What a nickel greaser

Discussion in 'Coin Roll Hunting' started by LuckyCoin, Sep 26, 2020.

  1. LuckyCoin

    LuckyCoin HappyHunting

    Hello everybody hope all are doing well. What a disaster of a year for trying 2 get coins. Thank God i had some customer bank rolls i had saved for a rainy day.
    Found this 1972 D Jefferson i def know its seen its better days but wow the reverse was so interesting to me. Maybe im just enjoying the coin hunting so much that this 1 caught my eye. Pretty sure alot of it is plain ware n tear. To me it still looks like it had a good chunk of grease cause you cant even see any of the Five Cent letters.
    Well thank you for stopping in and please give any feed back on any opinion of this coin.... not sure why but for now im keeping it lol.
     

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  3. lordmarcovan

    lordmarcovan Eclectic & avid numismatist Moderator

    Nope, just really heavily worn and abraded. Mildly interesting in the "lowball" sense, because of the really heavy wear on such a relatively modern coin, but it's just one that's been around- a lot - and has the scars to show for it.

    That one's so worn out it's actually kinda cool, in a weird way.
     
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  4. LuckyCoin

    LuckyCoin HappyHunting

    Thats y i kept coming back to it lol see im very happy 2see im not the only 1 that can even appreciate a worn coin...it just has character
     
  5. lordmarcovan

    lordmarcovan Eclectic & avid numismatist Moderator

    Yes. "Character", indeed. It does have that. You'll never get more than a nickel out of it, but it's neat looking, nonetheless.
     
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  6. LuckyCoin

    LuckyCoin HappyHunting

    Def i didnt get in2 this 2 get rich lol just 2 have fun and 2 just always say maybe this next coin could be the one =)
     
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