Jefferson War Nickel - Full Date, Random Dates 1942 - 1945, 35% Silver Coin!
World War II prompted the rationing of many commodities. Nickel was highly valued for use in armor plating, and Congress ordered the removal of this metal from the five-cent piece, effective October 8, 1942. From that date, and lasting through the end of 1945, five-cent pieces bore the regular design but were minted from an alloy
These coins were minted by the United States Mint from the years 1942 to 1945 and contain 35% Silver! The images depicted show the similar quality of the coin you will receive. These are rare coins over 70 years old!
You will receive one (1), randomly dated, Silver, Lincoln War Nickel with FULL DATE in a similar condition to the ones shown, in a protective holder.