What is a 1913 V nickel?


Quick Answer

The 1913 Liberty Head V nickel was produced in error by the U.S. Mint. There are only five known copies of the 1913 V nickel in existence, explains CoinTrackers.

Continue Reading

Full Answer

Production of V nickels ran from 1883 and 1912; V nickels are also called liberty nickels. The coin features a left-facing bust of Lady Liberty on its obverse side and a capital V on the reverse side. Starting in 1913, the Mint produced nickels known as Indian Head or Buffalo nickels. The V nickels minted in error carry the 1913 date. They are treasured by collectors, fetching auction prices between $3 million and $5 million, notes Wikipedia. Some collectors speculate that a V nickel can be worth $20 million.

Learn more about Coins & Currency

Related Questions