FOR SALE: A BEAUTIFULLY TONED 1943-D WARTIME SILVER NICKEL GRADED MS65 FULL STEPS BY NGC, ONE OF THE MOST TRUSTED COIN GRADING FIRMS IN THE BUSINESS.
Wartime "nickels" do not have any nickel in them. The wartime silver alloy, composed of 56% copper, 35% silver and 9% manganese, eliminated nickel because it was a critical war material. These coins, minted from October 8, 1942 until 1945,
have a large "P" "D" or "S" mintmark above the Monticello dome instead of the right of the building.
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Disclosures: The images show the actual coin you will receive which has 5 1/2 full steps and beautiful light gold toning, particularly around the rims. The coin is brighter than the images. You can judge how much brighter by the amount of grey "noise" in the background. The bright highlights, particularly on the face, neck and hair, are reflections from the lighting I used to photograph the coin.
Buyer to pay $2.95 for shipping USPS First Class Mail.
The coin will be shipped in a plastic bag inside a reinforced bubble-pack envelope.
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