Liberty V Nickel Cull or Damaged 100 pcs.

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    The Liberty V Nickel, also known as the Liberty Head Nickel, holds a special place in American numismatic history as one of the first nickel five-cent coins produced by the United States Mint. Minted from 1883 to 1913, these coins were introduced to replace the earlier Shield Nickel design and featured a new and iconic depiction of Liberty on the obverse.

    Designed by Charles E. Barber, the obverse of the Liberty V Nickel features a left-facing profile of Liberty wearing a coronet inscribed with the word "LIBERTY." The design is surrounded by thirteen stars representing the original thirteen colonies of the United States. The reverse features a large Roman numeral "V" surrounded by a wreath of laurel leaves and the inscription "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA" and "E PLURIBUS UNUM."

    The Liberty V Nickel was minted at the Philadelphia Mint, as well as the branch mints in New Orleans, San Francisco, and Denver. Coins minted in Philadelphia bear no mintmark, while those from the branch mints feature an "O," "S," or "D" mintmark, respectively. These mintmarks can typically be found on the reverse side of the coin, below the wreath.

    Despite being heavily circulated during their time in commerce, Liberty V Nickels have become sought-after collectibles due to their historical significance and unique design. The Cull or Damaged designation indicates that these coins may exhibit significant wear, damage, or other impairments, making them less desirable to collectors seeking coins in higher grades.

    Condition is an important factor to consider when collecting Liberty V Nickels. Cull or Damaged examples may show signs of wear, such as scratches, dents, or discoloration, as well as more severe damage, such as bends or holes. While these coins may not be suitable for collectors seeking coins in pristine condition, they still hold value as historical artifacts and examples of American coinage.

    With a quantity of 100 pieces, collectors and enthusiasts have the opportunity to acquire a significant collection of Liberty V Nickels in Cull or Damaged condition. Each coin tells a story of its journey through circulation, bearing the marks of time and use. While not suitable for every collector, these coins offer a glimpse into the past and a chance to own a piece of American numismatic history.

    In conclusion, Liberty V Nickels Cull or Damaged 100 pcs provide collectors and enthusiasts with an opportunity to acquire a substantial collection of these iconic coins. Despite their condition, these coins still hold value as historical artifacts and representations of American coinage during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

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