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Jefferson Nickel error?

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Is there any documented/known legitimate case of a Jefferson Nickel struck with the reverse inverted?

If not, has this ever been seen documented in a fake?

I am looking at an 'interesting' coin that appears to have a date of 1990 and a D mint mark.


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All USA coins are struck with the dies inverted to one another.

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thanks DW. I had finally figured this out but hadn't tried to duck & cover my stupid question yet ;) not just a noob, but a boob! 

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