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26 Apr 2022

1867 US Shield Nickel

Coins-United States | AC coin$

The drapped US shield nickel was produced since 1866 until 1883 when it was substituted by the Liberty Head nickel. This beautiful coin was designed by James Barton Longacre who became the Nation's Chief Engraver at that time.

The coin was minted in two nice varieties: with rays around the stars pointing towards the #5 denomination and, without rays.

This coin was an effort to call up for a unified Nation after the terrible years of the Civil War and its kind was launched under President Andrew Johnson's after the assassination of President Lincoln.

In my own words.

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AC coin$

Level 6

I studied Humanity at the Univesity of the United State and Art of Culture . The are my passion . I have knowledge of the 20 Year old the collection coins and bill . Thanks you for comment .

AC coin$

Level 6

I studie history humanity at the Univesity of the United States and Art of passion . I have the Univesity history books .

Jackson14

Level 4

cool coin

AC coin$

Level 6

Thanks.

Kepi

Level 6

Thanks for the "blog"... ; )

AC coin$

Level 6

Thank you for your comment . @ Lontrade . I Studie History Humanity at the Univesity of the United States History the books . I have knowledge of the 20 Year old the collection coins and bill . Thank you for your comment .

Longstrider

Level 6

I understand this blog is "in your own words". BUT where are you getting the information?

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