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Double-Dated Penny, Nickel and Dime Coin Set

Double-Dated Penny, Nickel and Dime Coin Set

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Overview & Details

Double-Dated Penny, Nickel and Dime Coin Set 
Everyone loves double dating. Even coin collectors. That's why numismatists everywhere will flip for this double-dated coin set. Featuring 3 pairs of coins in which the last outgoing version and the new incoming one were both issued in the same year, it makes a great conversation starter. Grab these beauties and have your own double date!

What You Get

  • 1909 Indian Head cent
  • 1909 Lincoln Wheat Ear cent
  • 1938 buffalo nickel
  • 1938 Jefferson nickel
  • 1916 Barber dime
  • 1916 Mercury dime
  • Velvet-covered metal display box   

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The Key Specs

Coin Grade/Condition: Hand-selected circulated condition
Mint Mark: Random Mints
Packaging: Encapsulated

Coin 1

Obverse: Indian Head Cent - Lady Liberty wearing an Indian headdress Lincoln Wheat Ears Cent - Portrait of Abraham Lincoln Buffalo Nickel - Composite portrait of three Indian chiefs Jefferson Nickel - Portrait of Thomas Jefferson Barber Dime - Liberty head, facing right with olive branch crown Mercury Dime - Young Liberty, facing left, with her hair pulled under a winged cap, resembling Mercury
Reverse: Indian Head Cent - ONE CENT wrapped in a laurel leaf with a federal shield above Lincoln Wheat Ears Cent - Two sheaves of wheat framing the inscriptions ONE CENT, E PLURIBUS UNUM and UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Buffalo Nickel - American bison Jefferson Nickel - Depicts Jefferson's Monticello home Barber Dime - Wreath of corn, wheat, maple and oak leaves surrounding the words ONE DIME Mercury Dime - Roman fasces with an olive branch in the background
Composition: Cents - 95% copper Nickels - 75% copper, 25% nickel Dimes - 90% silver
Diameter: Cents - Approx. 19mm (0.75") each Nickels - Approx. 21.2mm (0.83") each Dimes - Approx. 17.91mm (0.71") each
Weight: Cents - Approx. 3.11 grams (0.11 oz.) each Nickels - Approx. 5 grams (0.18 oz.) each Dimes - Approx. 2.5 grams (0.09 oz.) each

The Basics - Box

Measurements: Approx. 7"W x 1-1/4"H x 4-1/4" Deep


Double-dated coins
  • On rare occasions, the United States Mint ends one coin denomination design in the same year that its replacement design is introduced
  • This collection includes three such instances; it features both the last of the old design and the first of the new design, with both coins bearing the same year date

1909 Indian Head cent
  • One-cent coin produced by the United States Bureau of the Mint from 1859 to 1909 
  • Designed by James Barton Longacre, the Chief Engraver at the Philadelphia Mint
  • Last year of mintage

1909 Lincoln Wheat Ears cent
  • Introduced in 1909 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Lincoln's birth
  • First U.S. circulating coin to bear a president's image
  • First year of mintage

1938 buffalo nickel 
  • Last years of mintage for this iconic American coin 
  • Buffalo nickel design created by James Earle Fraser 
  • First coins to accurately portray a male Native American in a composite portrait of three Native American chiefs who had previously posed for him 
  • Featured an iconic American Bison on the reverse
  • Last year of mintage

1938 Jefferson nickel
  • Features a bust of Thomas Jefferson on the obverse and a depiction of Monticello on the reverse
  • First year of mintage

1916 Barber dime
  • Designed by Charles E. Barber, chief engraver at the Mint
  • Last year of mintage

1916 Mercury dime
  • Officially known as the Winged Liberty Head dime
  • Features a depiction of Lady Liberty wearing a winged cap
  • First year of mintage

Dimes are 90% silver
  • Precious metal coins

Hand-selected circulated condition
  • These coins have been hand-picked from the best examples of publicly circulated coins

  • Helps protect coins' condition during storage and display


Double-Dated Penny, Nickel and Dime Coin Set
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  • Nice coins

    Nice coins but not great

    llatchin, CA
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  • Double dated 1,5,10 cent coins

    very disappointed in the quality of the nickel and dime. after showing a nice dated coin on TV the ones I have are almost unreadable. It seems like Mike is cleaning out his vault of his junk.

    phrede, FL
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