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    1868 Judd-633 Five Cent Nickel Pattern, PR65 Cameo

    1868 5C Five Cents, Judd-633, Pollock-705, R.5, PR65 Cameo PCGS. This pattern for a five cent nickel is similar to the regular design for the three cent nickel as introduced in 1865, with the obverse similar to the three cent nickel obverse but larger, with a prominent star on Liberty's coronet. On the reverse, a laurel wreath is topped with a small Maltese cross. A ribbon with IN GOD WE TRUST wraps beneath the cross, and the whole ensemble surrounds a large V in the center, again paralleling the regular three cent issue. Struck in nickel with a plain edge. This is the High Date subvariety of this pattern, with the date equidistant between the denticles and bust truncation. The surfaces are brilliant and untoned, save for a light golden cast, and provide splendid field-device contrast with exemplary eye appeal. (NGC ID# 29NN, PCGS# 860851)

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