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  • Early Type 3 Cent Nickel 1865-1889 G-VG

    → Early Type 3 Cent Nickel 1865-1889 G-VG Early Type 3 Cent Nickel 1865-1889 G -VG Description : Civil War era silver shortages led to widespread hoarding of all silver coins, and most one and five cent coins as well. Various alternatives were tried, including encapsulated postage and privately issued coinage. The Treasury eventually settled on issuing fractional currency. These small denomination (3 to 50 cent) notes were never popular, as they were easy to lose and unwieldy in large amounts. The answer

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  • 11496 First Year of Issue Three-Cent Nickel 1865 Wall Framed Memora...

    11496 The Civil War caused a crisis in U.S. currency, and coinage was hoarded for its Silver content, leaving small change scarce. This made it difficult to carry out day to day commerce. From the chaos, emerged odd denominations such as the Three Cent Nickel which circulated from 1865 to 1889. The unique coin got its name from the alloy used to produce it; 25 percent nickel and 75 percent copper. Designed by James B. Longacre, the classic Liberty head motif is featured on the obverse of the coin. On the

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  • Three Cent Nickels VF

    → Three Cent Nickels VF Three Cent Nickels VF Civil War era silver shortages led to widespread hoarding of all silver coins, and most one and five cent coins as well. Various alternatives were tried, including encapsulated postage and privately issued coinage. The Treasury eventually settled on issuing fractional currency. These small denomination (3 to 50 cent) notes were never popular, as they were easy to lose and unwieldy in large amounts. The answer to this issue was reached in 1865 with the

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  • CP #144 THREE CENT-NICKEL

    CP #144 THREE CENT-NICKEL Item Number: ACP14403A BLACK $4.44 WHITE $4.44 Detailed Description Capital Plastics First class handcrafted holder Inert plexiglass acrylic plastic Will never fade or discolor Cointains no sulfur, acid or polyvinyl chloride (PVC) Made of 3 panels of plexiglass: 1/8" thick colored center panel which contains the coin openings & printing 1/10 thick clear panels for the front & back Panels are held together by clear plastic screws & post Coins not included Deluxe single coin holder

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  • 1585 World War I Coin and Stamp Collection Wall Framed Memorabilia

    1585 Never before have so many sacrificed so much. The 65 million men who were mobilized for military service during World War I are honored with American Coin Treasures' collection of true rarities. It begins with a Lincoln Wheat penny, a Buffalo nickel and a silver Mercury dime, all struck in the war years of 1914 to 1918. Three US postage stamps complete the set: the 8 cent General John J. Pershing released in 1961, the 22 cent Veterans World War I, 1985, and the 3 cent "Win the War" Victory Stamp, 1942.

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  • Three Cent 3c Nickel 1865 AU

    → Three Cent 3c Nickel 1865 AU Three Cent 3c Nickel 1865 AU 8 In Stock 14043 Description : Details : 3361 Indian Head Cent 1857 G-VG (Flying Eagle ) 3234 Uncirculated Franklin Half Dollar 1955 $27 .95 3216 Uncirculated Franklin Half Dollar 1948 -D 3215 Uncirculated Franklin Half Dollar 1948 15084 US Two Cent Piece 1865 Very Fine 15169 Certified Uncirculated Silver Eagle 2014 MS70 NGC Early Release $54.95

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  • 3-Cent Nickels (Proof)

    > Lot #1069 > 1886 3cN PCGS/CAC Proof 64 OGH Proof mintage of 4,290 coins. Great type coin. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal. Minimum Bid 11.00 2-Cent & 3-Cent Pieces 3-Cent Nickels (Proof) Three-Cent Nickels 1865 -1889 Three Cent Nickel 4,290 1.94g / 0 .06oz Description 166 : Monday - Internet Auction # 448 1886 3cN NGC Proof 64 117: Monday - Internet Auction # 246 1886 3cN PCGS Proof 64 292: Internet Auction # 145 1886 3cN PCGS Proof 64 350: Auction 43: The Cook Family Collection Next Bid:

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  • 50004 New York Times D Day Framed Memorabilia

    50004 Code named operation overlord, American, British and Canadian forces began battle also known as D Day on June 6, 1944. Some say it was the beginning of the end of the war in Europe as allied forces defeated the German Nazis. Celebrate the heroes of this historical battle and enjoy reading the front page of the New York Times dated June 7, 1944. The official reproduction of front page of New York Times is displayed in a 16 by 14 inch black wood frame and includes 6 genuine US coins and 4 mint US

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  • 3 Cent Nickel 1865-1889 Good

    U.S. 3 Cent Nickel 1865-1889 Good Item Number: 13114 Detailed Description U.S. 1865-1889 “Liberty” 3 Cent Nickel. Obsolete for well over a century, this historic coin was introduced after the Civil War, when super-hard nickel was no longer needed for armaments. Only 32 million ever existed. Even in their own day there weren’t nearly enough of these coins to go around. Most got a lot of use in commerce and the great majority were destroyed after recall. The compact piece, with one of the prettiest Liberty

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  • Early Type Shield Nickel 1866-1883 G-VG

    → Early Type Shield Nickel 1866-1883 G-VG Early Type Shield Nickel 1866-1883 G -VG Description : Shield nickels were struck only at the Philadelphia Mint, and more than 126 million were produced from 1866 until the next design change in 1883. For such a short-lived series there are a surprising number of rarities. The two key issues are from 1877 and 1878, when only proofs were struck. Among business strikes, the years 1879-1881 are low mintage dates and worth large premiums in all grades. There are two

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  • 3 Cent Nickel 1865-1889 Good

    U.S. 3 Cent Nickel 1865-1889 Good Item Number: 13114 Detailed Description U.S. 1865-1889 “Liberty” 3 Cent Nickel. Obsolete for well over a century, this historic coin was introduced after the Civil War, when super-hard nickel was no longer needed for armaments. Only 32 million ever existed. Even in their own day there weren’t nearly enough of these coins to go around. Most got a lot of use in commerce and the great majority were destroyed after recall. The compact piece, with one of the prettiest Liberty

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  • Silver Nickel Complete Type Set AU+

    Wartime Nickel typeset, all mints, all 35% silver (each coin contains 0.05625 troy oz of pure silver). In a Capital holder. Coins in AU and better condition, holder has dulled surfaces and scratches. World War II prompted the rationing of many commodities. Nickel was highly valued for use in armor plating, and Congress ordered the removal of this metal from the five-cent piece, effective October 8, 1942. From that date, and lasting through the end of 1945, five-cent pieces bore the regular design but were

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  • Five Coin Standing Liberty Type Set

    Five Coin Standing Liberty Type Set Five Coin Standing Liberty Type Set DETAILS TYPESET1 8 Includes A Walking Liberty Half, Standing Liberty Quarter, Mercury Dime, Buffalo Nickel And Indian Cent. This type set includes five popular coins including three different Liberty designs. The set includes a Walking Liberty half dollar (issued 1916-1947), a Standing Liberty quarter (issued 1916-1930), a Mercury (winged headed liberty) dime (issued 1916-1945), Buffalo Nickel (issued 1913-1938) and an Indian cent

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  • Early Type 3 cent Silver 1851-1873 G-VG

    → Early Type 3 cent Silver 1851-1873 G-VG Early Type 3 cent Silver 1851-1873 G -VG Description : The United States three cent piece was a unit of currency equaling 3⁄100 of a United States dollar. The mint produced two different three-cent coins: the three-cent silver and the three-cent nickel. During the period from 1865 to 1873, both coins were minted, albeit in very small quantities for the silver three cent piece. The three cent coin has an unusual history. It was proposed in 1851 both as a result of

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  • 50 Gold Coin: American Gold Buffalo

    $50 Gold Coin: American Gold Buffalo The American Buffalo, also known as a , is a 24-karat gold bullion coin first offered for sale by the United States Mint on June 22, 2006, and available for shipment beginning on July 13. This was the first time ever that the United States Government has minted pure (.9999) 24-karat gold coins for the public[1]. The coin has a legal tender (face) value of US $50. Gold Buffalo In addition to requiring a presidential dollar coin series to begin in 2007 and redesigning the

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  • 1883 3cN PCGS/CAC Proof 66

    1883 3cN PCGS/CAC Proof 66 Proof mintage of 6,609 coins. Great type coin. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal. List Price 795.00 2-Cent & 3-Cent Pieces 3-Cent Nickels (Proof) Three-Cent Nickels 1865 -1889 Three Cent Nickel 6,609 1.94g / 0 .06oz Description 382 : Internet Auction # 786 1883 3cN PCGS/CAC Proof 66 134: Internet Auction # 782 1883 3cN PCGS Proof 66 - No Reserve! 402: Internet Auction # 782 1883 3cN NGC/CAC Proof 66 7764: Thursday - Internet Auction # 671 1883 3cN PCGS Proof 66 5051:

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  • Braided Hair Half Cent 1849-1857 Good

    U.S. Braided Hair Half Cent 1849-1857 Good Item Number: 19532 Unit Price: $139.00 Detailed Description The all-copper U.S. half cent could purchase a number of items in its day. And it was convenient in making change for the Spanish-American silver real ("royal"), which retained legal-tender status in the U.S.A. as a 12½ cent coin until 1857. Much bigger than today's cent and even larger than our current nickel, the U.S. half cent carried three distinct types of Liberty personifications in the 19th century.

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  • COINS & CURRENCY (Miscellanous)

    COINS & CURRENCY (Miscellanous ) COINS & CURRENCY, Miscellanous Description US coin accumulation in one carton. Consists of 30 1oz. Hamilton Mint silver bars, three 1 oz. Christmas silver bars, one 3 oz. Engelhard silver bar, 1000 grains Franklin Mint sterling silver bar, proof and mint sets from 1960 to 1979, original bank wrapped roll 1964 Kennedy Halves, 17 Morgan and Peace Dollars six Whitman books for Lincoln cents to Roosevelt dimes, a small box of British silver coins, 1967 Canada set with

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  • 1865 3CN MS65 NGC

    1865 3CN MS65 NGC Type Coin Company. You can get the full description and view more images of this coin, as well as view our complete inventory of great Type Coins at www .TypeCoinCompany .com

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  • 1867 3cN PCGS MS64

    1867 3cN PCGS MS64 Type coin. List Price 265.00 3-Cent Nickels Three-Cent Nickels 1865 -1889 Three Cent Nickel 3 ,915 ,000 1 .94g / 0 .06oz Description 177 : Monday - Internet Auction # 366 1867 3cN PCGS MS64 5168: Thursday - Internet Auction # 361 1867 3cN PCGS MS64 5113: Thursday - Internet Auction # 352 1867 3cN PCGS MS64 194: Monday - Internet Auction # 279 1867 3cN PCGS MS64 275: Internet Auction # 145 1867 3cN NGC MS64 276: Internet Auction # 145 1867 3cN PCGS MS64 5320: Internet Auction # 133

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  • US Two Cent Piece 1864 Lg G-VG

    → US Two Cent Piece 1864 Lg G-VG US Two Cent Piece 1864 Lg G -VG Description : Details : 14043 Three Cent 3c Nickel 1865 AU Availability: In Stock Price : $65 .00 5649 Early Type Seated Liberty Quarter 1838-1891 G -VG Availability : In Stock Price : $27 .95 15070 US Two Cent Piece 1871 G -VG Availability : In Stock Price : $52 .00 14004 Three Cent 3c Nickel 1865 VG -F Availability : In Stock Price: $18.50

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  • Draped Bust Half Cent 1800-1808 Good

    U.S. Draped Bust Half Cent 1800-1808 Good Item Number: 13067 Unit Price: $139.00 Detailed Description The all-copper U.S. half cent could purchase a number of items in its day. And it was convenient in making change for the Spanish-American silver real ("royal"), which retained legal-tender status in the U.S.A. as a 12½ cent coin until 1857. Much bigger than today's cent and even larger than our current nickel, the U.S. half cent carried three distinct types of Liberty personifications in the 19th century.

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  • 1857-58 Flying Eagle Cents - Choose Dates And Grades!

    1857-58 Flying Eagle Cents - Choose Dates And Grades! 1857-58 Flying Eagle Cents - Choose Dates And Grades ! DETAILS FECENT1 24 Flying Eagle Cent - Our Countries First Small Cent - Three Dates/Types And Three Grades Available - Choose Below! MintProducts offers both regular issue dates of this popular short lived series in three different grades (Good is shown in the picture). We also offer both 1858 varieties: The Small Letter variety where the "AM" in America is separated and the Large Letter variety

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  • 1865 3CN MS65 NGC

    1865 3CN MS65 NGC Visit www .davidlawrence .com . Nice type coin.

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  • 5 Coin Standing Liberty Type Set

    Includes A Walking Liberty Half, Standing Liberty Quarter, Mercury Dime, Buffalo Nickel And Indian Cent! This type set includes five popular coins including three different Liberty designs. The set includes a Walking Liberty half dollar (issued 1916-1947), a Standing Liberty quarter (issued 1916-1930), a Mercury (winged headed liberty) dime (issued 1916-1945), Buffalo Nickel (issued 1913-1938) and an Indian cent (issued 1859-1909). Each coin will be in good or better condition and the set comes housed in a

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  • List Price . . . . . . . . $575 .00

    1865 3cN NGC MS65 Nice type coin. List Price 575.00 2-Cent & 3-Cent Pieces 3-Cent Nickels Three-Cent Nickels 1865 -1889 Three Cent Nickel 11 ,382 ,000 1 .94g / 0 .06oz Description 24 : Internet Auction # 778 1865 3cN NGC MS65 91: Monday - Internet Auction # 432 1865 3cN PCGS MS65 189: Monday - Internet Auction # 402

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  • American Buffalo Gold Bullion Coins

    American Buffalo Gold Bullion Coins Production the American Buffalo 24-karat gold coins were authorized by Public Law 109-145 dated December 22, 2005, also known as the Presidential $1 Coin Act. The American Buffalo Gold coin's obverse and reverse designs feature images originally prepared by noted American sculptor James Earle Fraser, once a student of Augustus Saint-Gaudens, for America's 5-cent coin (nickel). That popular coin, known as the Indian Head, or was introduced in 1913 and showcases the native

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  • 1875-S Seated Liberty 20 Cent Piece F

    → 1875-S Seated Liberty 20 Cent Piece F 1875-S Seated Liberty 20 Cent Piece F Description: Key Date!Since we may have more than one of these coin(s) in stock, you should use this stock photograph as an indicator of the quality of the coin(s) you will receive. Be assured, you will receive the exact date, grade and mint mark . Details : 14005 Three Cent 3c Nickel 1866 VG -F Availability : In Stock Price : $18 .50 14429 US Large Cent 1831 LL Coronet Head Good Availability : In Stock Price : $30

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  • 1980 U.S. Proof Set 6 Coins

    1980 U.S. Proof Set 6 Coins Item Number: 15204 Detailed Description This dazzling 6-coin U.S. proof set includes finest-quality cent, nickel, dime, quarter, half dollar and dollar proofs. Deep-struck, frosted engravings contrast with mirror backgrounds. The U.S. Mint sealed display case shows both sides of each coin as it protects their pristine beauty. Now three decades old, this elegant proof set is gaining vintage status.

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  • 1883 3cN NGC/CAC Proof 66 - Colorful Toning

    > Lot #35 > 1883 3cN NGC/CAC Proof 66 - Colorful Toning Proof mintage of 6,609 coins. Great type coin. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal. List Price 775.00 2-Cent & 3-Cent Pieces 3-Cent Nickels (Proof) Three-Cent Nickels 1865 -1889 Three Cent Nickel 6,609 1.94g / 0 .06oz Description 382 : Internet Auction # 786 1883 3cN PCGS/CAC Proof 66 134: Internet Auction # 782 1883 3cN PCGS Proof 66 - No Reserve! 402: Internet Auction # 782 1883 3cN NGC/CAC Proof 66 7764: Thursday - Internet Auction # 671

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