Jefferson Nickel Mint Roll 'D', Gem BU Brilliant Uncirculated.
Jefferson Nickel Mint Roll 'D', Gem BU Brilliant Uncirculated Comes With Official Pouch.
In January 1938, the Mint announced an open competition for a new nickel design, to feature early president Thomas Jefferson on the obverse, and Jefferson's home, Monticello on the reverse. The last Buffalo nickels were struck in April 1938 at the Denver Mint, the only mint to strike them that year.
Point of Interest - Nickel is 100 times more concentrated below Earth's crust than in it. Nickel is believed to be the second most abundant element in the earth's core, with iron most abundant by a large margin. Nickel is the main metal in Mu-metal, which has the fascinating property of magnetic shielding.
Item Code - CUR1E155FD
Coin Roll - Width: 3 1/4” Height: 7/8" Depth: 7/8" Weight: 207 g
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