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07 Jan 2014

Check out the story of the 1913 Liberty Head nickel on 'Mysteries at the Museum'

| ANAStaff

Written by: Jake Sherlock


The Travel Channel series "Mysteries at the Museum" will feature the story of Samuel Brown and the five 1913 Liberty Head Nickels on this week's new episode. Check out video of the segment above. 


Producers and a film crew spent a full day at the Money Museum in October, shooting footage and interviewing Money Museum Curator Douglas Mudd. 


The full episode will debut on Thursday, Jan. 9, at 9 p.m. EST. Replays will also be available. Check the Travel Channel's full TV schedulefor air dates. Look for the episode titled: "Strangers on a Train, Madame Tussaud, WD-40."


Don't forget, you can see the 1913 Liberty Head for yourself at the Atlanta National Money Show



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Hi! I have watched that show and been researching those coins now for more years than I can count. The show was well done a lot was left out I would guess because of the time limit. My investigation clearly shows they are not real and should not be considered coinage. The last blog I wrote was based on the Numismatic News. There they talk about the thieves who did this. I considered their article as a close to my investigation. If a coin is not legal tender then it is not a coin. Thanks.

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