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"In 1883 a new motif, the Liberty Head ( by Charles E. Barber, who had been chief engraver at the Mind since 1880 ), was introduced for the nickel five-cent piece. The obverse featured Miss Liberty facing to the left, with stars surrounding her, and the date below. On the reverse the denomination was simply stated by the Roman numeral V, a tradition following the use of III to designate the value of the nickel three-cent and silver three-cent pieces." - Whitman Publishing
Designer: Charles E. Barber Weight: 5 grams Composition: .750 copper, .250 nickel Edge: Plain Mints: Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco
Mix & Match: Quantity discounts are APPLIED ACROSS ALL Whitman Coin Albums. For example, purchase four different titles and receive the four-piece price shown for each title.