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Cherished American Nickels
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Cherished American Nickels
The liberty "V" nickel was first minted in 1883 and last struck for circulation over 100 years ago. Obverse features a portrait of Liberty surrounded by 13 stars, with reverse displaying Roman numeral "V" contained within a wreath of cotton, corn, wheat, and tobacco.

The buffalo nickel replaced the liberty nickel in 1913, and was struck until 1938. Obverse features a composite of 3 Native American chiefs, with a mighty American buffalo on the reverse.

Both coins arrive nestled in attractive display card with Certificate of Authenticity printed on back, contained in a sealed vinyl protective pouch.

Mint years vary.
Cherished American Nickels