1964 US Nickel
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Well I can't see it well but my understanding is that no step can be broken in any way, no matter how small a knick may be-broken is broken.

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11 hours ago, KarenHolcomb said:

Well I can't see it well but my understanding is that no step can be broken in any way, no matter how small a knick may be-broken is broken.

Your understanding is correct. I put them under a microsope before I consider them FS. Can't tell about this coin--need a lot more blown up image.

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I can't tell from the glare - is there a mint mark to the right of Monticello (the building, not the word)?

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21 hours ago, Conder101 said:

Almost looks like a mis-handled proof.

What do you mean mishandled and I believe it is a proof explain mishandled if you don't mind 

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20 hours ago, Just Bob said:

I can't tell from the glare - is there a mint mark to the right of Monticello (the building, not the word)?

no there is no mint mark 

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It appears to be showing some spots, finger prints and potentially other marks etc.

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