Nickels

We have an 1873 Large over Small 3 nickel in PCGS XF-45, plus a nice 1877 in PCGS PR-55, and an 1880 in PCGS PR-08, either of which would fit nicely in a circulated set!

We also have several 1914/3 nickels, one P, one D, and two S.  All have the appropriate diagnostics.  We also acquired a wonderfully toned 1939-D Jefferson nickel in PCGS MS-65.  We also have a group of Buffalo nickel varieties including two feather, No F, and 3 1/2 leg Buffaloes, and our prices are lower, and in some cases, much lower than competitors' prices for these varieties!  We carry the best reference book on these varieties, Buffalo Nickels - The Abraded Die Varieties by Ron Pope.  It is available in our Books section.   

Wanted:  Shield nickels:  1868 FS-305(3.45) and FS-310(3.98) (we will pay WAY more than anyone else for this one), 1872 FS-106(7.5), FS-302(7.65), and FS-308(7.8) (we will pay WAY more than anyone else for this one); Buffalo Nickels:  2 feathers Fine and better: 1916-D, 1918-D, 1925, 1926, 1928, 1929, 1937-D; also 1920-S 3 1/2 leg.

1866/1866 With Rays F-12 FS-001
FS-301 is on holder. Was $400.
Price Reduced
Price: $325
1873 Nickel FS-1301 Large/Small Date PCGS XF-45
Same variety as the above coin. Although I do have two of them, these are only the 2nd and 3rd of this variety I have handled, so it is fairly rare. Attributed on the slab.
Price: $5,000
1877 Nickel PCGS PR-55
A rare coin with only approximately 900 minted. But you already knew that. This coin has very choice surfaces, no carbon spots that seem to be on a lot of the proofs, and it is truly a great coin that would be perfect in a high-grade circulated set. Was $3,150.
Price: $3,050
1880 PCGS PR-08
Not the business strike according to PCGS. However, it would look great in a circulated set. And it is about half the price of the business strike. Was $1,225.
Price Reduced
Price: $1,050
1886 PCGS PF-67+ CAC
With the most attractive toning I have ever seen on a Liberty nickel. Obverse has light green, rose, orange and gold, while the reverse is mostly gold with areas of orange. And with a grade of PF-67+, you won't ever have to upgrade this coin. This is the top graded 1886 proof nickel at PCGS (there is one PF-67+ CAM coin) and it is most likely the most attractive one also! TrueView photo from PCGS. For the collector who wants the very best! Was $18,000.
Price: $9,995
1913 Type 1 No F F-12
Was $55.
Price Reduced
Price: $45
1913-S Type 1 2 feather No F VF-30
One of the rarest 2 feather varieties. Slight remnant of 3rd feather is visible, just as in the Ron Pope book. Was $625.
Price Reduced
Price: $495
1914/3 VF-20
Was $400.
Price Reduced
Price: $360
1914/3-D EF-40
Price: $550
1914/3-D F-12
Clearly the overdate as much of the diagnostic die break is present from K-9 across to the chin. Was $575.
Price Reduced
Price: $400
1914/3-S EF-40
Price: $400
1915 2 feather PCGS F-12
A PCGS F-15 coin recently sold for $258. Was $225.
Price Reduced
Price: $195
1915 2 Feather VG-8
Price: $50
1915-D/D VF-20, scratches
A rare variety est. R6. Doubled mintmark is very clear. Was $235.
Price Reduced
Price: $195
1917-D 3 1/2 leg G-VG
Price: $125
1919 2 Feather VG-8
Price: $20
1919-D 2 feather VG-8, 1st one
Price: $70
1919-S 2 feather G-6 /F-12
A very slight bit of the 3rd feather shows, just as in Ron Pope's book. Lower grade on the obverse results from the weak date. Another difficult 2 feather variety.
Price: $85
1920 2 feathers VG-8
Price: $30
1921-S 2 feather G-6/4
Price: $95
1924 No F VG-10, scrs.
Price: $40
1926-D 3 1/2 Leg G-VG
Price: $90
1926-D 3 1/2 Leg Good-4
Price: $60
1927-D 2 Feather G-4
Price: $150
1927-D 3 1/2 Leg VG
Price: $100
1927-D 3 1/2 Leg G-6
Price: $80
1927-S 2 Feather VG-8, scr. on chin
Price: $70
1927-S 2 Feather Good-4
Price: $45
1928-S 2 feather VG, scr. on rev.
A bit of the 3rd feather shows, just as in Ron Pope's book.
Price: $80
1928-S 2 Feather Good-4
Price: $50
1929-S 2 feathers F-15, 1st one
Was $80.
Price Reduced
Price: $65
1929-S 2 feather F-15, 2nd one
Was $70.
Price Reduced
Price: $65
1939-D PCGS MS-65, wonderfully toned
Reverse of 1940. Probably the most attractive toned mint state Jefferson nickel I have ever seen. Was $1,350.
Price Reduced
Price: $995
1941-D PCGS MS-66, wonderful toning!
Price: $90
1947 PCGS MS-65, wonderful toning!
Price: $75
1947-D PCGS MS-65, wonderful toning!
Price: $125
1948-D PCGS MS-65, wonderful toning!
Price: $150
1949 PCGS MS-65, wonderful toning!
Price: $60
1981-S Ty. 1 PCGS PR-67 gorgeous toning
We now have a TrueView picture of this wonderfully toned coin. In hand, the obverse fields look like the picture, and the reverse fields are slightly more purple than the picture. A coin that gets a lot of attention!
Price: $895