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The 1952 P Jefferson Nickel

James G. Berline


Finding another like this may never happen to me again.

The designer Betsy Ross, presenting our new flag

to George Washington,from a painting by Charles

Weisberger. On January 1,1952 the U.S.Post Office

issued a stamp to honor and being the 200th anni-

versary of our flag as well.I have a photo in my

listings for your enjoyment.

From the Buffalo and the Jefferson Red Book David

Bowers commented that trying to find any that show

sharp details will definitely take alot searching.

In this decade particularly the early part of the 1950s,

the U.S. Mint could really care less how our nickels

turned out.Most of these this year were poor quality

and were roughly struck.

When I came across this nickel showing a rare gem

condition it really caught my eye,I simply couldnt

pass this up. Trying to find another like this with

beautiful luster and a definite eye appeal may never

happen to me again.


Currently Oct 2013: Only 17 Total in a MS67 that was

Graded thru NGC. PCGS Only 1 at this Grade Level.

No fullsteps at this level in either grading service yet.



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