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Nickels

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    1938-D Buffalo & Jefferson Nickel Pair Fine

    1938-D Buffalo & Jefferson Nickel Pair Fine

    These radically different nickels share this overlapping date. In its final year, the beloved Buffalo nickel was only struck by the Denver Mint. After 25 years of service, it was retired and the Jefferson nickel slid into its place the same year and was...

    Was: $19.00
    Now: $15.00
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    2004 & 2005 Jefferson Nickel Proofs 4-Coin Set

    2004 & 2005 Jefferson Nickel Proofs 4-Coin Set

    The U.S. Mint commemorated the Louisiana Purchase and the Lewis & Clark expedition bicentennials with new nickel designs. This set includes the 2004 Peace Medal and Keelboat and 2005 Bison and Ocean nickels in fabulous proof quality.

    Was: $22.00
    Now: $15.00
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    1867-1883 Shield Nickel No Rays Fine

    1867-1883 Shield Nickel No Rays Fine

    Minted after the Civil War to replace fractional currency, this was America's first nickel five-cent piece. Chief Engraver James B. Longacre created the obverse design based on his previous two-cent piece which featured the familiar U.S. shield and...

    Was: $69.00
    Now: $49.00
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    1968-2008 Jefferson Nickel S-Mint Proof 43 Coin Set

    1968-2008 Jefferson Nickel S-Mint Proof 43 Coin Set

    This 43-coin collection features every S-mint Jefferson Nickel proof in the first 70 years of the popular series, with the exception of the Type II issues from 1979 and 1981. Proofs from the 2004 and 2005 Westward Journey series commemorating the...

    Was: $167.00
    Now: $159.00
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  • 1912-D Liberty Head Nickel Good Image 1

    1912-D Liberty Head Nickel Good

    Fewer than a million were produced almost a century ago, during the last year of issue for the series. It was the only year specimens were struck at the Denver branch mint. Over three times as many were output in Philadelphia that year. Good quality.

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  • 1883 Gold Plated Liberty V Nickel Image 1

    1883 Gold Plated Liberty V Nickel

    In 1883, the new Liberty Head nickel's five cent denomination was noted with only a large Roman numeral V. Swindlers quickly began to gold plate some of the new coins to pass off as $5 gold pieces. The U.S. Mint revised the design and added the word...

    $69.00
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  • 1941-S Jefferson Nickel Brilliant Uncirculated Image 1

    1941-S Jefferson Nickel Brilliant Uncirculated

    In 1941 the final U.S. nickels were produced with 25% nickel and 75% copper. Nickel was a critical metal during World War II, so beginning in 1942 a combination of copper, silver and manganese was used. Of the three mints, this S-mint Jefferson specimen...

    $25.00
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