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U.S. Coin Values: 3-Cent Nickels.

About 1888 3cN

The mintage in the Three CentNickel Series rises in 1888 to 36,500 making it a slightly scarcer type coin. Very common up through MS66 at which point the coin becomes scarce as a high-gem. Only the finest of gems are very rare. The strike for this issue is very strong with amazing luster.

Obverse: A Romanesque Liberty is portrayed facing left with LIBERTY emblazoned on her crown. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA appears on the periphery with the date at the bottom.

Reverse: The roman numeral III is centered in the design surrounded by a large wreath tied with a bow at the bottom. This design is one of few American coins without wording on one of the sides.

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Coin Date: 1888
Denomination: 3cN / Three Cent Nickel
Designation: MS
Mint Mark: P
Mint Location: Philadelphia
Mintage: 36,501
Coinage Type: Three cent nickel
Coinage Years: 1865-1889
Composition: 75% copper; 25% nickel
Strike Type: Business
Diameter: 17.9 mm
Weight: 1.94 gr
Designer: James B. Longacre
Edge: Plain
PCGS #: 3757
NGC ID: 275H
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