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1873 5C Shield Nickel Closed 3 PR67 PCGS
Population 4 with but 1 finer. This is a pristine beauty with soft pastel color that will delight. The obverse is soft pink in the center and surrounded by sky blue patina. The reverse is split down the middle vertically, one side amber the other side
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.
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
1912 5C Liberty Nickel PR67 PCGS
Dazzling! Sunset shades of pink, blue and orange sherbet dance upon the surfaces. The image does not do this coin justice, it is breathtaking in beauty. Flawless and rainbow toned with intense luster qualities.
1913-S 5C Buffalo Nickel MS65 PCGS
Soft champagne-gold patina interspersed with pink toning graces both sides of this Buffalo. PQ+++ for the grade, with frosty luster and sharp definition. PCGS Price Guide lists the date at $3,400
1937 5C Buffalo Nickel PR68 NGC
INCREDIBLE NEON COLOR!!! Both sides are blessed with neon green, neon pink, neon orange and mirrors that are as deep as the ocean. A coin with drop dead gorgeous appeal. Immaculate surfaces.
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.
1937-D 5C Buffalo Nickel 3 Leg MS65+ PCGS/CAC
CAC stickered for quality and originality. What a magnificent 20th century marvel this coin is! Bright, satin-like luster abounds and the color is MONSTER! Glorious pink, mint green, turquoise and purple adorn the obverse. This is a 65plus that is so
1938-D 5C Buffalo Nickel MS67+ PCGS
A remarkable representative of the Denver mint Buffalo Nickel. Brightly lustrous, exquisitely preserved and graced with rainbow toning at the rims. On the obverse we see petal pink, soft blue, amber, sage green and lavender! MS67 with the plus awarded
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
1950-D Jefferson Nickel MS66+ PCGS
Glorious color and pristine surfaces. Brightly lustrous with bullseye toning in shades of pink, sky blue, mint green and amber adorn the obverse. The reverse sports the same toning pattern and lovely pastel colors.
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