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Lot 1636

1882 Pattern Five Cents. Nickel, plain edge. . J-1680. . P-1882. PCGS graded Proof 64 Cameo Low Rarity 6. Lightly toned. One of the many suggested patterns for a new Liberty motif nickel five cent piece. William Barber, the Chief Engraver for 10 years following Longacre's death in 1869, died in 1879 and left the top job to his son, Charles E. Barber, whose design this is. The main features are closely aligned with the design that was eventually adopted in 1883, but with enough differences to make it a desirable Pattern coin. Choice, bold, with attractive surfaces. Pop 9; 10 finer. (PCGS # 62085) .
Estimated Value $2,500 - 3,000.

 
Realized $2,875
 



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