1880's-1900's Liberty Head "V" Nickel (Roll of 40). The "V Nickel" is best known for the fact that it was originally minted without the word "Cents" on the coin in 1883. The word "Cents" was added later in 1883, to put an end to this. The "V Nickel" has one of the most iconic designs with a left facing Liberty Head on the obverse and a large roman numeral "V" on the reverse.Finding rolls of these in nice condition, with full dates and details as these have is no easy feat! Please note these coins are of mixed dates.
1916 Barber Quarter - The Last of its Kind. The Barber Quarter, like the other variations of Barber coinage, were designed by Charles E. Barber Quarters are extremely difficult to find in high grade as their low rims don't offer much protection for the details of the coin.Besides this, Barber Quarters are known to have very low mintage numbers, making them a fan favorite among collectors looking for hard-to-find pieces. However, this often means that Barber Quarters are not cheap.
This last year of issue Barber Quarter is even more sought after than most as it marks a changing in times from the Barber coinage to the Standing Liberty design. You will receive (1) coin in circulated condition.