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1883NC

AU58

NGC 2549415006

$65

NO CENTS one year Liberty Nickel type coin example that would play nicely in any AU collection. Nice underlying luster on both the obverse and reverse, just light wear on the high points. . Choice. New 2/1

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1883

MS62

PCGS 35894810

$215

This With CENTS example displays lustrous, original  amber toned surfaces combined with a nearly full strike, as obverse stars 1 and 2  show partially complete  detail. Multiple large die cracks are seen, most notably running through stars 11-13 and below.  Reverse shows typical light strike on the left ear of corn. Gem.

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1913-S Type 1

MS63

NGC 6485392011

$185

With a mintage of just over 2 million, the San Francisco Buffalo is by far the most difficult of the three Type 1 nickels. This example is decently struck for the date, details are fairly sharp except for the fur on the bison's head. This coin with satiny luster and  pastels showing up under properly directed light. Original. New 8/31. On Hold

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1913 T1

MS66

PCGS 21900599

$265

The Type I "raised ground" Buffalo Nickel is always in demand as a one year type coin issue for a popular series. The presented example with light amber tones and is very well struck. A light tick on the forehead the only distraction of note for this high end example.  Attractively priced and great selection for a high end date or type set collection.  Gem. New 3/28. On hold.

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1937-S

MS65

PCGS 12565343

$110

This 1937-S Buffalo exhibits lots of luster with pretty golden toned highlights on the obverse. The reverse is more whitish, my image not picking up the substantial luster. Strike is strong and typically weaker at highpoints.  Gem. On hold.

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1938-D

MS67

NGC 607804007

$185

This 1938 Denver issue is a stunning example that NGC graded at the MS67 level. My image doesn't come close to conveying how nice this gorgeous Buffalo is in hand. Fully struck, the obverse with piles of golden luster turning an ice silver towards the portrait. The reverse full golden and superb on all accounts. A scratch on the holder over the Chief's vertical feather is noted for accuracy, it can be seen in the image. This piece would qualify for any high end  Buffalo or Type set. Gem.

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1943-D

MS66+FS

PCGS 83100090

$70

The 1943- D Wartime nickel is the lowest mintage in the wartime silver series. Only 94 have been graded at the 66+ level, and seems a bit undervalued considering over 3700 graded MS66 with just a small market premium. Lustrous, frosty surfaces. Gem. On hold

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1948-D

MS66FS

PCGS 10502186

$65

Lustrous and frosty with just a tinge of amber toning. Gem.  On-hold

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