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2016-D nickel full stairs

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  • 2016-D nickel full stairs

    Hey everyone, This is my 1st post and my husband and I are still learning so I apologize if I dont use correct terminology.

    I am very confused on what makes full stairs on the Nickels. I have two 2016-D nickels here to look at. When Researching some articles say one thing and another article say something totally different. Very confused!!

    Are either of these two considered full stairs? Please help!
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    "Full Steps" is the term. I feel like contemporary Jeffersons are far more likely to have full steps compared to older issues. I believe these are full steps, yes. A quick check on eBay shows a lot of them for sale...

    Here is an article on them:
    Jason Cuvelier

    Lead attributer


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      Thank you si much for the help