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I've dug rougher!  At least you can see the date easily.  NICE!  GaryC/Oregon Coast

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Pretty good condition! I found a year later version this week. Kind like those 'v' nickels. Nice Find!

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Great job!!  Sure wish I could find a 'V' Nickel, It's on my list. Congrats!!

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Nice one, V nickels must be on sale this week lol

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Never dug one that nice.  The ground where I live really eats up both nickels and the old copper coins.  And even war nickels at some sites.

 

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Very nice, and don't look to bad at all.

Keep up the good work!

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