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James G. Berline


In 2005 a 'Speared Bison' Denver Nickel Found in Texas!

This created quite a craze back then. This is not considered a variety at all, but it is a great die gouge of modern find. Pcgs calls it a Speared Bison, where Ngc only recognized this as a die gouge, nonetheless- It is still important enough and worthy of attention in the Jefferson Series.

How many may still be out there in rolls? Future Price Values? Will this Die-flawed Bison still grab the attention of new collectors starting their collection? I am sure this has been on the mind of many collectors. As with all US Coinage, only time will tell.

I am content with this one, its a low mintstate, but still shows the spear and I got it at a reasonable cost. The photos are here for your enjoyment...



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