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1867 5C Rays Shield Nickel PR64 PCGS
A stunning rarity! Pastel gold and sunset pink toning grace the contrasted devices. The mirrors are crystal clear and the technical quality is superb. Exact numbers are elusive but it is estimated that possibly 25 pieces were struck! Designated as one
1878 5C Shield Nickel PR67DCAM PCGS
POP. 1 FINEST KNOWN!!! A powerful strike and bold definition highlight the bold ultra contrast. This coin is the plate coin for the date on PCGS Coinfacts website. It is stunning! Immaculate surfaces and soft pastel color that looks like a watercolor m
1882 5C Shield Nickel PR66 DCAM PCGS
WOW! A delightful shield nickel with mirrors that are as deep and clear as the Caribbean! This piece is not toned, the camera shows the mirrors as a dark blue but that is not the case. Wonderful quality and immaculate surfaces.
1903 5C PR67 DCAM PCGS/CAC
Dazzling, diamond bright surfaces have insured that this coin is at the top of the charts for grade and eye-appeal. Keep in mind 1903 proof coinage rarely shows cameo contrast...this immaculate beauty is frosty on the devices and the mirrors go on and on
1905 5C Liberty Nickel MS64 PCGS
Apricot, powder blue, mint green, yellow, pink and all the colors of the rainbow have found a spot on this gorgeous Lib nickel. The surface preservation looks gem to us... Must see!
1908 5C Liberty Nickel PR68* NGC
Finest known, in fact PCGS has not graded a 1908 nickel in PR68. This is an elegant piece with flawless surfaces and enchanting color. Ms. Liberty's face is pink with a blue field surrounding it...as you approach the rim brilliant orange, gold and pink
1937 5C Buffalo Nickel PR66+ PCGS/GOLD CAC
GOLD CAC sticker! This coin is stunning! It may be the most gorgeous Buffalo Nickel we have ever had the pleasure of offering. The mirrors are like chrome and the colors are spectacular and placed on the surfaces in a very uniform pattern. The colors
1937-D 3 Leg 5C Buffalo Nickel AU50 PCGS/CAC
A soft lavender and amber glow radiates from the surfaces. Very nice for an AU50 as the CAC sticker has indicated. A very clean coin with tremendous eye-appeal.
1937-D 5C Buffalo Nickel 3 LEG MS64 NGC
A fine example of the famous 3 Leg nickel. Almost gem and very nice for the MS64 grade.
1942 5C Jefferson Nickel PR67 PCGS
Wonderful rainbow toning on both sides! A magnificent Type 1 with phenomenal color. The obverse portrait is soft amber, surrounded by pink, orange, lime green and turquoise in circular pattern. The capital on the reverse is soft pink surrounded by baby
1944-D 5C Jefferson Nickel MS67* NGC
Star designated for extraordinary eye-appeal and we could not agree more! Spectacular luster is topped by Monster color! The obverse is toned in a swirl of shades of lime and strawberry sherbet ..the reverse is similarly toned with orange sherbet added
1948-D 5C Jefferson Nickel MS66 PCGS
Incredible fuchsia, lime green, orange and turquoise swirl atop the pristine surfaces. Abundant luster radiates beneath...this coin is sheer perfection with MONSTER color.
1960 5C Jefferson Nickel PR67 PCGS
Much more impressive than the image portrays. This coin shows glittering, clear mirrors. The surfaces are flawless, the color is magnificent (but doesn't photograph well). The obverse is brilliant turquoise and mint green, the reverse is turquoise with
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