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    PR67 Jefferson Nickel With
    Large Obverse Die Break

    Undated Jefferson Nickel--Obverse Die Break at 4:00--PR67 NGC. Ex: New England Collection. A huge cud affects the obverse between 3 and 5 o'clock, effacing the date and mintmark. The reverse is weakly struck opposite the cud, diagnostic of the error type, since metal was diverted into the obverse die break during the strike. The nickel is the Reverse of 1970 subtype (photographed under Breen-2761) and it has designer's initials and prominent cameo contrast. This combination suggests it is either a 1968-S, 1969-S, or 1970-S.
    From The New England Collection of Error Coins.


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    August, 2010
    11th-15th Wednesday-Sunday
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