1913 Liberty Head Nickel


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1913 Liberty Head Nickel

A rare five-cent coin manufactured in the United States. One was sold in 2001 for $1.84 million. See also: Numismatics.
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1913 Liberty Head nickel, NGC Proof 64, $3,290,000 (Heritage Auctions).
1913 Liberty Head nickel, once branded a fake, has been sold at an auction for US$3.
The world's most famous rare coin, the Walton 1913 Liberty Head nickel that was recovered from a car crash and has an estimated value today of $2.
5 million or more, Professional Coin Grading Service has certified the authenticity and grade of the famous Walton 1913 Liberty Head nickel as PCGS Secure Proof 63.
The appraisers at Heritage Auctions, where a 1913 Liberty Head nickel is set to be auctioned in April, certainly think so.
Smith said the new owner sold "a handful of other coins" at attractive prices to raise the funds to acquire the 1913 Liberty Head nickel, which is now the star of his collection.
A 1913 Liberty Head nickel sold for $1 million in 1993, another sold for $1.
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At auction an uncommon 1913 Liberty Head nickel, buried in a family closet for 40 years was sold for $3.
The famous coin will be encapsulated in PCGS tamper-resistant plastic packaging following its display at the annual ANA Convention, where it has been reunited with the four other specimens of the 1913 Liberty Head Nickel.
The exhibit's non-profit sponsor, the American Numismatic Association, said the event - the $1 billion contents of which include $100,000 bills and four of the five 1913 Liberty Head nickels - travels around the country every year.
Here's what will be exhibited together for this one day only show: -- Coins: Four 1913 Liberty Head nickels with a combined value of $10 million will be publicly displayed together for the first time since 1920.