Top 16 Doubled Die Obverse Jefferson Nickel Varieties – Photos & Values – Full PCGS / NGC DDOs List

These are the Top 16 doubled die obverse Jefferson Nickels that you should be searching for – they are the complete set of varieties attributed by PCGS and NGC, the two major third-party grading companies. These coins will all be worth more money than their regular, non-variety counterparts, and are fun to search for and collect. Variety coins are a great aspect of coin collecting that I believe represents one of the last frontiers of treasure hunting within the hobby, and this guide should help you be more fully prepared to do so within the Jefferson Nickel series. This video covers both regular, clad Jefferson nickel varieties, and silver WWII War Nickel Jefferson nickel varieties.

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4 Comments on “Top 16 Doubled Die Obverse Jefferson Nickel Varieties – Photos & Values – Full PCGS / NGC DDOs List”

  1. SO WONDERFUL ARE TREASURE TOWNS COINS, IS LIKE HAVE A TREASURE OF KNOWLEDGE THANKS TO HIS GREAT HOST CHRISTIAN HARTCH👍🇺🇲🏆🇺🇲

  2. I’ve popped in and out of the coin Chanel’s and you can trust what this young man covers. That and one of those kids you wish were your own. Just my humble opinion…..

  3. Used this video to go through an old set of nickels I bought years ago and have sitting around. How about this? There was a 1946 S DDO sitting in there all this time! It’s not the nicest coin you’ll ever see, but it does match both your slide and the PCGS site and should grade out somewhere between good and fine, which is OK by me.

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