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    1945-P Jefferson Nickel on a Dime Planchet

    1945-P 5C Jefferson Nickel--Struck on a Dime Planchet--MS64 PCGS. This issue was intended to be struck on the wartime composition blanks of partial silver, but this example was struck on a dime planchet. Just enough of the date remains on the flan to permit positive identification. Of course the large P mintmark on the reverse narrows the available choices to a four-year span. Fully brilliant and lustrous with frosty silver surfaces.
    From The Bellaire Collection, Part Two.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 22TX, PCGS# 4025)


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    April, 2006
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