Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Fur13, Nov 21, 2019.
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In order to answer your question of value, we need larger photographs of both sides of the coin.
There's no way to tell what's on the obverse without taking it out,
and looking it at and photographing it.
It feels smooth because the packaging is thick enough to make it feel smooth. That isn't any type of mint packaging I'm aware of and if it belonged to secondary marketing company, it was part of a set that has now been cut into pieces, thereby ruining the value of said packaging. The only way to determine the value is to remove the coin.
While I agree that it probably isn’t worth much, if the OPs coin is a gem grade full step Jefferson from the 70’s or 80’s it will have significant value. All I can see from that photo is that the reverse detail looks excellent which is why I don’t think it is from the 50’s or 60’s. The relief of the reverse looks to high to be from the late 90’s or after.
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