Week # 64 - It's 9:34pm on a Friday night...
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Name the only United States coin design to have its mintmark location moved twice.

 

First post that correctly answers wins 1 free early bird submission.

 

Don't forget, we also draw for a runner-up prize from all remaining posts with a correct answer.

 

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REMINDER: The Numisma-Quest ends/ended on Saturday at midnight EST. Entries after that time will not be valid. See the Trivia Info post for more details.

 

 

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Jefferson nickel, first on the reverse to the side of Monticello, then moved above Monticello(WWII silver designation) and finally moved to the obverse.

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Jefferson Nickel,

 

Right of Monticello, above Monticello, and below the date.

 

-JamminJ

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Jefferson nickel! Once in the 1942-45 wartime nickels to above Monticello (then back to its original location to the right of Monticello) and once again to its obverse in 1968 (below the date). smile.gif

 

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I know I know I am to late but I had to pipe in and say the Jefferson Nickel

1938-1942 on back on side of building

1942-1945 on back on top of dome

1946-1964 on back on side of building

1968 to present on front

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I know it's too late, but I guess it's the Jefferson nickel.

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QUESTION: Name the only United States coin design to have its mintmark location removed twice.

 

ANSWER: The Jefferson Nickel

 

 

The winner is dragon!

Your prize is 1 free early bird submission.

 

 

Runner up winner is carter haines! You will be receiving a display box.

 

Your prizes will be sent out ASAP.

 

 

Thanks for your participation!

 

 

 

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So, let me ask a stupid question.

 

How many answers is a single poster permitted? For example, if I'd posted nine incorrect responses and got it right on the tenth try, and all ten responses arrived before anyone else's, would I have been the winner?

 

In my opinion (since nobody asked), carterhaines is the legitimate winner, and no poster should be allowed more than one answer. Fair is fair.

 

Beijim

 

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