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Re: Grade distributing within modern 5 cents rolls

Not a change by decade, more by year sequences, obverse type and coin composition. From 63 to 65 realy bashed up, 66 to 72 velvet feel, 73 to 78 duller look, 79 to 81 probably the nicest issue in nickel, the entire copper nickel series more difficult to get in 64 up and from 2000 to 2005 really badly scratched. Some improvemnets in the plated coins from 2006 onwards. I may be off by a year since I'm doing it from memory.

5cents, 2/10/2011
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