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1943 Silver War Nickel - Denver - Uncirculated 1945 Silver War Nickel - San Francisco - Uncirculated 1943 Silver War Nickel - Philadelphia - Uncirculated
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1943 Silver War Nickel - Denver - Uncirculated 1945 Silver War Nickel - San Francisco - Uncirculated 1943 Silver War Nickel - Philadelphia - Uncirculated
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1943 Silver War Nickel - San Francisco - Uncirculated 1945 Silver War Nickel - Denver - Uncirculated 1945 Silver War Nickel - Philadelphia - Uncirculated
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1943 Silver War Nickel - San Francisco - Uncirculated 1945 Silver War Nickel - Denver - Uncirculated 1945 Silver War Nickel - Philadelphia - Uncirculated
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1942 Silver War Nickel - San Francisco - Uncirculated 1944 Silver War Nickel - San Francisco - Uncirculated 1942 Silver War Nickel - Philadelphia - Uncirculated
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1942 Silver War Nickel - San Francisco - Uncirculated 1944 Silver War Nickel - San Francisco - Uncirculated 1942 Silver War Nickel - Philadelphia - Uncirculated
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1944 Silver War Nickel - Philadelphia - Uncirculated 1944 Silver War Nickel - Denver - Uncirculated Jefferson War Nickel Certified Super Gem MS66
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1944 Silver War Nickel - Philadelphia - Uncirculated 1944 Silver War Nickel - Denver - Uncirculated Jefferson War Nickel (42-45) Certified Super Gem MS66
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Silver War Nickel Roll - Circulated Silver War Nickel Mini Roll of 10 Silver War Nickel Set ( 1942 - 1945 ) - Uncirculated
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Silver War Nickel Roll - Circulated - CA15 Silver War Nickel Set of 10 - Uncirculated Silver War Nickel Set ( 1942 - 1945 ) - Uncirculated
. . A Silver Nickel .. Yes !!

Besides steel, the other commodity needed for the war effort was nickel and on October 8th, 1942 the US Mint pulled nickel for our 5-cent piece. It was replaced with a temporary composition that included 35% silver. This new "silver" nickel was issued between 1942 and 1945 ... it was struck at all three mints: Philadelphia, Denver and San Francisco. To help differentiate it from the regular issue nickel the US Mint placed the Mint Mark on the reverse of the coin above the dome of Monticello. 1942 marks the 1st time in mint history the "P" - Philadelphia mint mark was used on a US coin.

In total there were 11 nickels struck by the US Mint in silver. We've assembled them all in a custom acrylic lens ... a complete collection ... with each one an uncirculated gem.