My Monster Toned Jefferson Nickel
Here is a couple photos of the most brightly toned coin in my collection. I've had this 1964 Proof Jefferson for over 20 years now. It was stored in the small Manila coin envelope it was in when I bought from the dealer, until I found it again stashed in my hall closet storage bin. It did NOT look like this when I bought it and must have toned over the years of sitting undisturbed. Imagine my surprise (and delight) when I pulled it out and saw these spectacular colors Blue, Gold and Magenta. I sent it off to PCGS for grading and they gave it a Pf67 grade.
Now I'm torn. I love the way the coin looks, BUT I also know that monster toners like this can go for some serious dough, that I could use to buy MORE COINS. So I'm asking the forum, what do you all think.
Should I keep it or sell it?