Most likely this is some kind of striking error (as opposed to a die error). These are generally worth a couple of dollars at best.
BTW, the "president" is Thomas Jefferson, as always - it's just a new portrait.
A 1957D nickel in very fine to uncirculated condition is worth $0.35. If this mispositioned 'A' is actually a 'misstrike error' (and can be verified as such), then it is worth approx. $5.00.
It is called a domed coin. They are used to decorate belts or make buttons.
Thomas Jefferson is on the nickel.
It would depend upon what the defect was.
President Thomas Jefferson has been on the US nickel since 1938.
Thomas Jefferson is depicted on the nickel.
The president on a nickel is Thomas Jefferson. As of 2014, the US nickel is composed of 25 percent nickel and 75 percent copper.
Thomas Jefferson has been on the nickel since 1938.
The third U.S. President, Thomas Jefferson, is on the nickel. His home, Monticello, is on the back of the coin.Thomas Jefferson.
No. Thomas Jefferson is the only president to be depicted on the nickel.
Dime= Franklin D. RooseveltNickel=Thomas Jefferson
President Thomas Jefferson
President Thomas Jefferson is on the Nickel because he was the 3rd president, and he did many great things to help establish the United States.
The same one that's been on the nickel from 1938 Thomas Jefferson
Thomas Jefferson is the president on the nickel.
Ask yourself which president lived at Monticello, and then ask which president is pictured on the front of the nickel. Hint - both questions have the same answer and his initials are T.J.
President Bush is not on a US coin.