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|The 1940 Jefferson Nickel is sure to be a valuable add-on for your coins collection. Designed by Felix Schlag, this Jefferson Nickel coin was released on the year 1940. Featuring the sculpture of Thomas Jefferson Bust on the obverse side and Monticello on the reverse side, this copper-nickel coin was released as a replacement for the Buffalo nickel coin series. Made up of 75 percent copper and 25 percent nickel, the 1940 Jefferson Nickel is 21.2 mm in diameter and weighs 5 g. With denomination value of 5 cents, this Jefferson Nickel coin series has lasted from the year 1938 to present. This copper-nickel coin has had only few minor modifications from the day it was released to the year 2003. In the 2004, this Jefferson Nickel coin was redesigned with the new portrait of Jefferson nickels.|
|Sub Geo||Not Available|
|Coinage Type||Circulation Coinage|
|Catalog Number||KM# 192|
|Coin Name||Jefferson Nickel|
|Mint Name||U.S. Mint|
|Reverse Description||Monticello, mintmark to right side|
|General Note||Some 1939 strikes have doubling of the word MONTICELLO on the reverse.|
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the nickle is a good item to have.verry tough years in are life.war nickles.thank you.the collection of nickles from the pass are part of my love for history.it s inpontant to stop this coins from circulating.they need to be put away and save.
The 1940 Jefferson Nickel has 0% Silver content. These coins usually go for about face value unless you have one in a very high grade. These can easily be found in your pocket change.
Great Items! Will continue to increase in value over the next 50 years. A great early investment. Like all other old coins from the 1800's. These coins will eventually become great collectors items as well. Now is the best time to collect coins that are as BU as possible. This is what I have done and I feel their value will increase over time like all other coins of history.