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1940 Nickel Doubled Die Listings

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1940-D WDDO-001

Description: Class VI, Distended Hub Doubling
Nice Class VI doubling shows only on LIBERTY, the star and the date.  Lesser doubling shows on IN GOD WE TRUST.

Markers:

  • Obv:  Die gouge on back of Jefferson’s head.
  • Rev:  Three die scratches to left of small semicircular window.

Cross Reference:

Submitted by:  Brian A. Ribar

1940-D WDDO-002

Description: Class II + V, Distorted and Pivoted Hub Doubling
Class II and V doubling shows only on IN GOD WE TRUST.

Markers:

  • Obv:  None noted.
  • Rev:  Die scratch above first O of MONTICELLO.

Cross Reference:

Submitted by:  Brian A. Ribar

1940-D WDDO-003

Description: Class II + V, Distorted and Pivoted Hub Doubling
Close Class II and V doubling shows on TRUST and LIBERTY.

Markers: 

  • Obv:  Die scratch through O of GOD.
  • Rev:  Die scratches below UNI of UNITED; slanted die scratch between lower portions of F and I of FIVE.  Possible D/D Northeast.

Cross Reference:  

Submitted by:  Brian A. Ribar

1940-D WDDO-004

Description: Class II, Distorted Hub Doubling
Class II doubling shows only on LIBERTY, the star, the date, and TRUST.

Markers: 

  • Obv:  Wavy die gouge from back of Jefferson's shoulder to numeral 0 of date.
  • Rev:  Die scratch above PLURIBUS; die gouge from lower portions of C and second A of AMERICA; die scratch below D of UNITED to first S of STATES.

Cross Reference:  

Submitted by:  Brian A. Ribar

1940-D WDDR-001

Description: Class II, Distorted Hub Doubling
A close Class II spread shows on E PLURIBUS UNUM, slightly increasing from left to right.

Markers:

  • Obv:  A die gouge (dot) in Jefferson's hair; die scratches across the top of his forehead.
  • Rev:  Two die dots, one below and the other to the lower right of the small left window; small die dot inside lower loop of first S of STATES.

Cross Reference:

Submitted by:  Tony Russo

1940-D WDDR-002

Description: Class II + V, Distorted and Pivoted Hub Doubling
Nice Class V doubling shows on OF AMERICA and CENTS.  Class II doubling shows on UNUM.

Markers:

  • Obv:  Die scratch above the star and 1 of date.
  • Rev:  Die scratch through the large center semicircular window; die scratches below UN of UNITED.

Cross Reference:

Submitted by:  Brian A. Ribar

1940-D WDDR-005

Description: Class II + V, Distorted and Pivoted Hub Doubling
Class II and V doubling shows on AMERICA, CENTS and LLO of MONTICELLO.  Class II doubling shows on E PLURIBUS UNUM.

Markers: 

  • Obv:  Die dot between and below D of GOD and W of WE.
  • Rev:  Light die scratch extending north from right side of small right window.

Cross Reference:  

Submitted by:  Brian A. Ribar

1940-S WDDO-001

Description: Class V, Pivoted Hub Doubling
A Class V spread shows on LIBERTY, the star, and the date.  A very close spread shows on IN GOD WE TRUST.

Markers:

  • Obv:  Die scratch through IN; die scratch near rim above LIBERTY; die dot on back of Jefferson's head; die gouges below bust.
  • Rev:  Die scratch from right side of building to M of UNUM; die scratches in field to right of dome above roof.

Cross Reference:

Submitted by:  A. B. Moy

1940-S WDDR-001

Description: Class V, Pivoted Hub Doubling
Class V doubling shows on FIVE CENTS and MO...LLO of MONTICELLO.

Markers:

  • Obv:  Die chip in upper portion of 4 of date.
  • Rev:  Die scratch near rim below ER of AMERICA; die gouge above E of E PLURIBUS UNUM.

Cross Reference:

Submitted by:  Brian A. Ribar

1940-S WDDR-002

Description: Class II, Distorted Hub Doubling
Class II doubling shows on UNUM and CENTS.

Markers:

  • Obv:  Die crack at top of Jefferson's head; die scratches at upper back of his head.
  • Rev:  Die scratches in and above left arch; die scratch below M of MONTICELLO.

Cross Reference:

Submitted by:  Brian A. Ribar

1940-S WDDR-003

Description: Class II, Distorted Hub Doubling
Class II doubling shows on FIVE CENTS and LLO of MONTICELLO.

Markers:

  • Obv:  Series of die gouges in Jefferson's hair at top of his head and just above his forehead.
  • Rev:  Heavy die scratches above right side of building; two slanted die scratches between L and L of MONTICELLO.

Cross Reference:

Submitted by:  Brian A. Ribar

1940-S WDDR-004

Description: Class II, Distorted Hub Doubling
Class II doubling shows on FIVE CENTS and LLO of MONTICELLO.  Slight doubling shows on E PLURIBUS UNUM.

Markers:

  • Obv:  Die chip in upper portion of 4 of date.
  • Rev:  Small die dot above right side of building.

Cross Reference:

Submitted by:  Brian A. Ribar

1940-S WDDR-006

Description: Class II, Distorted Hub Doubling
Class II doubling shows on FIVE CENTS, AMERICA, and LLO of MONTICELLO.

Markers: 

  • Obv:  Die scratch above IN GOD WE; die chip in numeral 4 of date.
  • Rev:  Die dot to lower left of S of CENTS.

Cross Reference:  

Submitted by:  Brian A. Ribar

1940-S WDDR-009

Description: Class II, Distorted Hub Doubling
Very close Class II doubling shows on FIVE CENTS.

Markers: 

  • Obv:  Slanted die scratch below R of LIBERTY.
  • Rev:  Die gouge above top of dome; series of die scratches between letters I, V and E of FIVE; light die crack between E and P of E PLURIBUS UNUM; series of slanted die scratches below NU of UNUM.

Cross Reference:  

Submitted by:  Robert S. Lahti

1940 WDDO-001

Description: Class IV, Offset Hub Doubling
A nice spread shows only on the central design elements.  Doubling shows on the back of Jefferson’s head, his eyelid and the front of his collar.

Markers:

  • Obv:  Two die scratches protruding northeast from back of Jefferson’s head; strong die gouge above second T of TRUST.
  • Rev:  Strong almost horizontal die scratch through upper half of E of EPU; strong almost horizontal die gouge from left lower tip of first T of STATES; J-shaped die gouge from lower left base of building.

Cross Reference:

Submitted by:  A. B. Moy

1940 WDDO-002 "Best Of" Nickel Doubled Die Varieties

Description: Class VI, Distended Hub Doubling     "Best Of" Nickel Doubled Die Varieties
An extremely strong extra thickness spread toward the center shows on IN GOD WE TRUST,  the upper hair details, LIBERTY, the star and the date.

Markers:

  • Obv:  Very short die gouge north from the upper right of D of GOD.
  • Rev:  Very short die gouge south from the lower left of the second O of MONTICELLO.

Cross Reference:

Submitted by:  Ken Chylinski

1940 WDDO-003

Description: Class V, Pivoted Hub Doubling
Class V doubling shows on LIBERTY, the star and the date.

Markers:

  • Obv:  Strong die gouge through RU of TRUST; die gouge from Jefferson's head toward rim at 11:00.
  • Rev:  Listed as 1940 5c WDDR-001.

Cross Reference:

Submitted by:  Whaden Curtis

1940 WDDO-004 Proof

Description: Class II, Distorted Hub Doubling
Very close Class II doubling shows on IN GOD WE TRUST.  Coin examined is NGC Pr 65.

Markers: 

  • Obv:  Series of die scratches on Jefferson's shoulder; two small die dots in his hair to upper right of forehead.
  • Rev:  Series of horizontal die scratches through right long window; series of curving die scratches to lower right of large center semicircular window.

Cross Reference:  

Submitted by:  Mike Sowell

1940 WDDR-001

Description: Class II, Distorted Hub Doubling
Very close Class II doubling shows on UNUM.

Markers:

  • Obv:  Listed as 1940 5c WDDO-003.
  • Rev:  Die scratches above second O of MONTICELLO.

Cross Reference:

Submitted by:  Whaden Curtis

1940 WDDR-002

Description: Class II + VI, Distorted and Distended Hub Doubling
Nice Class II and Class VI doubling shows on E PLURIBUS UNUM.  Lesser doubling shows on UNITED STATES OF AMERICA and FIVE CENTS.

Markers:

  • Obv:  Die gouges on Jefferson's nose.
  • Rev:  Die scratches below P of PLURIBUS; die gouges through NIT of UNITED.

Cross Reference:

Submitted by:  Whaden Curtis

1940 WDDR-004 Proof

Description: Class II, Distorted Hub Doubling
A close Class II spread shows on E PLURIBUS UNUM.  Has reverse of 1938 steps (wavy).

Markers:

  • Obv:  Numerous die scratches on lower queue running in a mostly N/S direction; numerous die scratches on lower bust running in a mostly WSW/ENE direction; rotational die scratches on Jefferson's face, cheek, hair and collar.
  • Rev:  A small die gouge (dot) inside lower part of small left window; curving die scratch running SW/NE to left of semicircular window above center two columns; short diagonal die gouge to the right of the lower part of column #1; small die gouges below column #2; die scratches twist mostly N/S between two right windows; die scratch runs NNE from upper left of building to rim.

Cross Reference:   FS-05-1940-901 (024), Breen #2670

Submitted by:  Joe Koelling

1940 WDDR-005

Description: Class II, Distorted Hub Doubling
Class II doubling shows on E PLURIBUS UNUM, increasing from left to right.  Very nice doubling shows on the right side of the building and LO of MONTICELLO.

Markers:

  • Obv:  Die gouge on front portion of Jefferson's collar.
  • Rev:  Die scratch near rim above and to right of M of UNUM.

Cross Reference:

Submitted by:  Brian A. Ribar

1940 WDDR-006

Description: Class II, Distorted Hub Doubling
Class II doubling shows on E PLURIBUS UNUM, increasing from left to right.

Markers:

  • Obv:  None noted.
  • Rev:  Die scratch above right porch; short die scratch above right side of small right window.

Cross Reference:

Submitted by:  Brian A. Ribar

1940 WDDR-007

Class II + VI, Distorted and Distended Hub Doubling
Class II and Class VI doubling shows on E PLURIBUS UNUM.  Tripling shows on UNITED STATES OF AMERICA and FIVE CENTS.

Markers:

  • Obv:  Die scratches on Jefferson's nose.
  • Rev:  Die gouges through LU of PLURIBUS; die gouge between lower portion of F of OF and first A of AMERICA.

Cross Reference:

Submitted by:  Brian A. Ribar

1940 WDDR-008

Description: Class II + V, Distorted and Pivoted Hub Doubling
Class V doubling shows on OF AMERICA.  Class II doubling shows on UNUM. 

Markers: 

  • Obv:  Die scratch between W and E of WE.
  • Rev:  Die scratches below STATES and AMERICA.

Cross Reference:  

Submitted by:  Brian A. Ribar

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1995 d nickel full steps

Users are strongly encouraged to seek multiple sources of pricing before making a final determination of value. 1982-D Jefferson Nickel or Best Offer. 1965 SMS Jefferson Nickel Jefferson Nickel No mint mark for 1965, 1966 and 1967. © Copyright 2021 CDN Publishing, LLC. 1940-S Jefferson Nickel 1945-S Jefferson Nickel 1943-P Double eye Jefferson Nickel 1953 Jefferson Nickel The letters FS stand for Full Steps. 1975-S Jefferson Nickel 2014-P Jefferson Nickel 1964 Jefferson Nickel 1990-S Jefferson Nickel 2007-S Jefferson Nickel 1962-D Jefferson Nickel In order to receive the designation, there must be no disturbance of the […] 1984-P Jefferson Nickel 2010-D Jefferson Nickel 1981-S Type 2 Flat S Jefferson Nickel 1938 thru 1989 = 5 full steps 1990 to date = 6 full steps Coin with the "S" mintmark from 1968-1970 were made for circulation, while coins for that were only made for proof sets. 1989-S Jefferson Nickel 1957-D Jefferson Nickel 1951 Jefferson Nickel PO Box 10909. 2009-D Satin Finish Jefferson Nickel 1954-S/D Jefferson Nickel This is the grading company’s way of showing that this coin has an exceptional strike. Classic Head Large Cent I agree to some extent with you T-BOP and I collected some nickels with well struck steps on AU coins that are unusual issues found with full steps in MS. 1951-S Jefferson Nickel 1980-S Jefferson Nickel 1995-D Jefferson Nickel value depends on the condition, grade and if the steps are fully struck on the building (Full Steps), referred to as FS, but FS is rare and most examples don’t have that strong of a strike. After 1967 all S mint strikes are proof coins except where otherwise noted. 1947-P Jefferson Nickel Price guides offer values loosely based on coins already graded or encapsulated by PCGS and NGC, and rarely sample the values of raw, common and circulated coins. 1986-D Jefferson Nickel 1997-P Matte Jefferson Nickel Buy & Sell This Coin. View Coin: Nickel Struck on Copper Planchet: United States 5C 1995 P STRUCK ON A COPPER PLANCHET (2.0 g) UNIFACE REVERSE NGC MINT ERROR UNC Details Price movement is indicated for price changes in the last 30 days. 1997-P Jefferson Nickel The coin in the photos is the one you will receive. They even have a web site. 1939-D Jefferson Nickel 1942 Jefferson Nickel 1971-D Jefferson Nickel 2009-S Jefferson Nickel Seated Liberty Half Dime, Draped Bust Dime The 1960-D does not have a single coin certified with full steps, and PCGS has only graded a few 1961-D as having full steps. Seated Liberty Half Dollar 1987-S Jefferson Nickel 2014-P Satin Finish Jefferson Nickel “Full Steps” is a grading designation used for circulation strike Jefferson Nickels which have at least five full steps visible at the base of Monticello on the reverse. Bluesheet (NGC & PCGS) prices represent the highest sight-unseen offers to buy on dealer networks like CDN Exchange. 1961 Proof Jefferson Nickel 1986-P Jefferson Nickel In MS-65 with Full Step designation, the 1988 D Jefferson Nickel is valued at $27. 2006-P Satin Finish Jefferson Nickel I don't think a TPG will assign a FS grade on a circulated Jefferson nickel though. 2006-D Satin Finish Jefferson Nickel 1941 Jefferson Nickel 2001-S Jefferson Nickel Will's Coin Cache. 2012-P Jefferson Nickel Commemorative Coins Weight: 5 grams Indian Head Small Cent 1980-P Jefferson Nickel 1995-D Jefferson Nickel Type: Jefferson Nickel. 1997-D Jefferson Nickel 2000-S Jefferson Nickel 1973-S Jefferson Nickel 1967 Jefferson Nickel 1961-D Jefferson Nickel 1993-D Jefferson Nickel 1992-S Jefferson Nickel 1948-P Jefferson Nickel 1957 Jefferson Nickel 1943-P Jefferson Nickel 1939 Jefferson Nickel 1972-S Jefferson Nickel 2005-P American Bison Jefferson Nickel Five Full Steps, Deep Prooflike: Jefferson Nickels Only: 5FS: 5FS: Five Full Steps: Jefferson Nickels Only: 5PL: 5FS PL: Five Full Steps, Prooflike: Jefferson Nickels Only: 6DP: 6FS DPL: Six Full Steps, Deep Prooflike: Jefferson Nickels Only: 6FS: 6FS: Six Full Steps Jefferson Nickels Only: Jefferson Nickels Only: 6PL: 6FS PL: Six Full Steps, Prooflike: Jefferson Nickels … Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for 1995-D 5C FS Jefferson Nickel (Full Steps) BU at the best online prices at eBay! Lots of good hard to come by info. No proofs 1965-67 but were SMS or Special Mint Set Strikes 1994-P Jefferson Nickel 1981-S Type 1 Filled S Jefferson Nickel Check out our 1995 nickel selection for the very best in unique or custom, handmade pieces from our coins & money shops. 1952-S Jefferson Nickel 2016-D Satin Finish Jefferson Nickel "FS" is the Full Steps designation from PCGS referring to the cleary visible steps of Monticello. CPG® prices represent retail levels. 1942 through 1945 the mint mark was on the reverse for the only silver nickels during the War-Time. 1939 Double Monticello Jefferson Nickel $849.00. 1993-P Jefferson Nickel 1978-S Jefferson Nickel 1992-D Jefferson Nickel 1983-D Jefferson Nickel 2003-S Jefferson Nickel 1939 Reverse of 38′ Jefferson Nickel 1988-S Jefferson Nickel Edge: Plain Seated Liberty Quarter 1975-D Jefferson Nickel Thank you for looking. 1960-D & 1961-D. We group these two coins under the same heading because they have one thing in common: they are virtually unknown with full steps. 2005-S Ocean In View Jefferson Nickel 1971-S Jefferson Nickel What Is A Full Steps Nickel? 2004-S Keel Boat Jefferson Nickel 1987-P Jefferson Nickel 1978-D Jefferson Nickel 1995-D Jefferson Nickel Value – COIN HelpU 1995-D Jefferson Nickel Value 1995-D Jefferson Nickel value depends on the condition, grade and if the steps are fully struck on the building (Full Steps), referred to as FS, but FS is rare and most examples don’t have that strong of a strike. Click the button below for catalog-specific information about this item. 2006-P Jefferson Nickel If so, you should be using CDN Exchange! Eisenhower Dollar, Susan B. Anthony Dollar 1963-D Jefferson Nickel It’s usually the bottom steps that are not fully struck and some dates and mints are very rare with Full Steps. 1969-D Jefferson Nickel 2002-D Jefferson Nickel 1991-D Jefferson Nickel I provided an image, left, of a full step example for your reference. Mint mark:  To the right of the building on the reverse None (Philadelphia), S (San Francisco), D (Denver). 2013-D Jefferson Nickel 1980-D Jefferson Nickel 2006-S Jefferson Nickel 1992-P Jefferson Nickel 2010-D Satin Finish Jefferson Nickel 1974-D Jefferson Nickel It's been around for so long it's the only nickel most of us have ever seen in circulation. Draped Bust Half Cent 2001-D Jefferson Nickel Presidential Dollar, Mint Sets 1996-D Jefferson Nickel If your... Searching for error coins and rare coins continues to be a growing hobby. Proof Sets 1942 Proof Jefferson Nickel 2011-P Jefferson Nickel 2005-P Ocean In View Satin Finish Jefferson Nickel 2004-D Keel Boat Jefferson Nickel 1976 Jefferson Nickel https://www.greysheet.com/content/img/05282020/cdn-logo-tag-2020.png. CDN Market Values for: 1995-D 1946-P Jefferson Nickel 1950-D Jefferson Nickel This page also shows coins listed for sale so you can buy and sell. 1963 Proof Jefferson Nickel 1990-D Jefferson Nickel 1953-S Jefferson Nickel 1987-D Jefferson Nickel Morgan Dollar 2013-S Jefferson Nickel Draped Bust Half Dollar State Washington Quarter, Flowing Hair Half Dollar 1995 S JEFFERSON *PROOF* NICKEL **FREE SHIPPING** Pulled from a proof set (Full Steps). 2005-D American Bison Jefferson Nickel 1947-D Jefferson Nickel 1946-S Jefferson Nickel 1974-S Jefferson Nickel Capped Bust Quarter 2009-P Jefferson Nickel Full Steps, what does that mean? All Rights Reserved. Lincoln Memorial Small Cent, Two Cent Shield Barber Head Dime 1989 P Jefferson Nickel: Coin Value Prices, Price Chart, Coin Photos, Mintage Figures, Coin Melt Value, Metal Composition, Mint Mark Location, Statistics & Facts. Barber Head Half Dollar 1985-S Jefferson Nickel 2005-D Ocean In View Jefferson Nickel Seated Liberty Dollar 1941-D Jefferson Nickel 1958-D Jefferson Nickel 1994-D Jefferson Nickel Nickel Planchet Resume 2005-D Ocean In View Satin Finish Jefferson Nickel 1945-P Jefferson Nickel War Time Silver Content Jefferson Nickel 1982-P Jefferson Nickel About 1995-P Jefferson Nickels Full Steps. 1942-S Jefferson Nickel 2010-S Jefferson Nickel In many cases, there are no active sight-unseen buy offers, so CDN looks to the recent lowest market values for such an item. 1944-D Jefferson Nickel How much are my U.S. 1995-D nickel worth. Easier to keep things together and saves on excessive fees. 2000-P Jefferson Nickel 2004-P Peace Medal Jefferson Nickel 1995-P Jefferson Nickel Coin Rolls 1959 Proof Jefferson Nickel 2015-S Jefferson Nickel 2012-P Satin Finish Jefferson Nickel Silver Washington Quarter 3 Cents Nickel Liberty V Nickel Braided Hair Large Cent, Flying Eagle Small Cent 2016-P Satin Finish Jefferson Nickel Nickel Planchets (1938-1942)  1983-P Jefferson Nickel 1977-S Jefferson Nickel 2007-P Satin Finish Jefferson Nickel 1949-D Jefferson Nickel 1971 Jefferson Nickel 2013-P Jefferson Nickel 1988-D Jefferson Nickel 1944-S Jefferson Nickel There are 1999 P and possibly other dates which exhibit DDD (Die Deterioration Doubling). 2007-D Satin Finish Jefferson Nickel 1938-D Jefferson Nickel 2010-P Satin Finish Colonial Coins, 1942-D Over Horizontal D Jefferson Nickel, 1965 SMS Jefferson Nickel Jefferson Nickel, 2005-P American Bison Satin Finish Jefferson Nickel, 2005-D American Bison Satin Finish Jefferson Nickel, 2005-P Ocean In View Satin Finish Jefferson Nickel, 2005-D Ocean In View Satin Finish Jefferson Nickel. 1995 D Jefferson Nickel. 1969-S Jefferson Nickel 1996-S Jefferson Nickel 1968-D Jefferson Nickel These are Full Step Jefferson Nickels that sold for thousands of dollars!!! Enter your e-mail and subscribe to our newsletter. The definition of Full Steps varies a bit among the main coin collecting resources — but suffice it to say a Full Steps Jefferson nickel should clearly display at least 5 complete , uninterrupted step lines. 1979-P Jefferson Nickel 2009-P Satin Finish Jefferson Nickel Draped Bust Dollar If a Full Step designation can be earned by a grading company, the prices are much higher compared to non-designated coins. All CDN prices are based on proprietary market knowledge and technology developed by CDN Publishing, LLC. 1939 Proof Jefferson Nickel 1989-D Jefferson Nickel 1971-S No S Jefferson Nickel Hi this is Gary from Land of Coins com. Coin grading may be more an art than a science, in many cases. About 1995-D Jefferson Nickels Full Steps. 1998-D Jefferson Nickel 1971d Jefferson Nickel, MS-64, Full Steps, old nickel, coin collecting, birthday coin, CheatumsBargains 5 out of 5 stars (377) $ 5.00. 1972 Jefferson Nickel CDN Publishing, LLC does not buy or sell collectibles. 2005-S American Bison Jefferson Nickel 2008-P Satin Finish Jefferson Nickel Walking Liberty Half Dollar Regular price $3.00 Oct 10, 2019 - Most all full step coins from the early years are the first 500 to 600 coins struck from new reverse dies and will grade in the high MS range, after that the dies begin to break down in the step area until only the top step or no step is visible and that's why FULL STEP coins are so scarce and sought after. 2006-D Jefferson Nickel 1949-P Jefferson Nickel Draped Bust Half Dime 1957 Proof Jefferson Nickel 1950-P Jefferson Nickel 2014-D Jefferson Nickel Greysheet/Greensheet prices are wholesale market levels for collectible coins/paper money intended to indicate what a dealer, or wholesale, buyer would pay for the described item in the specified grade. 1999-D Jefferson Nickel 1954-S Jefferson Nickel Are you a dealer? 1973-D Jefferson Nickel 1965 Jefferson Nickel CDN Publishing is not responsible for typographical or database-related errors. Free shipping for many products! Free shipping. Buffalo Nickel 1938 Jefferson Nickel Metal content: Copper – 75%, Nickel – 25% 1945-D Jefferson Nickel Collections / Lots Braided Hair Half Cent, Flowing Hair Large Cent 1959-D Jefferson Nickel But when it comes to determining what Full Steps are on a Jefferson nickel, there’s no quibbling — Full Steps means full steps! Sacagawea Dollar 1963 Jefferson Nickel Jefferson Nickels are not silver but consist mostly of copper with a balance of nickel that give them a “silver” appearance. 1995 p-----$8.40: $22.50 1995 d-----$8.40: $17.50 1996 p-----$7.20: $15.00 1996 d-----$15.60: $20.00 1997 p-----$7.20: $15.00 1997 d-----$9.60: $33.75 1997 sms-----$137.50: $143.75 1998 p-----$10.80: $37.50 1998 d-----$13.20: $90.00 1999 p-----$15.60: $22.50 1999 d-----$12.00: $26.25 2000 p-----$8.40: $25.00 2000 d-----$7.20: $18.75 2015-P Jefferson Nickel No full step gems have sold since 2008, when one sold at auction for $5,750. 1954-D Jefferson Nickel You can learn more about CAC on their web site. 2002-S Jefferson Nickel 2016-P Jefferson Nickel Platinum: $1200.99. I value them as better finds over some low MS, weak step nickels from the same mint and year. 2008-P Jefferson Nickel 1993-S Jefferson Nickel 1985-D Jefferson Nickel We are pleased to offer for sale this 1950-D Jefferson Nickel KEY DATE coin graded and encapsulated as MS-65-FS (Full Steps) by PCGS. 2003-P Jefferson Nickel (end plug) 2005-P Ocean In View Jefferson Nickel 1951 Proof Jefferson Nickel 1940-D Jefferson Nickel 1968-S Jefferson Nickel 1939-D Reverse of 40′ Jefferson Nickel 1958 Proof Jefferson Nickel 1984-S Jefferson Nickel 1952 Proof Jefferson Nickel 1940D Full 6 Step nickel #1 Gem BU MS64+. 2016-S Jefferson Nickel. 1974 Jefferson Nickel 1942-D Over Horizontal D Jefferson Nickel When we think Nickel the Thomas Jefferson nickel is what comes to mind, or at least what comes to mind here in the United States. 1973 Jefferson Nickel Capped Bust Half Dollar 2001-P Jefferson Nickel 1946-D/Horizontal D Jefferson Nickel Silver Roosevelt Dime, Draped Bust Quarter 2005-P American Bison Satin Finish Jefferson Nickel 1955-D Jefferson Nickel The Melt Value shown below is how Valuable the Coin's Metal is Worth (bare minimum value of coin). Questions? Gold: $1775.54. 1944-P Jefferson Nickel How much are my U.S. 1995-P nickel worth? 1995 S JEFFERSON *PROOF* NICKEL **FREE SHIPPING** (Full Steps): $2. 1956 Proof Jefferson Nickel 1977 Jefferson Nickel Draped Bust Large Cent So keep every possible FS nickel you find. 1970-D Jefferson Nickel The values listed are only indications. 1964-D Jefferson Nickel 2005-D American Bison Satin Finish Jefferson Nickel 1953-D Jefferson Nickel 2003-D Jefferson Nickel 1939-S Jefferson Nickel 1955 Jefferson Nickel 1952 Jefferson Nickel 1941-S Jefferson Nickel 1948 D NGC MS67 5FS Jefferson Nickel 5c ~ Rare Full Step 67 ~ ONLY 1 on EBAY! 1976-S Jefferson Nickel $17.95: Sold Out: 1940D Full 6 Step nickel #1 Gem BU MS65+ with a touch of golden tone. Your use of this site indicates full acceptance of these terms. 1996-P Jefferson Nickel 2011-P Satin Finish Jefferson Nickel USA Coin Book Estimated Value of 1995-D Jefferson Nickel is Worth $0.55 to $1.11 or more in Uncirculated (MS+) Mint Condition. Barber Head Quarter 1960-D Jefferson Nickel 1941 Proof Jefferson Nickel CoinTrackers.com has estimated the 1995 D Jefferson Nickel value at an average of 5 cents, one in certified mint state (MS+) could be worth $22. 1938-S Jefferson Nickel Keep up with information updates and partner information. 1995-D Full Step FS Choice / Gem BU Jefferson Nickel - RARE 6 Steps Regular price $4.00 Sale price $0.00 Shipping calculated at checkout. 2012-D Jefferson Nickel (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Liberty Cap Half Cent 1991-P Jefferson Nickel That means the old Jefferson nickel you found in pocket change that “looks almost perfect” simply can’t be a Full Steps nickel. Jefferson Nickels Full Steps. 1951-D Jefferson Nickel 1939-D Reverse of 38′ Jefferson Nickel 1943-S Jefferson Nickel There were only 2,630,030 of these Jefferson Nickel Coins minted at the Denver Mint in 1950 making it one of the KEY DATE Coins of the … The only exception is in 1942-1945 and they did contain 35% silver and 75%, but they must have the large mint mark on the back and above the Monticello Monument. Also, there’s two types for the steps called, Reverse Of 38, and Reverse of 1940. 1994-S Jefferson Nickel 2004-S Peace Medal Jefferson Nickel 1978 Jefferson Nickel Burbank, CA. 2011-D Jefferson Nickel Silver Kennedy Half Dollar, Flowing Hair Dollar 1990-P Jefferson Nickel 1998-P Jefferson Nickel 1939 Reverse of 40′ Jefferson Nickel 1955-D/S Jefferson Nickel Coronet Head Large Cent 1956-D Jefferson Nickel 1998-S Jefferson Nickel 1995-S Jefferson Nickel 1995 D Jefferson Nickel Specifications: Circulation Strikes: 888,112,000 Proof Strikes: 0 Content: 75% copper, 25% nickel Weight: 5 grams Diameter: 21.2 millimeters Edge: Plain Mint: Denver, CO Designer: Felix Schlag Sponsored Ads. 1961 Jefferson Nickel Silver: $25.91. 1953 Proof Jefferson Nickel 1983-S Jefferson Nickel Collectors should refer to CPG values as a starting place for their negotiations, or auction bid reference. 1958 Jefferson Nickel 2014-D Satin Finish Jefferson Nickel Here are the 3 general requirements: Full Steps nickels must grade Mint State-60 or better. 1982-S Jefferson Nickel Jefferson Nickel, 1995-D MS. Auction Record: $1,495.00 • PCGS MS67 • 01/12/2005 • Heritage Auctions PCGS is not responsible for the accuracy or authenticity of Ebay listings. Click the button below for catalog-specific information about this item. 2015-D Jefferson Nickel 1943/2-P Jefferson Nickel 1995-P Full Step FS Gem BU Jefferson Nickel. A Full Steps Jefferson nickel shows complete step lines at the base of the Monticello building on the reverse (“tails side”) of the coin. 2004-D Peace Medal Jefferson Nickel 2007-P Jefferson Nickel 1939-S Reverse Of 38′ Jefferson Nickel 1999-P Jefferson Nickel Capped Bust Half Dime 2000-D Jefferson Nickel 1943-D Jefferson Nickel Standing Liberty Quarter 1955 Proof Jefferson Nickel 1960 Jefferson Nickel 2008-D Satin Finish Jefferson Nickel 3 Cents Silver, Shield Nickel 2008-S Jefferson Nickel 2011-D Satin Finish Jefferson Nickel 2014-S Jefferson Nickel 2013-D Satin Finish Jefferson Nickel CAC prices are for U.S. coins that meet the standards of the Certified Acceptance Corporation. 1979-S Type 2 Clear S Jefferson Nickel 1959 Jefferson Nickel Peace Dollar 2015-D Satin Finish Jefferson Nickel 1940 Jefferson Nickel 1977-D Jefferson Nickel 1966 Jefferson Nickel 2007-D Jefferson Nickel Lincoln Wheat Small Cent Today we're going to be talking about Full Steps. Value for grade: If you think we made a mistake, or have information to help us update values, we want to hear from you. 1994-P Matte Jefferson Nickel 1939-S Reverse Of 40′ Jefferson Nickel 2013-P Satin Finish Jefferson Nickel Click here to Learn How to use Coin Price Charts. 1938 Proof Jefferson Nickel Classic Head Half Cent 1948-S Jefferson Nickel CDN only tracks Bluesheet on certain items. 2012-D Satin Finish Jefferson Nickel The Full Steps … 1991-S Jefferson Nickel 1975 Jefferson Nickel Can be worth over $100 if graded by PCGS or NGC in MS66 FS. 2010-P Jefferson Nickel 1976-D Jefferson Nickel 2011-S Jefferson Nickel 1946-D Jefferson Nickel For this reason, Bluesheet values typically represent the floor of the market for the specified item. Cancel OK, Show eBay. The actual value can be more or less than this depending on factors including eye appeal and market timing. 1960 Proof Jefferson Nickel 1942-D Jefferson Nickel Greysheet/Greensheet represent "sight-seen" values based on a buyer's in-hand review. 1962 Jefferson Nickel 1950 Proof Jefferson Nickel 1985-P Jefferson Nickel 2015-P Satin Finish Jefferson Nickel Well Full Steps is a coin... Nickels. 1956 Jefferson Nickel 1979-S Type 1 Filled S Jefferson Nickel 1995 D: CAC + ----- ... Search for Full Step Jefferson Nickels on Ebay.com; Search for Full Step Jefferson Nickels on Amazon.com Collectible Coins. 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An MS-66 example is worth $110. 1970-S Jefferson Nickel Full Steps--11: 15: 55: 110: 2750---1974 --5: 11: 15: 85----1974 : Full Steps--20: 70: 250: 1000----1974-D --5: 12: 25: 45----1974-D : Full Steps--12: 40: 60: 220: 1750---1975 --5: 11: 30: 80----1975 : Full Steps--10: 15: 100: 600: 2750---1975-D --5: 12: 20: 100----1975-D : Full Steps--10: 25: 75: 675----1976 --10: 11: 35: 80----1976 : Full Steps--12: 40: 400: 675: 2250---1976-D --5: 11: 25: 65----1976-D : Full Steps--10: 15: 50: 400----1977 --10: 15: 60: 115----1977 : Full Steps … 1952-D Jefferson Nickel 2012-S Jefferson Nickel 2002-P Jefferson Nickel And if you want to have it with Full Steps it is impossible to complete. 2004-P Keel Boat Jefferson Nickel 1954 Proof Jefferson Nickel The current club is The Full Step Nickel Club (FSNC) run by . 1942-P Jefferson Nickel 2016-D Jefferson Nickel 1989-P Jefferson Nickel Capped Bust Dime Mercury Head Dime 1938-2021) 1954 Jefferson Nickel 1949-S Jefferson Nickel (a plug ) There is and has been many Full Step Nickel clubs throughout the years. 1948-D Jefferson Nickel Jefferson Nickel, Flowing Hair Half Dime Trade Dollar Dollar 1997-S Jefferson Nickel Diameter: 21.2 millimeters 1999-S Jefferson Nickel In 1968 the mint mark was moved to the obverse and under the date. 1947-S Jefferson Nickel 2008-D Jefferson Nickel 1986-S Jefferson Nickel So expect to see a value from 5 cents to .10 cents in grades almost uncirculated (AU) or less, and .50 cents plus for uncirculated raw examples. 2009-D Jefferson Nickel Franklin Head Half Dollar 1988-P Jefferson Nickel Designer: Felix Schlag (FS) In 1966 these initials were added below Jefferson’s Bust. 1979-D Jefferson Nickel

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About Jefferson Nickels Full Steps

The first Jefferson nickels were coined in 1938 and remain in production to the present. The nickel was designed by Felix Schlag, whose artwork for the coin was selected in a competition in which 390 artists submitted designs; Schlag's entry won him an award of $1,000.

While the Jefferson nickel is among the nation?s longest-running coin series, it offers very few major regular-issue rarities. The 1939-D and 1950-D issues are the scarcest coins in terms of overall mintage, though these are relatively affordable in all circulated grades and even in most uncirculated grades. Among the significant business-strike varieties are the 1939 Doubled Monticello, 1942-D Over Horizontal D, 1943-P 3/2, 1943-P Doubled Eye, 1945-P doubled reverse, 1954-S S Over D, and 1955-D D Over S.

The 1971 No-S proof Jefferson nickel is a rare variety that crosses into four-figure territory on the higher end of the grading spectrum, while the 1994-P and 1997-P special strikes are among the most valuable issues from recent years. From 2004 through 2005, the series was used as a canvas for special bicentennial issues honoring the 200th anniversary of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. When the regular design was resumed in 2006, a new three-quarters profile of Jefferson by Jamie Franki and sculpted by Donna Weaver debuted on the obverse.

Regular-strike Jefferson nickels featuring five or six full steps across the bottom of Monticello are significantly scarcer than examples showing softness in the strike across this area of the reverse. So scarce are these so-called Full Steps Jefferson nickels that none are known for some dates above MS65.



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The 15 Most Valuable Jefferson Nickels: Complete Price Guide

Below is a list of the most valuable Jefferson nickels, presented in ascending order. Prices have been updated to reflect the current market.

Decades of experience from numismatic experts informed the research for this list. The images and explanations are a great way to learn more about modern coin collecting!

All values are for coins grading Mint State 65 (MS65). Higher grade examples and those with the Full Steps designation will exceed these prices.

15. 1942-P Proof (silver): $136 in MS65

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1942 proof Jefferson nickel. Image: PCGS

The 35% silver "War Nickel" proof issued in 1942 is worth twice as much as its non-silver counterpart from the same year.

14. 1954-S (S Over D): $150 in MS65

The "S over D" variety of the 1954-S is another example of a mintmark error. You will typically find the bottom of a "D" jutting out from below the "S."

Back then, branch mints would simply stamp over an existing mintmark on a die when necessary. Circumstances such as a tight production schedule or a worn-out die might have forced a mint to do so.

13. 1939-P Proof (Reverse of 1940): $168 in MS65

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1939 (Reverse of 1940) Jefferson nickel. Image: PCGS

The sharper reverse design used for these proof coins was introduced in the middle of 1939. It was unchanged until 2004.

12. 1955-D (D Over S): $228 in MS65

This is an example of an overpunched mintmark. As the rest of this list will reveal, it's not a particularly uncommon type of error.

In the photo above, you can see the faint shadow of an "S" behind the outline of the "D" mintmark. It is found on the right side of the reverse.

11. 1940-P Proof (Reverse of 1938): $254 in MS65

Because it was struck using the old reverse die of 1938, the proof 1940 Jefferson nickel shows less detail than later issues.

Despite being a proof coin, which generally exhibit higher quality strikes, these 1940 Jefferson nickel proofs show softer details due to using worn-out dies.

10. 1945-P (DDR): $286 in MS65

Like the spooky "Doubled Eye" nickel, this is another doubled die error. It appears on the reverse design. (It's also the last year silver nickels were produced.)

The most famous doubled die variety on a U.S. coin is the 1955 Lincoln cent.

9. 2005-D ("Speared Bison"): $325 in MS65

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2005 "Speared Buffalo" Jefferson nickel. Image: PCGS

The most modern coin on the list features what looks like a spear running through the bison's back due to a die gouge.

This one-year issue was part of the new set of "Westward Journey" designs minted from 2004 to 2006.

8. 1943-P (Doubled Eye): $358 in MS65

Doubling errors are typically some of the most well-known and easy to notice visually.

Yet as the image above shows, it's not an especially recognizable error with the naked eye.

The 1943-P is also a silver war nickel, adding to its appeal.

7. 1949-D (D Over S): $481 in MS65

Like its 1942 counterpart, this coin features another overpunched mintmark.

Numismatic insiders often evaluate an error coin's rarity by researching two areas:

  • How many existing coins with the error are known so far?
  • How many coins were struck by the die that had the error?

Accurate data for these two questions is not always forthcoming. A lot of sleuthing may be required! Values are based on the best possible estimates.

6. 1943-P (3 Over 2, "Fishhook"): $585 in MS65

Here is another variety of the 1943-P 35% silver nickel. The "3 Over 2" or "3/2" variety is an example of what is often called an overdate error.

Usually, it was easier for the mint to replace one digit of the date rather than use a whole new die. However, in this case, the entire date (all four digits) has been stamped over the previous year.

5. 1971-S (No S): $780 in PR65

Proof Jefferson nickels were only minted in San Francisco in 1971.

However, some 1,655 proofs were mistakenly struck without the "S" mintmark. This is a tricky "error by omission." To date, only a few hundred of these "No S" 1971 Jefferson nickel proof coins have been graded by NGC and PCGS combined.

Such errors have cropped up on other denominations, as well. One prominent example is the 1922-D "No D" penny that's missing its intended mintmark.

4. 1946-D (D Over Inverted D): $1,350 in MS65

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1946-D (D Over Inverted D) Jefferson nickel. Image: PCGS

Interestingly, this repunched mintmark coin shows an upside-down "D" that was initially struck backwards!

In this case, the "D" mint mark was struck upside down before being struck over with a D in the correct position. You can see the curve of the inverted D to the left of the vertical part of the regular D.

3. 1939-P (Double Monticello): $1,500 in MS65

Monticello is the iconic estate designed by Thomas Jefferson. It appears on the reverse design of all Jefferson nickels, with the exception of the Westward Journey subset (2004–2006).

The doubling effect is on the word "MONTICELLO" and other inscriptions (shown above), not on the building itself.

2. 1942-D (D Over Horizontal D): $4,620 in MS65

The strange horizontal alignment of the "D" (above) is difficult to miss once you see it!

The fact that mintmarks were still hand-punched onto working dies for much of the 20th century made this type of error possible.

On the popular Numista forum, the user edduns points out:

"1989 was the last year of the hand-punched mint-marks on US coins."

This coin is by far the most desirable Jefferson nickel variety. It's estimated that roughly 20,000 examples exist.

The "Full Steps" designation is given to sharp, well-struck 1942-D (D/D) coins. This small subset (perhaps 500 examples) sells for a significant premium, with prices up to $10,000.

1. 1964 SMS: $8,750 in MS65

Available only in 1964 Special Mint Sets, it is believed that less than 40 examples of this sharply struck matte proof exist. Its existence was unknown until a 1993 Stack's auction. The 1964 SMS remains one of the rarest Jefferson nickels.

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1964 SMS Jefferson nickel. Image: PCGS

The extraordinary sharp strike on this matte proof 1964 SMS Jefferson nickel is even more impressive than typical proof coins. It was part of a prototype Special Mint Set that was never released.

Honorable Mentions

1994-P (Special Frosted Matte Uncirculated): $30 in MS65

This was the first frosted matte finish coin issued in the Jefferson series.

The finish gives the coin a beautiful matte appearance that is the result of sandblasting. Small sand particles impart a "frosty" look to the surface.

Most proof coins and special mint specimens from the U.S. Mint were produced with a similar style of matte finish before the mid-20th century.

1997-P (Special Frosted Matte Uncirculated): $65 in MS70

This is the second—and sole other—frosted matte issued in the series. It is often seen in MS69 and even MS70 grades. You'll notice it has a considerably higher value than the 1994 version.

That's because the 1997 issue had a limited mintage of only 25,000. Compare that to 167,703 minted for its predecessor.

1942-P (35% silver): $70 in PR65

The proof version of the 1942-P Jefferson nickel is distinct from the other early proof coins.

During WWII, nickels were briefly struck from an alloy of 35% silver. Other metals had to be rationed as part of the war mobilization.

These silver "war nickels" are distinguished by the placement of the mintmark above Monticello on the reverse design. Non-silver nickels put the mintmark to the right of the building.

The usual mintmark location was changed beginning in 1968, moving it to the rim of the obverse design.

1941-P, 1942-P (each): $100 in PR65

Each of these coins were pre-war proofs. They were made by the mint prior to the U.S. getting involved in World War II.

At auction, they tend to garner similar prices.

As proofs, only tens of thousands were minted rather than tens of millions. This relative scarcity supports the higher price.

1939-D: $125 in MS65

By contrast to the last entry, the 1939-D nickel is a regular circulation issue.

So why is it so valuable? It has the lowest mintage (3,514,000) of any standard-issue within the Jefferson nickel series. You can consider it a "key date" for collectors.

1938-P, 1939-P, 1940-P (each): $130 in PR65

This group includes the earliest proofs in the series. The observation earlier about a much lower original mintage applies.

You can combine these three coins with the 1941 and 1942 issues to make a complete set of pre-war proofs.

Collecting Jefferson Nickels

There are abundant opportunities for collecting Jefferson nickels.

Most of the high prices on this list relate to rare error coins. Aside from these rarities, the Jefferson nickel series is very affordable and accessible.

You can even kickstart your collection simply by merely sifting through pocket change! It's one of the nice advantages of collecting a modern circulating series.

Nickel collectors can also dive into the recent Westward Journey circulating commemorative series. Released from 2004 through 2006, these coins (above) featured the first new designs on the five-cent coin since the Jefferson theme debuted in 1938.

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