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Can Someone Help Me Out Please? I Have A 1964 Jefferson Nickel No Scratch M

 
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 Posted 03/28/2020  02:31 am  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add That coin dude to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
What is the issue?
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 Posted 03/28/2020  05:00 am  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add keith12 to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
But it is best to ask a question if you want an answer
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To CCF , I'm sure you want to know about all those scratches . Are you sure it's not the cellophane that the scratches are on . If not then the mint really feel asleep at the wheel when they put together that set .
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Welcome to the forum.
I agree that most of the curved lines are probably on the cellophane wrapper. The straight line on the reverse through the building might be something interesting from the die. Let us know if that is an issue on the wrapper as well.

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Your Title left a lot of info out, so please reply with your questions. Thanks in advance. PP55
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Yes, be more specific if you can.



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Yes it is the cellophane wrapper that makes it looked scratched I'm just mind boggled about what to do to get a buyer. It's in excellent condition it doesn't even have a fingerprint on it
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Thanks for the welcome btw guys I really appreciate it if anybody point me in the right direction.


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 Posted 03/28/2020  7:22 pm  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add lcutler to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
You could try ebay, but it really isn't worth very much. 1964 had a huge mintage of nickels.
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Yes it is the cellophane wrapper that makes it looked scratched I'm just mind boggled about what to do to get a buyer. It's in excellent condition it doesn't even have a fingerprint on it

Well it's a proof coin in original packaging from the Mint . It's not supposed to have any finger prints on it . If you want to sell it take it out of that cellophane carefully and put it into a cardboard 2x2 , airtight or snap-lock . But as mentioned don't expect any more than a couple of Dollars for it .
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If you want to make an omlette, you have to break some eggs. If you want to make money with an uncirculated coin you have to cut the plastic and get a close up look at it. I am assuming it has been wrapped in plastic for over 50 years, a lot can happen. And you should have the 1964D too if you have the original mint set. It could have variety that you will have a better chance to make money on, D/D if it is in your set. For that, you will have to take it out of the plastic.
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looks like a proof coin to me
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