2007-D Montana quarter on a struck Jefferson nickel. The coin is a double-denomination, with the designs of both a quarter and a nickel showing, although the nickel design shows faintly. This is often the case with quarters on struck nickels that the underlying nickel design will be 95% obliterated. Monticello and various other traces of design are visible on the quarters reverse, and some lettering and faint traces of design are visible on the obverse side. There are 3 or 4 Montana quarters on struck nickels known, making it very rare, although still the most "common" state quarter double-denomination.
PCGS MS-64 white and problem-free