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24 Dec 2014

The Finale Part

| Peter

In the Real World today time. What would you do if you had chase to own one of the fab five 1913 Liberty Nickel. Where would you put at? What would you do with it? Would you show it of like Mr. Walton did? Would you donate to museum like other two did? Me in my case I would show it of every chase I get. Like the person in the world there on five 1913 Liberty Nickel. It would make me feel good the I had a part of history in the numismatist world.

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02 Dec 2014

1913 Liberty Nickel

| Peter

Samuel W. Brown a former employee of the Philadelphia Mint. Silent, refusing to surrender the secrets of how the 1913 Liberty Nickel came to be. How one person made 1913 Liberty Nickels, there was no other person. He resign and move on with his life. He wait 10 years before ask the question? I will paid anybody 600.00 for a 1913 Liberty Nickel. Why did Stella Hackel Sims Destroyed the records. Samuel W. Brown, one person how know the secrets of the puzzles, which he had the five organ 1913 Liberty Nickel. Nobody real find out what happen, why he did it, or how he got away for Government Mint without any problems. A free man then, but not now in today time.

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21 Nov 2014

1913 Liberty Nickel

| Peter

Everybody know the organ set of 1913 Liberty Nickel set. There were two Buffalo Nickel also in the set. The two Buffalo Nickel were Type 1 and Type 2.

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07 Nov 2014

1913 Liberty Nickel

| Peter

Mr. Walton Had right idea in show the coin. Made a plastic cover for it and write the correct write on the cover of plastic cover. He show the 1913 in different places them and coin show. He show them at a bars, or place were he was happy and show a part of history. Were he had fun doing. Them a Coin Show. The way Mr. Walton 1913 Liberty Nickel was know as people coins.

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