India, Kushan Empire. Vima Kadphises, Circa AD 113-127, Gold Double Dinar: 15.93 gm, 24 mm, 12 h, Baktria Mint, graded EF by CNG. Photo courtesy of CNG. This coin recently sold in the CNG Auction 112, Lot 404, for $18,880.00 (including the buyers premium) with an estimate of $20,000.00. This Jefferson nickel is the highest graded coin of its date and mint mark with a census population of 1. Photo courtesy of PCGS. It has a PCGS valuation of $20,000.00, and is currently being offered for auction by G.C. with an opening bid of $25,000.00. Here are some thoughts to consider. It's entirely possible that a large hoard of Kushan gold coins like the one pictured above could be discovered, drastically dropping the value of of this coin. On the other hand, 37,158,000 Jefferson nickels dated 1945-D were struck, and it's entirely possible that some collector could have original unopened rolls of these nickels with some coins equal or superior to this coin, drastically dropping the value of this coin. There's no doubt in my mind which coin would make a better investment. What do you think ?