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    1883 Liberty Nickel Pattern, PR64
    Judd-1712, 33 N. 67 C.

    1883 5C Liberty Head Five Cents, Judd-1712, Pollock-1916, Low R.6, PR64 PCGS. The obverse resembles the final Charles Barber design for the Liberty nickel, but rather than stars, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA encircles the head. The date 1883 is below. The reverse wreath is also familiar, but FIVE shows at the top rim, with CENTS at the bottom, and the alloy 33 N. / 67 C. becomes the central legend. Unusual for a U.S. design, the reverse border has 13 stars. Struck in nickel alloy with a plain edge. A well preserved stone-gray near-Gem that exhibits slight cameo contrast. The strike is sharp except on the left ear of corn. Certified in a green label holder.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 2AL2, PCGS# 62129)

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