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Top Pop 1958-D Jefferson Nickel Featured in Our Current iAuction #3532

A staggering 168,249,120 Jefferson nickels were struck at the Denver Mint in 1958, which amounted to more than one nickel for each member of the U.S. population, as per the 1950 Census. Even with this huge quantity, heavily circulation has ensured that very few examples survive at any appreciable levels of preservation.

The present offering is an exception, a glorious Superb Gem with satiny surfaces displaying rainbow pastels on both sides. Accentuating the pristine surfaces is a sharp strike that reflects the pinnacle of coinage procedures, rendering the steps of Monticello as full and as sharp as designer Felix Schlag intended.  This piece shares the coveted MS-67 FS grade with only a dozen other coins in PCGS holders, and not a single finer event is noted at either of the top two grading services.

This gorgeous Top Pop jewel is surely destined for a prestigious PCGS Registry Set or an expert assemblage of 20th century type. We expect it to elicit fierce bidding activity when Live Bidding begins on Sunday, May 31 at 10:00 PST. For this and many other collector-grade and world-class offerings, please view our current iAuction #3532 at StacksBowers.com.     

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