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The Liberty Head nickel, sometimes referred to as the V nickel because of its reverse (or tails) design, is an American five-cent piece. It was struck for circulation from 1883 until 1912, with at least five pieces being surreptitiously struck dated 1913. the proposed designs were to feature on the obverse (or heads side) a classic head of Liberty with the legend "Liberty" and the date. The reverse (or tails side) was to feature a wreath of wheat, cotton, and corn around a Roman numeral designating the denomination of the coin; thus the five-cent piece was to have the Roman numeral "V".

Liberty Head "V" Nickels in Fair Condition

These Liberty "V" nickels are all graded in the Fair (FR) condition category. You can choose be..

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Liberty Head "V" Nickels in AG Condition

These Liberty head "V" nickels are all graded in the About Good (AG) condition category. You ca..

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Liberty Head "V" Nickels in Good Condition

These Liberty "V" nickels are all graded in the Good (G) condition category. You can choose bet..

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Liberty Head "V" Nickels in VG Condition

These Liberty "V" nickels are all graded in the Very Good (VG) condition category. You can..

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Liberty "V" Nickels in Fine Condition

These Liberty "V" nickels are all graded in the Fine (F) condition category. You can choose bet..

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