1886 Liberty Nickel NGC MS67

Tied with One Other for Highest Graded

The 1886 Liberty nickel claims a small mintage of 3.3 million pieces and the issue is generally considered the second-rarest date of the series, just slightly behind the 1885. However, in high-grade condition, the 1886 is actually rarer than its 1885 counterpart. The one offered here is sharp and lustrous, not to mention (thankfully), an obvious business strike. This is one of just two so-graded by NGC, with none higher. For its part, PCGS has recognized three MS67’s with none higher, either.

Offered at $41,000 delivered

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1886 T-2 Indian Cent NGC MS66RD

The Sole Highest Graded at NGC

The 1886 Indian cent varieties, Type One and Type Two, were actually caused by a subtle but complete redesign of the entire obverse hub by Charles Barber, making the Type Two coins not only pointing their lowest feather between CA rather than IC but showing shallower relief. Only about 20% of the 1886 cents are of the Type Two 1886 cents show the lowest feather tip pointing between CA rather than IC. Today, full Red examples are scarce, and are rarely seen in Gem or better condition. In hand, this coin is considerably lighter, brighter and flashier than seen in our images. 

Offered at $28,750 delivered

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Complete PCGS MS65 Liberty Nickel Set

1883 No Cents to 1912-S

Here is a rare opportunity for a complete, well matched PCGS MS65 set of Liberty Nickels. Each coin exhibits light to medium patina, with none being dark or unattractive. Please note that what looks to be a humongous scratch on the 1912-S, is a scratch on the holder, not the coin. Additionally, the 1885 and 1886 – the two most valuable coins in the set – are highly lustrous and eye-appealing.

Offered at $30,475 delivered

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