Nearly New Buffalo Rarity
Towards the end of World War I, with new personnel taking the place of seasoned technicians that were serving in the army and an unprecedented demand for small change, it is not surprising that some errors were made in the preparation of dies for coinage. The 1918/7-D overdate occurred when a die bearing the 1917 date was hubbed with another die that bore the 1918 date when dies for the following year’s coinage were being prepared. The resulting overdate is one of the keys to the Buffalo nickel series and examples have been avidly sought since the issue was discovered in the early 1930s. In hand, this specimen is somewhat lighter and brighter than seen in our images.
Offered at $23,625 delivered
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