5 Cents, Pattern, United States, 1910

5 Cents, Pattern, United States, 1910

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United States Mint, Philadelphia. Obverse: Bust of George Washington facing left; LIBERTY to left, date to right. Reverse: Large 5 between two laurel sprigs. Pattern five-cent pieces following these basic designs were created in small quantities in 1909 and 1910. Only a few coins are known from each of those two years. The designer, presumably, was Charles E. Barber. [reference no. Judd 1788]
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U.S. Mint. Philadelphia
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United States
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nickel (overall metal)
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overall: 21.2 mm; 27/32 in
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National Museum of American History
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