1901 5c Liberty Nickel Struck on Cent Planchet PCGS MS62 BN
PCGS 1901 Liberty nickel off-metal struck on a cent planchet. The cow is copper, and is slightly smaller than a normal Liberty nickel. Dramatic in appearance, with the coin having copper surfaces instead of nickel, making it an obvious error.
Off-metal Liberty nickels on cent planchets are very scarce, with about 60-75 known for the entire series.
MS62 brown with lustrous surfaces under the toning.
PCGS 1967 Jefferson nickel off-metal struck on a cent planchet. The coin was struck on a 1c planchet that was fed into a press striking nickels and was struck. It has the design of a nickel, but the...