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Early Nickel Types

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    1912-S Liberty Head Nickel Certified ICG VG10

    1912-S Liberty Head Nickel Certified ICG VG10

    San Francisco issued the Liberty Head nickel for just one year in 1912. Its tiny mintage of only 238,000 pieces was the lowest of the series. This date is also one of only two issues in the series to contain a mintmark. Slabbed and certified VG-10 by ICG...

    Was: $325.00
    Now: $255.00
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    1912-S Liberty Head V Nickel Certified F-12

    1912-S Liberty Head V Nickel ANACS Certified F-12

    This final date nickel issued by the San Francisco Mint had the lowest mintage of the series, with just 238,000 produced. In addition to its miniscule output, it was also the only Liberty Head nickel struck by San Francisco and is just one of two issues...

    Was: $399.00
    Now: $379.00
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  • 1912-S Liberty Head V Nickel Certified VG-8

    1912-S Liberty Head V Nickel Certified VG-8

    This final date nickel issued by the San Francisco Mint had the lowest mintage of the series, with just 238,000 produced. In addition to its miniscule output, it was also the only Liberty Head nickel struck by San Francisco and is just one of two issues...

    $299.00
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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...

    $89.00
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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.

    $15.00
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