1869 Five Cent Pattern in Nickel
1869 5C Five Cents, Judd-684, Pollock-763, R.5, PR64 PCGS.
Ex: Benson. Similar to the contemporary three cent nickel, but the
Roman numeral V replaces the Roman III, and a Maltese cross and a
scroll bearing the motto closes the reverse wreath. Struck in
nickel with a plain edge. Caramel-gold and stone-gray toning blends
throughout this nicely struck and undisturbed specimen.
Ex: Hollinbeck Stamp & Coin Company, circa 1945, lot 1564; Benson Collection (Ira & Larry Goldberg, 2/2003), lot 1806. (NGC ID# 29R3, PCGS# 60909)
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