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Jefferson Nickel, 1938-2003 : A Collector’s Guide

What Is the Jefferson Nickel? The Jefferson nickel is a five-cent coin made out of nickel-copper alloy that entered into production in 1938. The design...
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1982-P Jefferson Nickel : A Collector’s Guide

The Jefferson nickel debuted in 1938, replacing the Indian Head or Buffalo nickel in the 25th year of its production run. A design contest...
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Jefferson War Nickel, 1942-1945 : A Collector’s Guide

As the United States converted its industrial might to the war effort, the Federal Government looked closely at its supply of strategic materials. Copper,...
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1940 Jefferson Nickel : A Collector’s Guide

By Charles Morgan and Hubert Walker for CoinWeek Notes .....   1940 Was the Third Year of Production for the Jefferson Nickel The Jefferson Nickel debuted in 1938, replacing the Buffalo Nickel in...
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1971-S Jefferson Nickel : A Collector’s Guide

By late 1970, the Proof Jefferson nickel master dies had become severely worn and lacking fine detail. To correct the issue, the United States...
1944-P Jefferson nickel. Image: CoinWeek / Heritage Auctions.

1944-P Jefferson War Nickel : A Collector’s Guide

Struck against the backdrop of war from an alloy developed to save copper and nickel, the 1944-P Jefferson nickel is one of the most...
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1938-D Jefferson Nickel : History and Value | CoinWeek

The Jefferson nickel’s 1938 debut marked the end of the 25-year production run of the Buffalo nickel. James Earl Fraser’s Buffalo design, a classic...
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1975-D Jefferson Nickel : A Collector’s Guide

The 1975 Jefferson nickel's release marked the first full year that the type coin was issued after the passing of its designer, Felix Oscar...
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1950-D Jefferson Nickel : A Collector’s Guide

The 1950-D Jefferson Nickel Was Promoted as a Key-Date Coin 2,630,030 Jefferson nickels were struck at the Denver Mint in 1950, a coinage that was...
1943-S Jefferson Nickel. Image: CoinWeek.

1943-S Jefferson Nickel : A Collector’s Guide

As with all "war nickels", the 1943-S Jefferson nickel contained the updated wartime alloy of 35% silver, 9% manganese, and 56% copper authorized in...
1938 Jefferson Nickel. Image: CoinWeek.

1938 Jefferson Nickel : A Collector’s Guide

A New Nickel Design Debuts in 1938 The Jefferson nickel debuted in 1938, replacing the Buffalo nickel in the 25th year of its production run....
1969-D Jefferson nickel. Image: CoinWeek.

1969-D Jefferson Nickel : A Collector’s Guide

202,807,500 Jefferson nickels were struck at the Denver Mint in 1969; quite a sum, but a far cry from the 2.8 billion nickels struck...
1964-D Jefferson nickel. Image: CoinWeek.

1964-D Jefferson Nickel : A Collector’s Guide

Mint Scapegoats Collectors for Nationwide Coin Shortage In 1964, United States Mint Director Eva Adams took measures against the coin collecting community for what she...
1964 Jefferson nickel. Image: CoinWeek.

1964 Jefferson Nickel : A Collector’s Guide

The 1964 Jefferson Nickel: Issued at the Height of a National Coin Shortage In the mid-1960s, the United States was in the throes of a...
1982-D Jefferson Nickel. Image: CoinWeek.

1982-D Jefferson Nickel : A Collector’s Guide

Why Are Mint State 1982-D Jefferson Nickels Scarce? The United States Mint took a two-year hiatus from manufacturing Uncirculated Coin Sets starting in 1982, which...

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