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All four coins were struck at the Denver Mint and feature the “D” mint mark. Coins are presented in a coin wallet with historical information about the coins. These are the only four types of U.S. Nickels issued through 2003 that were struck in Denver. The Denver Mint opened in 1906. The first Nickel ever struck in Denver was the Liberty Head “V” Nickel in 1912. This was also the first Nickel struck by a branch mint and not in Philadelphia. The 1912 Nickel was the first and only Liberty Head “V” Nickel struck in Denver. Buffalo Nickel depicts a stunning Native American on the obverse and a buffalo on the reverse. The Jefferson Nickel replaced the Buffalo Nickel in 1938 and the original design was struck until 2003. In addition to the regular Jefferson Nickel, the U.S. Mint in Denver also struck a special World War II “Emergency” Silver Nickel from 1942-1945; it is the first and only silver Nickel in history.
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