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McDermott owned one of the five examples of the Liberty Head nickels. In , a Liberty Head nickel sold for 3. You will find out why McDermott had no problems loaning it to different exhibits. And much more. It has to do with one person who disguised it as something else and confused store owners.

Then there is the San Francisco dime, of which 24 was minted, and only 10 are known. Not sure where the other 14 are, but there is a story how according to rumors 3 of these dimes were given away in a regular purchase.

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As a side note, you will find out that the nickel has three times as much copper as nickel in it. And many more facts and rumors will make you learn about the coinage and history of the United States. All posts are written in english.