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    buy a nickel box, get half a nickel box FREE

    '80-P Jeff- bisecting median split die error, worth $30

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    2000-P rotated 135 degrees CCW, listed at $25, just sold a GW with same error for $46

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    lots of fur on this--

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    a beaten to a pulp '45-S, & a dead Buff-- date & TOD are unknown---- AND.... only ONE rodent Canadian

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    Good job catching that nickles seem to have alot of good finds still around

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    Nickels have been the “red-headed stepchild” of US numismatics until recently. This may explain why so many errors, such as die breaks and cuds have been found the past few years. I noticed this several years ago, and until my health took a downturn recently, I would search between 4 and 20 boxes of nicks a month. Plus other coins, of course.

    Results were fairly consistent. 20-30 keepers per box. This includes all errors, key dates, older AU, Buffs, War, “V”, and anything else of interest to those on my potential buyers list.

    Time for more coffee.
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    I love me some nickel hunting. Gotta love a good die break and a good 30Degree rotation =)

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    Edit: Stupid double post - Guess I should mention an Indian is good as well =P

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    just sold the split die '80-P for $30. got that Frank Fritz "bundling" thing with my top buyer of errors----- AND--- no stinkin' FEES on this sale
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