OLD NICKELS FROM WW2 & HENNING ERA

Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Alexander Sanchez, Dec 7, 2019.

  1. Alexander Sanchez

    Alexander Sanchez Active Member

    Some of the diameters from some of hese coins seem very odd......

    Do you guys see anything from Henning on here.....? I think 1939P no mint mark coin might be one.
    1943P WAR
    Width:1.4MM
    Length:20.7MM
    Weight:4.8 grams
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    1944S WAR
    Width:1.6Mm
    Length:21MM
    Weight:4.8 grams
    NICKLE [​IMG] [​IMG]

    1939 P Jefferson Nickle
    Length:20.5MM
    Width:1.5MM
    Weight:4.7 grams
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    1940D Nickle
    Length:20.8MM
    Width:1.6MM
    Weight:4.9 grams

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    1940P Nickle
    Length:20.8MM
    Width:1.6MM
    Weight:4.9 grams

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  3. TheFinn

    TheFinn Well-Known Member

    Just worn nickels. The first is environmentally damaged.
     
  4. royster

    royster southroy Supporter

    That's just a used up coin with as mentioned environmental damage, degradation. I really think these coins are cool i have a full set PCGS MS-65 and im looking to up grade they are readily available. Most of mine are blast white and some have a golden tone. Coins are fascinating and ya gotta love the history!
     
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