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Could a 2005 US nickel have a mis-strike of the president with a defect around his chin and if so how much is it worth?

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2007-10-07 20:48:04
2007-10-07 20:48:04

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.

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