Uhhh. What's the problem here? Are u guys saying this is a bad deal? I like eBay coin deals. Being a 'Pebble of the Community', I think I need to weigh in on this. Help shed some light if you will (my research is paying off). What I see is a bargain.
1. Has the sought after 1FS feature (one Full Step). I see no breaks.
2. Toning is good. Shades of diaper yellowish tones, with subtle green Verdigris and PVC accents. Magnificent really.
3. The probably mistaken wear on Jefferson's head, is actually the (BSV) Balding strike version, to commemorate his later years if I'm not mistaken (The U.S. Mint should have designated this version a Commemorative coin to avoid confusion...why we are here I'm guessing). Only 96 million were struck. Another rare collector favorite.
4. 1939 low relief Jefferson's are also sought after. This sample, being almost no relief, makes it more valuable. Often mistaken for a worn worthless piece of nickel and copper. Just sayin.
5. There is clear evidence that this Nickel was also struck on, are you all sitting?......a Nickel Planchet! Unreal. What a find.
6. Evidence of extreme handing/circulation, validating its popularity. Hence, Collector desirability.
7. Also, if that were not enough, though offensive to some, the confirmed attribution of the 1939 IIBA error, regarding the very evident west of the nostrils 'Boogie Anomaly', is the game changer. I may have to pull the trigger on that note.
8. Lastly, the blue background? Are u kidding? If that's thrown in, this deal is done. "Where's my Payal security key"?
9. Add that this seller has (O) Feedback, Outstanding feedback. So what can go wrong? We Pebbles are capable of contributing. Be encouraged my fellow Pebbles!
Any other questions? I'm here for whoever. Remember....."No nickel left behind".
And of course....thanks T-Bop for bringing this gem to our attention, not buying it, and giving we pebbles a chance to acquire a quality specimen for our fledgling collections.
Always looking out for the Troops.
Oh...there's my glasses.