Liberty Head

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Liberty Head

A U.S. coin on which Lady Liberty appears on the obverse. The appearance of Lady Liberty contrasts with, say, a U.S. president or a Native American bust. Prior to the 20th century, most U.S. coins were liberty heads. See also: Numismatics.
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One of the Liberty Heads was purchased by a George Walton for the price of $3,750; the coin was apparently so precious to him that it was found on him when he died in a car crash in 1962.
The appraisers at Heritage Auctions, where a 1913 Liberty Head nickel is set to be auctioned in April, certainly think so.
Liberty heads will be available in 100 or 125 grain heads and are identical in configuration to their sonic heads except for the included Zero Plane Technology.
The coins, known as Liberty Heads, were the preferred currency of the time and each weighed an ounce and are twice the size of a pounds 2 coin.

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