graton

    Tyler Graton Active Member

    aside from the yellow mark, this nickel is about the same condition as my 1987 but just a little bit more worn. IMG_0214.JPG IMG_0210.JPG IMG_0213.JPG
     
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  3. Michael K

    Michael K Well-Known Member

    1940 is a very common date for a Jefferson and even in that condition it's not worth more than a dime. That series has a number of key and semi key dates, but the 1940 is usually a spender unless it is AU or above.
     
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  4. Tyler Graton

    Tyler Graton Active Member

    Meh I still like it haha I keep all the older dates no matter what condition but I usually leave the 1964s unless they look as good as this or better. lol I don't have much in my collection or at least I don't think i do
     
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  5. Mad Stax

    Mad Stax Well-Known Member

    Nice, if you don't have one already may I suggest buying Jefferson nickel folders. The series can be completed solely out of circulation and roll hunting with a good amount of luck, and if you complete the majority of it and want to buy the rest to complete the set the key coins are very affordable.
    It's a great starter set if you're new to the coin collecting world and have an interest in 20th century US coins.
     
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