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    Double Struck 1984-P Nickel, MS64
    Struck on a Dime Blank

    1984-P 5C Jefferson Nickel--Double Struck on a Clad Dime Blank--MS64 NGC. Ex: New England Collection. 2.3 gm. The first strike is slightly uncentered toward 10 o'clock, with UNITED STATES OF off the flan. The second strike is approximately 60% off center toward 7 o'clock and is located at 9 o'clock relative to the first strike. The date and mintmark of the first strike are visible. The red and gray bands of the clad alloy are visible within the holder when it is rotated. Lustrous with light tan-gold toning.
    From The New England Collection of Error Coins.


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