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What is the value of a 1964 nickel that has been stamped twice on the head side and is also showing edge on the back?


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2005-02-14 12:07:20
2005-02-14 12:07:20

It sounds like your coin has a slightly off-center second strike. These will generally sell for $20-$50 to an interested error collector. I suggest you do some searching in the error section of to see if you can find a similar item, and see what it sells for. Good luck! Dan


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