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THIS ONE IS A WELL WORN (G/VG) 1874 SHIELD NICKEL WITH A MINOR DOUBLED DIE OBVERSE (DDO) TO THE SOUTH. THE DOUBLING IS HARD TO SEE WITHOUT MAGNIFICATION, BUT I HAVE MARKED A PICTURE WHERE THE DDO IS APPARENT WHEN IN HAND.
This an attractive well detailed better date type coin. ANACS has graded the coin as AU 53 Details noting an old cleaning. Lincoln Gold and Coin. Don't miss your opportunity to add this well priced coin to your collection.
1874 Shield Nickel. V.F. 140145. Three coin dealers might agree on the grade of a coin if two of them were dead. One is a 1915-d penny in a BU holder described as a 1915-s. One is a high grade type one standing liberty quarter described as a type two.
1874 Shield Nickel. We are NGC, PMG, and PCGS authorized dealer. We have a GIA graduate gemologist on staff along with two jewelers and a master gold/platinum goldsmith. We have a large selection of preloved Rolex watches and GIA certified diamonds.
PCGS MS64 CAC PQ - OGH Rattler Holder. Totally original surfaces with original mint brilliance and a very bold strike for the discriminating 19th century type coin collector. Has distinctive die brakes obverse along with the important CAC designation.
Shield Nickel - 1874. Obverse: Draped garland above shield, date below. Hot Wheels, Matchbox & Johnny Lightning diecast. NASCAR & NHRA Diecast. Sports Cards (all sports). U.S. and World coins and currency.
This is the little 4 digit code, 5Y4N, written on the holder. The current coin lists as: 1874 Shield Nickel. Fine features. All design features are recognizable. Obverse scratched. When we make a mistake, we will admit to it and fix it.
This is the little 4 digit code, 723V, written on the holder. The current coin lists as: 1874 Shield Nickel. Most of the motto is visible on the obverse of the coin. The shield design remains clearly visible but finer details are worn.
The current coin lists as: 1874 Shield Nickel. Dark fields. Good shield lines. Bold star point dividing lines. Good details. John lists the coins. David, Kathy, and Jim buy the coins. Bill grades the coins.