Year : 1876. Type : Shield Nickel. Grade : VF; Uneven Surface. Mint : Philadelphia. Join us on Face Book. MY GRADING IS ONLY AN OPINION AND WE ALL KNOW THAT EVERYONE WAS BORN WITH ONE. CONDITION OF SALE.
CAC approved for quality. We maintain a HUGE inventory of PCGS and NGC certified coins, many with the independent CAC approval. 1876 5c PCGS/CAC Proof 65. Certified Acceptance Corporation (CAC). Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS).
We are very proud to be able to bring you such a great deal on this 1876 United States Shield Nickel 5c Coin. The item pictured is the item that you are purchasing and will receive unless otherwise stated.
Ending Jul 21 at 7:00PM PDT5d 13hCertification: UncertifiedYear: 1876Grade: Ungraded
I went to my local coin dealer in town and he said with edge nick that it is a better valuation of a 30 not 35. 30 valuation from local coin dealer in town. Using PCGS, "I" approximated its grade to about a 35.
1876 Shield Nickel. V.F.-X.F. 138153. 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.
Up for your collection is a beautiful 1876 Shield Nickel PCGS VF 30 Scratches on reverse are on case not coin! This coin is a stunner and will fit perfectly in any and all collections! 1876 Shield Nickel.
The current coin lists as: 1876 Shield Nickel. Tape residue on the reverse. Fine placeholder piece. When we make a mistake, we will admit to it and fix it. John lists the coins. David, Kathy, and Jim buy the coins.
Great details and surfaces, a good example for the grade. Most images are stock photos since we often have multiple items in stock. We do our best to use images that accurately reflect the stock we have on hand.
This is the little 4 digit code, 7HO1, written on the holder. The current coin lists as: 1876 Shield Nickel. Fine problem-free coin. Good piece for a series collection. When we make a mistake, we will admit to it and fix it.
The shield is outlined, with the cross visible and several of the leaves and berries can be seen. A couple of the letters of IN GOD WE TRUST can be read at the top and the date is clear.A majority of the lettering can be seen on the reverse, nearly all of the stars can be seen and the 5 is clear.
The surfaces exhibit a slight peach tint. Certification PCGS. The two leading third-party grading services are PCGS and NGC. We are also authorized submitters at ANACS, ICG, PMG, PCGS Currency, and NCS.