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Jefferson Nickels (1938-Date) (Certified)

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1963 Jefferson Nickel MS-67 NGC (FS)
1963 Jefferson Nickel MS-67 NGC (FS)
$4,719.00
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Grade Mintage Population
175,776,000 15
1959 Jefferson Nickel PF-69 NGC
1959 Jefferson Nickel PF-69 NGC
$84.99
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Grade Mintage Population
1,149,291 781
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1958 Jefferson Nickel MS-66 NGC (FS)
1958 Jefferson Nickel MS-66 NGC (FS)
$939.00
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Grade Mintage Population
17,088,000 19
1958 Jefferson Nickel PF-69 NGC
1958 Jefferson Nickel PF-69 NGC
$59.99
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Grade Mintage Population
875,652 990
1957-D Jefferson Nickel MS-67 NGC
1957-D Jefferson Nickel MS-67 NGC
$239.99
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Grade Mintage Population
136,828,900 44
1956 Jefferson Nickel PF-69 NGC
1956 Jefferson Nickel PF-69 NGC
$159.99
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Grade Mintage Population
669,384 1,077
1955 Jefferson Nickel PF-69 NGC
1955 Jefferson Nickel PF-69 NGC
$129.99
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Grade Mintage Population
378,200 1,443
New
1954-S Jefferson Nickel MS-67 NGC
1954-S Jefferson Nickel MS-67 NGC
$489.99
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Grade Mintage Population
29,384,000 41
New
1952 Jefferson Nickel PF-69 NGC
1952 Jefferson Nickel PF-69 NGC
$424.99
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Grade Mintage Population
81,980 191
1948-D Jefferson Nickel MS-66 PCGS
1948-D Jefferson Nickel MS-66 PCGS
$369.99
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Grade Mintage Population
44,734,000 701
1948-D Jefferson Nickel MS-67 NGC
1948-D Jefferson Nickel MS-67 NGC
$339.99
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Grade Mintage Population
44,734,000 145
1944-D Jefferson Nickel MS-67 NGC
1944-D Jefferson Nickel MS-67 NGC
$214.99
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Grade Mintage Population
32,309,000 2,043
1943-P Jefferson Nickel MS-66 PCGS
1943-P Jefferson Nickel MS-66 PCGS
$49.99
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Grade Mintage Population
0 271,165,000 2,769
1943-D Jefferson Nickel MS-66 PCGS
1943-D Jefferson Nickel MS-66 PCGS
$39.99
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Grade Mintage Population
0 15,294,000 2,268

Jefferson Nickels

APMEX offers a superb selection of certified Jefferson Nickels. Released in 1938, the Jefferson Nickel is the only current U.S. coin to be made in its original composition. Honoring Thomas Jefferson, the country’s third president, the Jefferson nickel is a familiar coin to many generations of Americans. In 1938 Felix Schlag designed the Jefferson nickel and won $1,000 for his efforts. His effort was selected over the submissions of 390 other artists. During World War II, the composition of the coins was changed to copper, Silver and manganese so that nickel could be used to satisfy the demands for war materials.
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