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1939 5C Reverse of 1938 PR65 PCGS #4176

Teletrade Auction (February 1999): Nice gem strike with the 'wavy steps' of the 1938 reverse.

1939 5C Reverse of 1938 PR65 PCGS #4176

Teletrade Auction (February 1999): Nice gem strike with the 'wavy steps' of the 1938 reverse.

1940 5C Reverse of 1938 PR66 PCGS #94177

eBay Auction (March 2009): Nicely struck proof with subtle hues of lilac, cobalt-blue and straw-yellow in the fields. This variety has the faintly rendered steps on Montecello.

1940 5C Reverse of 1938 PR66 PCGS #94177

eBay Auction (March 2009): Nicely struck proof with subtle hues of lilac, cobalt-blue and straw-yellow in the fields. This variety has the faintly rendered steps on Montecello.

1942-P 5C Type 2 PR64 PCGS #4180

1942-P Jefferson Nickel Type 2 PR64 { PCGS-4 } (Apr'2013) Mid-year, the composition of the nickel was changed to reduce the copper content and eliminate the zinc content and add silver in support of the war effort during WWII. This coin has nice surfaces, clean reflective fields and plenty of luster.

1942-P 5C Type 2 PR64 PCGS #4180

1942-P Jefferson Nickel Type 2 PR64 { PCGS-4 } (Apr'2013) Mid-year, the composition of the nickel was changed to reduce the copper content and eliminate the zinc content and add silver in support of the war effort during WWII. This coin has nice surfaces, clean reflective fields and plenty of luster.

1942-P 5C Type 2 PR64 PCGS #4180

1942-P Jefferson Nickel Type 2 PR64 { PCGS-4 } (Apr'2013) Mid-year, the composition of the nickel was changed to reduce the copper content and eliminate the zinc content and add silver in support of the war effort during WWII. This coin has nice surfaces, clean reflective fields and plenty of luster.