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2006 Jefferson Nickel - Proof - ANACS 70 2011 Jefferson Nickel - Proof - ANACS 70 2014 Jefferson Nickel - Proof - ANACS 70
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2006 Jefferson Nickel - Proof - ANACS 70 2011 Jefferson Nickel - Proof - ANACS 70 2014 Jefferson Nickel - Proof - ANACS 70
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The Jefferson Nickel was first issued in 1938, featuring a portrait of President Thomas Jefferson. The reverse design portrays Monticello, Jefferson's Virginia estate.

The Jefferson Nickel was produced at three US Mints: Philadelphia and Denver (Uncirculated) and San Francisco (Proof). In 1954 the San Francisco Mint halted production, resuming in 1968.

The term "Proof" refers to a method of manufacture and NOT the condition of a coin. Proof coins can usually be distinguished by their sharpness of detail, high wire edge, and extremely brilliant - mirror like surface.

Proof coins are made from highly polished dies. The coinage blanks are also polished and cleaned. They are hand fed into a coinage press one at a time, with each blank receiving 2 or more strikes from the dies to bring up sharp - high relief details. It is done at slow speeds with extra pressure.

This proof 2011 Jefferson nickel is graded by ANACs as a PERFECT 70!
The Jefferson Nickel was first issued in 1938, featuring a portrait of President Thomas Jefferson. The reverse design portrays Monticello, Jefferson's Virginia estate.

The Jefferson Nickel was produced at three US Mints: Philadelphia and Denver (Uncirculated) and San Francisco (Proof). In 1954 the San Francisco Mint halted production, resuming in 1968.

The term "Proof" refers to a method of manufacture and NOT the condition of a coin. Proof coins can usually be distinguished by their sharpness of detail, high wire edge, and extremely brilliant - mirror like surface.

Proof coins are made from highly polished dies. The coinage blanks are also polished and cleaned. They are hand fed into a coinage press one at a time, with each blank receiving 2 or more strikes from the dies to bring up sharp - high relief details. It is done at slow speeds with extra pressure.

This 2014 Jefferson Proof Nickel is graded by ANACS as a PERFECT 70!
2012 Jefferson Nickel - Proof - ANACS 70 2016 Jefferson Nickel - San Francisco - Proof ANACS PR70 2017 Jefferson Nickel - San Francisco - Proof ANACS PR70
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2012 Jefferson Nickel - Proof - ANACS 70 2016 Jefferson Nickel - San Francisco - Proof ANACS PR70 2017 Jefferson Nickel - San Francisco - Proof ANACS PR70
The Jefferson Nickel was first issued in 1938, featuring a portrait of President Thomas Jefferson. The reverse design portrays Monticello, Jefferson's Virginia estate.

The Jefferson Nickel was produced at three US Mints: Philadelphia and Denver (Uncirculated) and San Francisco (Proof). In 1954 the San Francisco Mint halted production, resuming in 1968.

The term "Proof" refers to a method of manufacture and NOT the condition of a coin. Proof coins can usually be distinguished by their sharpness of detail, high wire edge, and extremely brilliant - mirror like surface.

Proof coins are made from highly polished dies. The coinage blanks are also polished and cleaned. They are hand fed into a coinage press one at a time, with each blank receiving 2 or more strikes from the dies to bring up sharp - high relief details. It is done at slow speeds with extra pressure.

This proof 2012 Jefferson nickel is graded by ANACs as a PERFECT 70!
The Jefferson Nickel was first issued in 1938, featuring a portrait of President Thomas Jefferson. The reverse design portrays Monticello, Jefferson's Virginia estate.

The Jefferson Nickel was produced at three US Mints: Philadelphia and Denver (Uncirculated) and San Francisco (Proof). In 1954 the San Francisco Mint halted production, resuming in 1968.

The term "Proof" refers to a method of manufacture and NOT the condition of a coin. Proof coins can usually be distinguished by their sharpness of detail, high wire edge, and extremely brilliant - mirror like surface.

Proof coins are made from highly polished dies. The coinage blanks are also polished and cleaned. They are hand fed into a coinage press one at a time, with each blank receiving 2 or more strikes from the dies to bring up sharp - high relief details. It is done at slow speeds with extra pressure.


The Jefferson Nickel was first issued in 1938, featuring a portrait of President Thomas Jefferson. The reverse design portrays Monticello, Jefferson's Virginia estate.

The Jefferson Nickel was produced at three US Mints: Philadelphia and Denver (Uncirculated) and San Francisco (Proof). In 1954 the San Francisco Mint halted production, resuming in 1968.

The term "Proof" refers to a method of manufacture and NOT the condition of a coin. Proof coins can usually be distinguished by their sharpness of detail, high wire edge, and extremely brilliant - mirror like surface.

Proof coins are made from highly polished dies. The coinage blanks are also polished and cleaned. They are hand fed into a coinage press one at a time, with each blank receiving 2 or more strikes from the dies to bring up sharp - high relief details. It is done at slow speeds with extra pressure.


2004 Westward Journey Keelboat Nickel - PROOF - ANACS Certified 70 2005 Buffalo Nickel - ANACS Proof 70 1998 Jefferson Nickel - PROOF - Certified 70
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2004 Westward Journey Keelboat Nickel - PROOF - ANACS Certfiied 70 2005 Buffalo Nickel - ANACS Proof 70 1998 Jefferson Nickel - PROOF - Certified 70
    The Jefferson Nickel was first issued in 1938, featuring a portrait of President Thomas Jefferson. The reverse design portrays Monticello, Jefferson's Virginia estate.

The Jefferson Nickel was produced at three US Mints: Philadelphia and Denver (Uncirculated) and San Francisco (Proof). In 1954 the San Francisco Mint halted production, resuming in 1968.

The term "Proof" refers to a method of manufacture and NOT the condition of a coin. Proof coins can usually be distinguished by their sharpness of detail, high wire edge, and extremely brilliant - mirror like surface.

Proof coins are made from highly polished dies. The coinage blanks are also polished and cleaned. They are hand fed into a coinage press one at a time, with each blank receiving 2 or more strikes from the dies to bring up sharp - high relief details. It is done at slow speeds with extra pressure.

This 1998 Proof San Francisco Mint Jefferson Nickel is independently certified by ICG, (Independent Coin Graders) as a Perfect 70...the highest quality known to exist!
1999 Jefferson Nickel - PROOF - Certified 70 1992 Jefferson Nickel - PROOF - Certified 70 1969 Jefferson Nickel - PROOF - Certified 70
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1999 Jefferson Nickel - PROOF - Certified 70 1992 Jefferson Nickel - PROOF - Certified 70 1969 Jefferson Nickel - PROOF - Certified 70
     
1977 Jefferson Nickel - PROOF - Certified 70 1978 Jefferson Nickel - PROOF - Certified 70 1980 Jefferson Nickel - PROOF - Certified 70
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1977 Jefferson Nickel - PROOF - Certified 70 1978 Jefferson Nickel - PROOF - Certified 70 1980 Jefferson Nickel - PROOF - Certified 70
     
1989 Jefferson Nickel - PROOF - Certified 70 1968 Jefferson Nickel - PROOF - Certified 70
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1989 Jefferson Nickel - PROOF - Certified 70 1968 Jefferson Nickel - PROOF - Certified 70