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War Time Nickels, Eisenhower Dollars & Other Junk Silver Coins
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i definitely noticed that too, but actually the ones that look goldish are the dirtier, junkier ones. the other mirror-like silver-looking ones (like the 1942 P i picked up) are super fine quality, like prestine. anytime the coin shop guy lets me dig through the bags i always take my time and manage to find a few that are in amazing condition. i don’t generally care about the numismatic value, but i’ll get the best-looking coin if they’re all the same price!!
nice pickup, ill be heading to my coin store soon to see whats in stock. is it the camera or lighting, or do some of those nickels have a slightly gold coloring?
Mint mark on 35% silver war time nickels are all above the Monticello. The non-silver 1942s (early production) do not have the mark over the dome
It’s my understanding that the mint mark on the war nickels only applies to the 1942 date. ’43-’45 are all 35% silver.
Nice score. Those Eisenhowers look really nice.
Check out coinflation(dot)com. It’ll show you the melt values of all US and Canadian coins.
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