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What is the value of a 2000 nickel with two heads and no seam line visible?

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2005-01-27 18:13:47
2005-01-27 18:13:47

$5.95. If you don't believe me, send it to one of the certification services and spend $40 to have them tell you the same thing. Modern versions of these novelty items are made differently than the old ones. Instead of looking along the outside edge, try using a magnifier and examining the coin, looking just inside the raised rim (on one side or the other). This is where the seam would be located.

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