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1964 Jefferson Nickel Seems Satin Or Somethibg

 
 
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I've seen that sort of "mushiness in a lot of '64 Jeffersons. Very weak strike and this one may even be an impaired proof.
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Not satin , just a normal Nickel .
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The rims and strike are not proof level. Just a normal example of a very common nickel.
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