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James G. Berline


B. Nagengast: True Gem full-strikes in this year are getting more difficult to find than the 1946-S-1948-S and 1949-S.

The San Francisco Mint in 1947 produced almost 25 million nickels where the appearance of most coins showed a dull greyish look to them. Sifting thru nickel-rolls can become frustrating at times,however with determined effort your excitement intensifies having finally found one for your collection.

This Jefferson nickel came from my raw-nickel collection,and decided to send it in for grading a few weeks ago.Viewing this in its new Ngc holder- This coin simply rocks!

It makes it all worthwhile and self-rewarding when finally finding one, thats difficult to locate in this condition.This postwar beauty demands attention showing remarkable luster on both-sides of the coin.



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