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Each of these Liberty Nickels is a damaged, or exceptionally worn example of the series. Dates will range from 1883-1912! P & D Mints included!
An affordable way to expand your collection, 40 count rolls of Cull Liberty ‘V’ Nickels are now available at Provident Metals.
Each coin is in cull condition, which means it has visible damage. Mintage dates range from 1883 to 1912 — the 29 year span during which the coin was produced.
Designed by Charles Barber, the obverse features a profile portrait of Liberty, with 13 stars encircling her head. The year of mintage is inscribed below.
The reverse features the letter ‘V’ surrounded by a wreath of laurel. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA and E PLURIBUS UNUM are also inscribed.
Expand your collection! Use our secure online ordering system to purchase this 40 count roll of Cull Liberty ‘V’ Nickels today.
About the Liberty Nickel
The Liberty Nickel — often referred to as the ‘V’ Nickel — was produced by the United States Mint from 1883 until 1912. Both obverse and reverse designs were created by Mint Chief Engraver, Charles Barber. In 1913, production of the coin ceased, and was replaced by the Buffalo Nickel.