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    Double Head Nickel

    Found this when I was going thru some change looking for war Nickels, the pics look different because I had to retake one because I had 2 pics of the same side. This is no joke it has a 1994 date on one side and 2000 on the other could it be a real, thanks for looking.....
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    ROB

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    I know they make double headed coins but don't they have the same date on both sides, is the Nickel the one that they usually make double headed coins out of ?
    ROB

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    No, there is no way it can be real. It is a trick coin made from two.

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    guess it's face value is ten cents not five?
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    Try to separate it to get at least a 5 cent profit.
    1/100 of an American dollar is a cent. It is NOT a penny. The word penny is used by several other countries, such as Great Britain, to denote their smallest denomination. In order to be numismatically correct, you must use the term cent to describe the American coin.

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    Sep 2013
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    I have this also

    I have the same nickel.
    Quote Originally Posted by flakefinder View Post
    Found this when I was going thru some change looking for war Nickels, the pics look different because I had to retake one because I had 2 pics of the same side. This is no joke it has a 1994 date on one side and 2000 on the other could it be a real, thanks for looking.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdh35620 View Post
    I have the same nickel.
    I have a quarter like that too, two separate dates. There are some very skilled people who will place a coin in another one. By the rim you should see a tiny separation. If it was a good one, I don't believe it will come out of the other coin.

 

 

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