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1868 5C MS66+ PCGS #3795

CAC. POP 5/1 ON (1/16)

1870 5C MS66+ PCGS #3797

CAC. 3/0 (2/16)

1871 5C MS66 PCGS #3798

CAC. A few thin die cracks appear at the lower obverse of this Premium Gem. Minor machine doubling is evident at the date and motto, while the strike is deficient only among the leaves. Both sides have satiny light gray luster with delicate champagne overtones. 10/0 (05/13) 11/1 (1/14)

1873 5C Open 3 MS66 PCGS #3800

CAC. 6/1 (11/13) 8/3 (12/15)

1873 5C Closed 3 MS65+ PCGS #3801

CAC. Purchased as MS65 non CAC. Upgraded to + and CAC. 1/3 (11/13)

1875 5C MS66 PCGS #3804

CAC. . The 1875 is an extremely important date in the Shield nickel series. Business strikes are rare, especially in Gem condition. This example shows a sharp strike and bright, satiny luster with a hint of gold on each side. A late-state example with extensive die cracks visible throughout. Population: 9 in 66, 0 finer (6/12). 10/0 (5/13) 11/0 (1/14)

1876 5C MS66 PCGS #3805

CAC 16/2 (2/16)

1879 5C MS66 PCGS #3808

CAC. Purchased as MS65 non CAC. Upgraded to MS66 and CAC. 23/1 (11/13)

1882 5C MS67 PCGS #3812

CAC 7/0 (1/16)

1883/2 5C Shield MS64 PCGS #38413

CAC. Purchased as non CAC. 1/0 (11/13)

1883 5C Shield MS66+ PCGS #3813

CAC. Purchased as MS66 non CAC. Upgraded to + and CAC. 3/10 (11/13)