2004-P 5 Cent Jefferson Nickel DDO NGC MS63 - 100 Greatest Coins

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Add This Top 100 Modern Coin to Your Collection Now!

Noted numismatist Jeff Garret defines "Modern Coins" as those struck from 1964 onward. It's not an arbitrary date, for in 1964 U.S. circulating coinage changed forever with the mint striking our last 90% silver "pocket change." Since then, the mint has struck billions of coins. Mr. Garrett has identified 100 of these issues as among the greatest. Number 85 in Jeff's book, 100 Greatest U.S. Modern Coins, is the 2004-P Double Die Obverse Jefferson Nickel, with a doubled date and motto on the obverse. Coin collectors love double die coins. A 1955 Double Die Cent in uncirculated grade sells for over $2,000! That's why we snapped up this small hoard of 2004 Double Die Nickels graded Mint State-63 (MS63) by Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC). Each has Jeff's hand-signed signature on the label and includes a copy of his book. Here's your chance to add this modern error to your collection. Don't wait. You may never see one again.

Year of Issue 2004
Country United States
Composition Nickel
Condition Graded
Grade MS63
Pedigree 100 Greatest US Modern Coins, Garrett Signed
Denomination 0.05
Currency Type Dollar
Mint Name Philadelphia - P, U.S. Mint