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Where can you find out how much a nickel that has been double stamped with the building across Roosevelts face and is also kind of oval instead of round and has edges like a quarter is worth?

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2005-11-04 20:43:02
2005-11-04 20:43:02

It sounds like you may have a significant mint error coin. Sounds like a flip-over double strike, possibly on a dime or quarter planchet. If genuine, it could be worth several hundred dollars. I suggest you check out Mike Byers' website to see if he has anything like it there : http://mikebyers.com Then contact him and send him magnified pictures of both sides of the coin, AND a picture of the outside edge. Good Luck!

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