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JMBCoins Jeff Nickel Basic Proof - 40th

2010
Current Statistics
Rank

40
GPA with Top Bonuses

70.208
GPA Weighted

69.679
Complete

98.15%
Set Rating

68.907
%DCAM

94.34%

About This Set: This set of proof Jefferson Nickels was assembled by a collector of modest means. My goal was to assemble a Registry Set that showcases the modern Jefferson Nickel in what I feel is its ultimate collecting form: proof.

In 1938 the Buffalo nickel was replaced with a new design. A contest was held with a prize of $1,000 to be awarded to the winning designer. Many models were submitted, but Felix Schlag, a German immigrant, was announced as the winner on April 24, 1938.

The US Treasury Department made Schlag modify the design, that featured Thomas Jefferson on the obverse and Monticello on the reverse. Mintage commenced in mid-1938 and has continued since that time. During World War II from 1942 to 1945 nickels were struck in a special alloy composed of 56% copper, 35% silver, and 9% manganese, to omit nickel which was in strong demand for war purposes.

Designed by: Felix 0. Schlag Issue dates: 1938 to date Composition: 0.75 part copper, 0.25 part nickel Diameter: 21.2 mm Weight: 76.16 grains (5 grams) Edge: Plain Business strike mintage: 28,970,251,265 through 1992 Proof mintage: 98,624,012 through 1991

• The Mint mark has been placed in three different locations, and disappeared completely for a time.

• The designers initials were added, but not until 1966, nearly two decades after the coin was introduced.

• The composition was changed, with the nickel component dropped for nearly four years – mid-1942 through 1945 – from the coin most Americans call a "nickel."

• Its been issued with multiple surface finishes: standard business strike, Brilliant Proof, Frosted Proof and a non-Proof Matte Finish (in the 1994-issued Jefferson Coin and Currency set and the 1997 Botanic Garden Coin and Currency set).

JMBCoins Jeff Nickel Basic Proof

Image Item PCGS # Date Denom Grade PCGS # Pop PCGS # Pop Higher Pop Pop Higher Comments
1965 SMS 84197 1965 5C SP66CA 278 107 278479
Circulation Mintage: 136,131,380 Special Mint Set: 2,360,000 Designed by: Felix 0. Schlag Composition: 0.75 part copper, 0.25 part nickel Diameter: 21.2 mm Weight: 76.16 grains (5 grams) Edge: Plain The 1965 Special Mint Set (SMS) Jefferson Nickel was meant to replace proof issues during the coin shortage of the early 1960's. These mint sets were special in that they were made with higher standards than regular mint sets. However the US Mint did not prepare the dies and planchets as carefully as they do for proof coins. In this first year of SMS coins, all SMS specimens were struck at the San Francisco Mint with no mint mark (as were all coins for the next three years). Although the coins are dated 1965, they were actually struck in 1966. The first few coins struck from new dies for these SMS sets can look very close to proof coins. For that reason they are included in the Jefferson Nickel proof set collection. There are three die states in the SMS type series. First is Deep Cameo contrast with mirrored field. The second is a Cameo Contrast and the third is no contrast between the devices and the field.
1966 SMS 84198 1966 5C SP66CA 234 173 234667
Mintage: Circulation strikes: 136,131,380 Proofs: 2,360,000 Designed by: Felix 0. Schlag Composition: 0.75 part copper, 0.25 part nickel Diameter: 21.2 mm Weight: 76.16 grains (5 grams) Edge: Plain The 1966 Special Mint Set (SMS) Jefferson Nickel was meant to replace proof issues during the coin shortage of the early 1960's. These mint sets were special in that they were made with higher standards than regular mint sets. However the US Mint did not prepare the dies and planchets as carefully as they do for proof coins. Additionally, the coins were only struck once, as opposed to proof coins that are struck at least two or more times to bring up the detail of the design. 1966 was the first year that the Jefferson Nickel had Felix O. Schlag’s initials “FS” added to the design just below the bust of Thomas Jefferson on the obverse. At the American Numismatic Association (ANA) Convention that same year, Schlag was presented with the first two Jefferson Nickels that were struck with his initials on them. Some people believed that they were “proof” coins and extremely rare. But, upon further research it was determined that they were “circulation” strikes. The first few coins struck from new dies for these SMS sets can look very close to proof coins. For that reason they are included in the Jefferson Nickel proof set collection. There are three die states in the SMS type series. First is Deep Cameo contrast with mirrored field. The second is a Cameo Contrast and the third is no contrast between the devices and the field.
1967 SMS 84199 1967 5C SP67CA 272 12 27278
Mintage: Circulation strikes: 107,325,800 Proofs: 1,863,344 Designed by: Felix 0. Schlag Composition: 0.75 part copper, 0.25 part nickel Diameter: 21.2 mm Weight: 76.16 grains (5 grams) Edge: Plain The 1967 Special Mint Set (SMS) Jefferson Nickel was meant to replace proof issues during the coin shortage of the early 1960's. These mint sets were special in that they were made with higher standards than regular mint sets. However the US Mint did not prepare the dies and planchets as carefully as they do for proof coins. All 1967 SMS coins were struck at the San Francisco Mint but without a mint mark. This would be the last year that the mint would refuse to put mint marks on coins. Also in 1967, the mint would refine the dies used for the reverse. The lines on the doors and windows were strengthened, as well as the lines that define the steps. This changed significantly increased the amount of “full step” specimens that collectors actively search for. The first few coins struck from new dies for these SMS sets can look very close to proof coins. For that reason they are included in the Jefferson Nickel proof set collection. There are three die states in the SMS type series. First is Deep Cameo contrast with mirrored field. The second is a Cameo Contrast and the third is no contrast between the devices and the field.
1968-S 94200 1968-S 5C PR68DC 530 188 530356
1968-S Mintage: Circulation strikes: 100,396,004 Proofs: 3,041,506 Designed by: Felix 0. Schlag Composition: 0.75 part copper, 0.25 part nickel Diameter: 21.2 mm Weight: 76.16 grains (5 grams) Edge: Plain Beginning in 1968, the mintmark was moved from the reverse of the coin to the obverse just below the date. All proof coins were minted in San Francisco and bear the “S” mintmark. The mintmark was added to the die by hand and therefore slight differences exist between coins. In addition, this was the first year that the mintmark appeared on the obverse.
1969-S 94201 1969-S 5C PR68DC 395 108 395239
1969-S Mintage: Circulation strikes: 120,075,000 Proofs: 2,934,631 Designed by: Felix 0. Schlag Composition: 0.75 part copper, 0.25 part nickel Diameter: 21.2 mm Weight: 76.16 grains (5 grams) Edge: Plain By 1969, the coin shortage of the early 1960’s was over and the mint could once again concentrate on collector edition issues. Most proof nickels in this year have great “eye appeal” and are easily obtained. The frosted cameo appearance is more common and the mint also paid special attention in handling the coins which yield better quality specimens with fewer nicks and abrasions.
1970-S 94202 1970-S 5C PR68DC 315 76 315180
1970-S Mintage: Circulation strikes: 238,832,004 Proofs: 2,632,810 Designed by: Felix 0. Schlag Composition: 0.75 part copper, 0.25 part nickel Diameter: 21.2 mm Weight: 76.16 grains (5 grams) Edge: Plain Unfortunately, the mint let the quality of their collector specimens slip this year. Both cameo and non-cameo proof issues are common. Both “5 step” and “6 step” varieties are readily available. Few are found with deep cameo devices.
1971-S 94203 1971-S 5C PR68DC 333 108 333221
1971-S Mintage: Circulation strikes: 0 Proofs: 3,220,733 Designed by: Felix 0. Schlag Composition: 0.75 part copper, 0.25 part nickel Diameter: 21.2 mm Weight: 76.16 grains (5 grams) Edge: Plain Struck only as proofs at the San Francisco mint, they were originally only available in mint issued proof sets. This was the first nickel since the 1878 Shield Nickel that a “proof only” issue for a specific date and mintmark combination was made. Due to a quality control error at the Philadelphia Mint (where mintmarks were still punched into the dies by hand), some Proof Nickels of this year were made without a mintmark. It is estimated that approximately 1,655 coins were produced without the required “S” mintmark and they are very rare errors.
1972-S 94205 1972-S 5C PR68DC 414 337 414443
1972-S Mintage: Circulation strikes: 0 Proofs: 3,260,996 Designed by: Felix 0. Schlag Composition: 0.75 part copper, 0.25 part nickel Diameter: 21.2 mm Weight: 76.16 grains (5 grams) Edge: Plain Struck only as Proofs and available originally only in Proof sets.
1973-S 94206 1973-S 5C PR69DC 4386 8 43868
1973-S Mintage: Circulation strikes: 0 Proofs: 2,760,339 Designed by: Felix 0. Schlag Composition: 0.75 part copper, 0.25 part nickel Diameter: 21.2 mm Weight: 76.16 grains (5 grams) Edge: Plain Struck only as Proofs and available originally only in Proof sets.
1974-S 94207 1974-S 5C PR69DC 6103 12 610312
1974-S Mintage: Circulation strikes: 0 Proofs: 2,612,568 Designed by: Felix 0. Schlag Composition: 0.75 part copper, 0.25 part nickel Diameter: 21.2 mm Weight: 76.16 grains (5 grams) Edge: Plain Struck only as Proofs and available originally only in Proof sets.
1975-S 94208 1975-S 5C PR69DC 8071 38 807138
1975-S Mintage: Circulation strikes: 0 Proofs: 2,845,450 Designed by: Felix 0. Schlag Composition: 0.75 part copper, 0.25 part nickel Diameter: 21.2 mm Weight: 76.16 grains (5 grams) Edge: Plain Struck only as Proofs and available originally only in Proof sets.
1976-S 94209 1976-S 5C PR69DC 9809 69 980969
1976-S Mintage: Circulation strikes: 0 Proofs: 4,149,730 Designed by: Felix 0. Schlag Composition: 0.75 part copper, 0.25 part nickel Diameter: 21.2 mm Weight: 76.16 grains (5 grams) Edge: Plain Struck only as Proofs and available originally only in Proof sets.
1977-S 94210 1977-S 5C PR69DC 8663 162 8663162
1977-S Mintage: Circulation strikes: 0 Proofs: 3,251,152 Designed by: Felix 0. Schlag Composition: 0.75 part copper, 0.25 part nickel Diameter: 21.2 mm Weight: 76.16 grains (5 grams) Edge: Plain The obverse and reverse master hubs were recreated in order to refine some of the details that were softening over the years. On the obverse, the details in Jefferson’s hair were strengthened. On the reverse, the details on Monticello were generally strengthened. Struck only as Proofs and available originally only in Proof sets.
1978-S 94211 1978-S 5C PR69DC 8092 271 8092271
1978-S Mintage: Circulation strikes: 0 Proofs: 3,127,781 Designed by: Felix 0. Schlag Composition: 0.75 part copper, 0.25 part nickel Diameter: 21.2 mm Weight: 76.16 grains (5 grams) Edge: Plain Struck only as Proofs and available originally only in Proof sets.
1979-S 94212 1979-S 5C PR69DC 6714 141 12445246
1979-S Mintage: Circulation strikes: 0 Proofs: 3,677,175 Designed by: Felix 0. Schlag Composition: 0.75 part copper, 0.25 part nickel Diameter: 21.2 mm Weight: 76.16 grains (5 grams) Edge: Plain Struck only as Proofs and available originally only in Proof sets. Found with "Blob" (Type 1) and Clear (Type 2) mintmarks, with the Clear version being the rarer of the two.
1980-S 94214 1980-S 5C PR69DC 7867 198 7867198
1980-S Mintage: Circulation strikes: 0 Proofs: 3,554,806 Designed by: Felix 0. Schlag Composition: 0.75 part copper, 0.25 part nickel Diameter: 21.2 mm Weight: 76.16 grains (5 grams) Edge: Plain Struck only as Proofs and available originally only in Proof sets.
1981-S 94215 1981-S 5C PR69DC 9040 204 11211245
1981-S Mintage: Circulation strikes: 0 Proofs: 4,063,083 (both Types) Designed by: Felix 0. Schlag Composition: 0.75 part copper, 0.25 part nickel Diameter: 21.2 mm Weight: 76.16 grains (5 grams) Edge: Plain Struck only as Proofs and available originally only in Proof sets. Found with "Clear S" (Type 1) and a more open “S” (Type 2) mintmarks. The Type 2 mintmark is scarcer. To the untrained eye, it may be hard to differentiate between the two types and one should refer to a reference book in order to aid in distinguishing between the two types.
1982-S 94217 1982-S 5C PR69DC 5209 131 5209131
1982-S Mintage: Circulation strikes: 0 Proofs: 4,763,582 Designed by: Felix 0. Schlag Composition: 0.75 part copper, 0.25 part nickel Diameter: 21.2 mm Weight: 76.16 grains (5 grams) Edge: Plain Struck only as Proofs and available originally only in Proof sets.
1983-S 94218 1983-S 5C PR69DC 5319 194 5319194
1983-S Mintage: Circulation strikes: 0 Proofs: 3,279,126 Designed by: Felix 0. Schlag Composition: 0.75 part copper, 0.25 part nickel Diameter: 21.2 mm Weight: 76.16 grains (5 grams) Edge: Plain Struck only as Proofs and available originally only in Proof sets.
1984-S 94219 1984-S 5C PR69DC 4722 157 4722157
1984-S Mintage: Circulation strikes: 0 Proofs: 3,065,110 Designed by: Felix 0. Schlag Composition: 0.75 part copper, 0.25 part nickel Diameter: 21.2 mm Weight: 76.16 grains (5 grams) Edge: Plain Struck only as Proofs and available originally only in Proof sets.
1985-S 94220 1985-S 5C PR69DC 4572 124 4572124
1985-S Mintage: Circulation strikes: 0 Proofs: 3,362,821 Designed by: Felix 0. Schlag Composition: 0.75 part copper, 0.25 part nickel Diameter: 21.2 mm Weight: 76.16 grains (5 grams) Edge: Plain Struck only as Proofs and available originally only in Proof sets.
1986-S 94221 1986-S 5C PR69DC 5327 84 535284
1986-S Mintage: Circulation strikes: 0 Proofs: 3,010,497 Designed by: Felix 0. Schlag Composition: 0.75 part copper, 0.25 part nickel Diameter: 21.2 mm Weight: 76.16 grains (5 grams) Edge: Plain Struck only as Proofs and available originally only in Proof sets.
1987-S 94222 1987-S 5C PR69DC 4837 123 4837123
1987-S Mintage: Circulation strikes: 0 Proofs: 4,227,728 Designed by: Felix 0. Schlag Composition: 0.75 part copper, 0.25 part nickel Diameter: 21.2 mm Weight: 76.16 grains (5 grams) Edge: Plain In 1987 the master hub was once again recreated. Jefferson’s hair and details on Monticello were added and/or strengthened. Struck only as Proofs and available originally only in Proof sets.
1988-S 94223 1988-S 5C PR69DC 4239 194 4239194
1988-S Mintage: Circulation strikes: 0 Proofs: 3,262,948 Designed by: Felix 0. Schlag Composition: 0.75 part copper, 0.25 part nickel Diameter: 21.2 mm Weight: 76.16 grains (5 grams) Edge: Plain Struck only as Proofs and available originally only in Proof sets.
1989-S 94224 1989-S 5C PR70DC 343 0 3430
1989-S Mintage: Circulation strikes: 0 Proofs: 3,220,194 Designed by: Felix 0. Schlag Composition: 0.75 part copper, 0.25 part nickel Diameter: 21.2 mm Weight: 76.16 grains (5 grams) Edge: Plain Struck only as Proofs and available originally only in Proof sets.
1990-S 94225 1990-S 5C PR70DC 345 0 3450
1990-S Mintage: Circulation strikes: 0 Proofs: 3,299,559 Designed by: Felix 0. Schlag Composition: 0.75 part copper, 0.25 part nickel Diameter: 21.2 mm Weight: 76.16 grains (5 grams) Edge: Plain Struck only as Proofs and available originally only in Proof sets.
1991-S 94226 1991-S 5C PR70DC 300 0 3000
1991-S Mintage: Circulation strikes: 0 Proofs: 2,867,787 Designed by: Felix 0. Schlag Composition: 0.75 part copper, 0.25 part nickel Diameter: 21.2 mm Weight: 76.16 grains (5 grams) Edge: Plain The master hub was once again recreated. Details in Jefferson’s hair were added and/or strengthened. Struck only as Proofs and available originally only in Proof sets.
1992-S 94227 1992-S 5C PR70DC 623 0 6230
1992-S Mintage: Circulation strikes: 0 Proofs: 4,176,560 Designed by: Felix 0. Schlag Composition: 0.75 part copper, 0.25 part nickel Diameter: 21.2 mm Weight: 76.16 grains (5 grams) Edge: Plain Struck only as Proofs and available originally only in Proof sets.
1993-S 94228 1993-S 5C PR70DC 595 0 5950
1993-S Mintage: Circulation strikes: 0 Proofs: 3,394,792 Designed by: Felix 0. Schlag Composition: 0.75 part copper, 0.25 part nickel Diameter: 21.2 mm Weight: 76.16 grains (5 grams) Edge: Plain The master hub was once again remade. Details in Jefferson’s hair were added and/or strengthened. Struck only as Proofs and available originally only in Proof sets.
1994-S 94229 1994-S 5C PR70DC 562 0 5620
1994-S Mintage: Circulation strikes: 0 Proofs: 3,269,923 Designed by: Felix 0. Schlag Composition: 0.75 part copper, 0.25 part nickel Diameter: 21.2 mm Weight: 76.16 grains (5 grams) Edge: Plain Struck only as Proofs and available originally only in Proof sets.
1995-S 94231 1995-S 5C PR70DC 498 0 4980
1995-S Mintage: Circulation strikes: 0 Proofs: 2,797,481 Designed by: Felix 0. Schlag Composition: 0.75 part copper, 0.25 part nickel Diameter: 21.2 mm Weight: 76.16 grains (5 grams) Edge: Plain Struck only as Proofs and available originally only in Proof sets.
1996-S 94232 1996-S 5C PR70DC 601 0 6010
1996-S Mintage: Circulation strikes: 0 Proofs: 2,525,625 Designed by: Felix 0. Schlag Composition: 0.75 part copper, 0.25 part nickel Diameter: 21.2 mm Weight: 76.16 grains (5 grams) Edge: Plain Struck only as Proofs and available originally only in Proof sets.
1997-S 94233 1997-S 5C PR70DC 893 0 8930
1997-S Mintage: Circulation strikes: 0 Proofs: 2,796,194 Designed by: Felix 0. Schlag Composition: 0.75 part copper, 0.25 part nickel Diameter: 21.2 mm Weight: 76.16 grains (5 grams) Edge: Plain Struck only as Proofs and available originally only in Proof sets.
1998-S 94234 1998-S 5C PR70DC 1116 0 11160
1998-S Mintage: Circulation strikes: 0 Proofs: 2,086,507 Designed by: Felix 0. Schlag Composition: 0.75 part copper, 0.25 part nickel Diameter: 21.2 mm Weight: 76.16 grains (5 grams) Edge: Plain Struck only as Proofs and available originally only in Proof sets.
1999-S 94235 1999-S 5C PR70DC 719 0 7190
1999-S Mintage: Circulation strikes: 0 Proofs: 2,543,401 Designed by: Felix 0. Schlag Composition: 0.75 part copper, 0.25 part nickel Diameter: 21.2 mm Weight: 76.16 grains (5 grams) Edge: Plain Struck only as Proofs and available originally only in Proof sets.
2000-S 94236 2000-S 5C PR70DC 708 0 7080
2000-S Mintage: Circulation strikes: 0 Proofs: 3,082,483 Designed by: Felix 0. Schlag Composition: 0.75 part copper, 0.25 part nickel Diameter: 21.2 mm Weight: 76.16 grains (5 grams) Edge: Plain Struck only as Proofs and available originally only in Proof sets.
2001-S 94237 2001-S 5C PR70DC 801 0 8010
2001-S Mintage: Circulation strikes: 0 Proofs: 2,294,043 Designed by: Felix 0. Schlag Composition: 0.75 part copper, 0.25 part nickel Diameter: 21.2 mm Weight: 76.16 grains (5 grams) Edge: Plain Struck only as Proofs and available originally only in Proof sets.
2002-S 94238 2002-S 5C PR70DC 486 0 4860
2002-S Mintage: Circulation strikes: 0 Proofs: 2,277,720 Designed by: Felix 0. Schlag Composition: 0.75 part copper, 0.25 part nickel Diameter: 21.2 mm Weight: 76.16 grains (5 grams) Edge: Plain Struck only as Proofs and available originally only in Proof sets.
2003-S 94239 2003-S 5C PR70DC 971 0 9710
2003-S Mintage: Circulation strikes: 0 Proofs: 4,158,233 Designed by: Felix 0. Schlag Composition: 0.75 part copper, 0.25 part nickel Diameter: 21.2 mm Weight: 76.16 grains (5 grams) Edge: Plain Struck only as Proofs and available originally only in Proof sets.
2004-S Peace Medal 94240 2004-S 5C PR70DC 1005 0 10050
2004-S Peace Medal <br/> <br/> Mintage: <br/> Circulation strikes: 0 <br/> Proofs: 2,965,422 <br/> Name: Jefferson - Westward Expansion - Lewis & Clark Bicentennial Rev: Jefferson era peace medal design: two clasped hands, pipe and hatchet Composition: 0.75 part copper, 0.25 part nickel Diameter: 21.2 mm Weight: 76.16 grains (5 grams) Edge: Plain In the Spring of 2004 the U.S. Mint replaced the reverse with a design commemorating the Louisiana Purchase. In 1803, as president, Thomas Jefferson purchased that huge territory from Napoleon. This new reverse shows an European American shaking hands with a Native American. Above that an axe is crossed with a peace pipe.
2004-S Keel Boat 94241 2004-S 5C PR70DC 989 0 9890
2004-S Keel Boat Mintage: Circulation strikes: 0 Proofs: 2,965,422 Name: Jefferson - Westward Expansion - Lewis & Clark Bicentennial Rev: Lewis and Clark's Keelboat Composition: 0.75 part copper, 0.25 part nickel Diameter: 21.2 mm Weight: 76.16 grains (5 grams) Edge: Plain In the Fall of 2004 the reverse was replaced again. The Keel Boat reverse commemorates the Lewis and Clark expedition. They were authorized by Jefferson to explore the territory acquired in the Louisiana Purchase. The Keel Boats were used to travel up the Missouri river. It was on this journey that Lewis and Clark met up with Sacagawea, another important figure for US coins.
2005-S Bison 94242 2005-S 5C PR70DC 1294 0 12940
2005-S American Bison Mintage: Circulation strikes: 0 Proofs: 3,654,229 Name: Jefferson - Westward Expansion - Lewis & Clark Bicentennial Obv: Thomas Jefferson large profile right Rev: American Bison right Composition: 0.75 part copper, 0.25 part nickel Diameter: 21.2 mm Weight: 76.16 grains (5 grams) Edge: Plain In the spring of 2005 the U.S. Mint revives one of the most popular reverse designs the Bison. It is certainly the most popular design on any nickel. These animals used to roam the vast prairies in huge herds.
2005-S Western Waters 94243 2005-S 5C PR70DC 1180 0 11800
2005-S Western Waters Mintage: Circulation strikes: 0 Proofs: 3,654,229 Name: Jefferson - Westward Expansion - Lewis & Clark Bicentennial Subject: Ocean in View!, oh the joy! Obv: Jefferson, large profile Rev: Pacific coastline Composition: 0.75 part copper, 0.25 part nickel Diameter: 21.2 mm Weight: 76.16 grains (5 grams) Edge: Plain In the Fall of 2005 the reverse depicts the Ocean View as Lewis and Clark might have seen it when they arrived on the West Coast of the U.S.
2006-S Return to Monticello 94246 2006-S 5C PR70DC 719 0 7190
2006-S Return to Monticello Mintage: Circulation strikes: 0 Proofs: 3,077,820 Name: Jefferson large facing portrait - Enhanced Monticello Reverse Subject: Jefferson facing head Obv: Jefferson head facing Rev: Monticello, enhanced design Composition: 0.75 part copper, 0.25 part nickel Diameter: 21.2 mm Weight: 76.16 grains (5 grams) Edge: Plain
2007-S 150466 2007-S 5C PR70DC 452 0 4520
2007-S Mintage: Circulation strikes: 0 Proofs: 2,603,734 Composition: 0.75 part copper, 0.25 part nickel Diameter: 21.2 mm Weight: 76.16 grains (5 grams) Edge: Plain
2008-S 394924 2008-S 5C PR70DC 513 0 5130
2008-S Mintage: Circulation strikes: 0 Proofs: N/A Composition: 0.75 part copper, 0.25 part nickel Diameter: 21.2 mm Weight: 76.16 grains (5 grams) Edge: Plain
2009-S 407262 2009-S 5C PR70DC 506 0 5060
2009-S Mintage: Circulation strikes: 0 Proofs: N/A Composition: 0.75 part copper, 0.25 part nickel Diameter: 21.2 mm Weight: 76.16 grains (5 grams) Edge: Plain
2010-S 418789 2010-S 5C PR70DC 533 0 5330
2010-S Mintage: Circulation strikes: 0 Proofs: N/A Composition: 0.75 part copper, 0.25 part nickel Diameter: 21.2 mm Weight: 76.16 grains (5 grams) Edge: Plain
2011-S 505141 2011-S 5C PR70DC 225 0 7730
2011-S Mintage: Circulation strikes: 0 Proofs: N/A Composition: 0.75 part copper, 0.25 part nickel Diameter: 21.2 mm Weight: 76.16 grains (5 grams) Edge: Plain
2012-S 511872 2012-S 5C PR70DC 38 0 3360
2013-S 517526 2013-S 5C PR70DC 306 0 4600
2014-S 524444 2014-S 5C PR69DC 1996 406 2842535
2015-S 537572 2015-S 5C PR70DC 269 0 7630
2016-S 2016-S 5C