Ed Calhoun

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  1. Thanks for all the information, I am just starting to get into coins so I need all the help I can get. Thanks again
  2. Thanks for sharing your pictures, really nice nickels. I am just starting to get into coins and I have trouble telling some of the nickels apart, mostly the proofs and the sms coins, alot of the proofs coins that I see look like . I just got a 1967, 68 and 69 set. Only one set was decent the others were really bad. I don't know how that happens, I guess I shouldn't buy unless I look at them first. Thanks everyone Ed
  3. Thank you I am glad you told me before I did it, I sure don't want to lose my money. Thanks again Ed
  4. Thanks for telling me that I did not know that, the one 62 and a 63 that I have are really nice FS Jefferson Nickels. Thanks for all the help. ps here are a few pictures of the 64 and 63.
  5. I'm not sure but it is really nice. Thanks for all your information, I know I need to get it graded but being on social security money is hard to come by. Thank you
  6. It looks like a proof, I got it out of a SMS set, I have a few nice nickels most of them I got out of bank rolls from Chase Bank in Arizona. I have a 1964 nickel that is really nice that came out of a bank roll. Don't know to much about it. Hopefully someone can help me with this one and tell me a little about it. Thanks guys and girls
  7. The one is a 1965 Jefferson nickel that I took out of a SMS set., not the 62, the 62 is on the left. Thanks
  8. I must of put the wrong pictures on, I have a few nice sms nickels, here is one out of a sms set from 1965. Thanks guys I look up nickels everyday they are hard to find. Thanks again The one to the right is a sms 1965 Jefferson nickel that I took out of a sms set. Snoiser27
  9. Full step Jefferson nickels do exist, I have got a few, some of the full step Jefferson nickels that I have was found in bank rolls. Here is a few pictures of the ones that I have. What do you guys think. Great article guys. Thanks Snoiser27
  10. Full step Jefferson nickels do exist, I have got a few, some of the full step Jefferson nickels that I have was found in bank rolls. Here is a few pictures of the ones that I have. What do you guys think. Great article guys. Thanks Snoiser27
  11. 1962 p Jefferson nickels are they business strikes or proofs. I have a few of them that has full steps, I also have the 63 and the 64 all are p. I got these from a Chase bank in Arizona. I've never seen nickels this nice come from bank rolls. Thanks for the help