Take a look at this awesome Gold Plated 1883 Liberty Head V Nickel with no cents! This coin, in our opinion, is in ABOUT UNCIRCULATED PLUS condition with amazing details and overall striking eye appeal. View the pictures we took for you and see for yourself! We are certain you will like what you see.

The Liberty Head nickel, sometimes referred to as the V nickel due to its reverse design, was an American nickel five-cent piece. Officially, it was minted from 1883 to 1912; a few patterns were struck in 1881 and 1882, and five pieces were surreptitiously struck in 1913, which today number among America's most fabled numismatic rarities. In early 1883, the Liberty Head nickel was first struck for circulation. The first 5.4 million pieces struck contained the Roman numeral V on the reverse, but did not contain the word "CENTS". Con artists quickly noted this, as well as the fact that the coin was roughly the same size as a five-dollar gold coin, and began gold-plating the new nickels and attempting to pass them as gold pieces.

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