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Million Dollar Nickels – Mysteries of the Illicit 1913 Liberty Head Nickels

millionnickelsbook Million Dollar Nickels   Mysteries of the Illicit 1913 Liberty Head NickelsDelve into a 90-year old mystery involving five of the most valuable coins in America – collectively worth over 12 million dollars. Million Dollar Nickels invites the reader into an outlandish industry where $10,000 buys the privilege to look at a coin, and a million dollars just might coax a nickel out of hiding. Framed in the backdrop of a nation-wide media frenzy and a public mad with the hope of hitting the jackpot, Million Dollar Nickels unveils a story of America’s most eccentric and famous collectors

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  1. Sarah Smith Mitchell says:

    My father, was born on April 14, 1886, and when he died in February 21, 1996, at 109 years old; he had a collection of old money, and I have the 1913, Buffalo nickel; it so large I thought it was a joke, until I search the web site. I am 81 years old, and I would like to know if my coin is of any valuable? Thank you!

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