1912 5c US Liberty Nickel

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The Liberty Nickel, also known as the "V" nickel due to the Roman numeral "V" on the reverse, was a five-cent coin produced by the United States Mint from 1883 to 1913. It was designed by Charles E. Barber and featured a profile of Lady Liberty on the obverse and a "V" surrounded by a wreath on the reverse.

Notably, the Liberty Nickel went through a design change in 1883. The initial version did not include the word "CENT," leading to a minting error known as the "No Cents" variety. This error was quickly corrected with the addition of the word "CENT."

The most famous variety of the Liberty Nickel is the 1913 Liberty Head Nickel, of which only five are known to exist. These are extremely rare and valuable coins, with each one being worth millions of dollars. The rest of the Liberty Nickels, while not as valuable, still hold historical and numismatic interest.

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