Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Daulton, Jan 16, 2022.
What do you guys think of this coin? What would the value on something like this be?
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The 1883 no-cents is actually the easiest Liberty nickel to get in MS. It's typically less than half the price of the most common dates. Many, many of them were set aside when they were first released.
With those hairlines on the reverse, this might be -- I dunno, a $10 coin? Many collectors would turn up their noses at it, but it does show the details of the design clearly. I like it better than the typical later-date worn-flat examples I see in bargain bins.
See the areas red arrows thats not good the 12 and 13 * have been treated for the rot. If you haven't purchased dont.
I received it in a group of other coins I purchased lol, didn’t pay any premium or anything just wanted some opinions! Thanks everyone!
Ok cool wasn't sure,and didn't want you to buy it and have second thoughts after the opinions?
I appreciate it for sure!
@-jeffB said, AU and harshly cleaned. I actually said AU55 though
My opinion basically concurs with everyone else's. It's a problem coin that I'd avoid if it were offered to me.
Ditto the above. A lack-luster cleaned coin that would get a "details" label.
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