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Is This 1970 D Nickel An Error? The Outer Rim Is Overlaying The Letters In God We Trust On The Fron

 
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@ray, first welcome to CCF. Second, rather than a mint error, it looks to me like the rim has been folded over a bit over the last 50 years of circulation for this nickel.
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Might have been a small Rim Fin that folded over
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......natural turnover from a coin that has circulated for many years.

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If smaller than a normal nickel, it may have gone through a spin n the dryer. It alters the rims by pushing them inwards.


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to the CCF and just circulation,
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