How much is a 1964 JEFFERSON NICKEL worth? – Do these coins sell for thousands?

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Have you ever found a coin in your pocket change and wonder if it's worth anything more than face value? Sometimes rare coins pass through our hands every day without knowing it! Featured is a 1964 Jefferson nickel. It's an older coin, but did you know some examples are worth many thousands of dollars?

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17 Comments on “How much is a 1964 JEFFERSON NICKEL worth? – Do these coins sell for thousands?”

  1. I’ve come across several bu rolls never opened and I have never found any with full steps, but I keep searching, thanks

  2. The only thing that dictates price is demand, rarity and grade mean little. The Ike dollars you mentioned earlier are a good example or better yet the state quarters hot in the beginning, a 70 set would set you back 5000 dollars now you can get one for around 800.

    1. Johnny Young stop telling the world you have these coins. stay quiet & go get it graded so you can put some money in your pocket

  3. Good video. What are other non-cherry picked Jefferson nickels to look for in pocket change?

  4. Just like everyone else I’ve probably handled a million of these coins in pocket change and also in coin roll hunting and never knew until this video about the RPM on the Denver coin. Thanks BlueRidge. Great video.

  5. Can you please explain how a 1964 ms 67 be worth $2800 and a proof 64 Jefferson Nickel worth less than 5 bucks

    1. Hi Travis, proof coins are designed to be minted at the highest possible quality. Most times, they grade 67/68 pretty easily, out of the package. Which makes them less valuable unless they are 69/70 and deep cameo. However, the business strike (made for circulation) coins are rushed through with no care of the die and planchet quality. Which makes them tough to grade high without the strong strikes and blazing lusters. Most of the coins during the 60’s lack any measure of good quality. Hope this helps.

  6. I have an unrelated question. I found a 1971 D penny that weighs 3.34 and can’t find any information on it any help would be grateful

  7. Be there Blue Ridge! Another video nailed. It used to be that the 1953 and 1954 San Francisco minted Jeffersons were the toughest to find in high grades let alone with full steps on them because these strikes were absolutely awful. Now anything in the 1960s, particularly 60 through 64 are extremely difficult to find in 66 or higher, especially with full steps. As alwaysBlue Ridge, great content!!!

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