1961 D Jefferson Nickel: Coin Value Prices, Price Chart, Coin Photos, Mintage Figures, Coin Melt Value, Metal Composition, Mint Mark Location, Statistics & Facts. Buy & Sell This Coin. This page also shows coins listed for sale so you can buy and sell.
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JEFFERSON NICKEL DOUBLED DIES 1960-1961 ... FS-05-1961-801 (37) Description: Strong spread on E PLURIBUS UNUM, STATES OF AMERICA, and light spread on ED of UNITED, LO of MONTICELLO, and CENTS, increasing Left to Right with triple on RIBUS of PLURIBUS, UNUM, and ERICA of AMERICA. Grade: PR65 ...
Welcome to CCF! This looks like a normal Jefferson nickel to me. Could you please specify where on the coin you are referring to an error? Could you please describe the error? That would help to narrow down pick up points for members here.
1961 Jefferson Nickel. CoinTrackers.com has estimated the 1961 Jefferson Nickel value at an average of 5 cents, one in certified mint state (MS+) could be worth $25.
Would like info on this nickel. Do you think someone started spooning it or could it be damage or errors? I realize it's in rough shape. If you think it was spooned how would the rev. edges be so flattened?
Pricing the 1961 Jefferson Nickel. The first step in gauging a coin’s potential value is identifying its type. In mint year 1961, three different types of this coin were produced. Secondly, you must get a good idea of the coin’s physical condition and how it might be graded by a professional.
1961 WDDO-015 Proof. Description: Class II, Distorted Hub Doubling This variety was formerly listed as WDDO-029. It replaces the original WDDO-015 listing which was delisted because it was a doubled working hub.
This page is dedicated exclusively to the 1961 Jefferson Nickel. You will find a lot of information below such as mintages, specifications, and images. Be sure to visit our Jefferson Nickel Forum if you need help. We also have a Jefferson Nickel Grading Forum to help you establish a grade for your Jefferson Nickel. All forums are completely ...
Finding Rare Nickels - What to Look For. There are not a lot of rare nickels and they are fairly inexpensive, which makes them a great coin series for the beginner or those with a modest budget to collect. You can put together a nice collection without spending a lot of money. In fact, a lot of the Jefferson Nickel series can still be found in circulation.