|The 1912 Liberty Nickel is a five cent copper-nickel coin designed brilliantly by Charles Barber in 1883. Minted for circulation from 1883 to 1912, this Liberty Nickel is made from 75 percent copper and 25 percent nickel. Also noteworthy, the 1912 Liberty Nickel has a diameter of 21.21 mm and weighs over 5 grams. As an obverse image, this copper-nickel coin has the Liberty wearing a coronet and wreath, whereas on the reverse side there is the Roman numeral V surrounded by a wreath. All in all, this Liberty Nickel is a perfect addition to your much treasured coin collection.|
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|Coinage Type||Circulation Coinage|
|Catalog Number||KM# 112|
|Coin Name||Liberty Nickel|
|Mint Name||U.S. Mint|
|Obverse Description||Liberty head left, within circle of stars, date below|
|Reverse Description||Roman numeral value within wreath, CENTS below|
|Reverse Legend||UNITED STATES OF AMERICA|
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I buy 1912 V nickels in the hope that the person selling did not notice the "d" mint mark on the back. It makes it worth a little more. I like to slowly upgrade my V nickel collection with more and more details and better grades. The 1912 is a great coin. THe mint mark is located on the reverse (back) side of the coin lower left about 7 o'clock just below the dot.
This is one of the rarest in the set, only 238,000 were minted. In my opinion, it is worth spending the extra money for a nicer example, but a filler-type coin can be obtained relatively cheaply.
I was not happy with the coin. For an unciculated coin there sure is a lot of wear. I rated this coin as an AU.
Not happy with this purchase but I decided to keep the coin because it is slightly better than what I had.
I rate this purchase with two stars.
Great coin, very pleased - will add to our grchild's starting collection - surely is a wonderful coin for doing that - a learning tool for history that can't be matched with much else!!