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1869 5C Shield Nickel PR65 NGC
1884 5C Liberty Nickel PR66CAM PCGS
Caribbean blue-green toning is joined by amber and lilac. Very dramatic contrast and superior eye-appeal. Nice for the grade.
1885 5C Liberty Nickel PR66+ NGC
Since the 1885 mintstate nickel is the premier issue, the proof coin is in high demand also. An enticing example with subtle contrast and stellar color. Soft pastel shades of peach, mint green, baby blue, petal pink and lilac are veiled atop the surface
1886 5C Liberty Nickel MS64 PCGS
KEY DATE! The luster is pleasing and the untoned surfaces show cartwheel brilliance. Some of the stars are softly struck and the reverse shows some weakness as well in terms of strike. However, this date is always in demand and the quality is all there
1915 5C Buffalo Nickel PR67+ PCGS/CAC
The Philadelphia mint struck a mere 1,050 matte proofs in 1915 and survivors are scarce. This coin looks as if it were minted yesterday and never touched! Pristine surfaces and a soft veil of gold drapes atop the surfaces on both sides. Pop 5/2.
1923 5C Buffalo Nickel MS66 PCGS
Original dove gray toning envelopes both sides of this impeccably preserved gem. No distractions or marks to speak of and the strike though soft at the centers is typical for the date. Possibly a candidate for regrade and PCGS has graded only 16 finer.
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
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