Three Cent

The Three Cent piece represents one of the smallest coins ever produced by the United States Mint and was introduced in 1851. Originally made of silver, the Three Cent piece was converted to a copper-nickel alloy in 1865. The series ran until 1889. We do not normally stock these coins, but will periodically have some available throughout the year.

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1865 Three Cent Piece (Nickel), GOOD, Corrosion

1865 Three Cent Piece (Nickel), GOOD, Corrosion

$12.00
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1865 Three Cent Piece (Nickel), VERY GOOD

1865 Three Cent Piece (Nickel), VERY GOOD

$16.00
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1865 Three Cent Piece (Nickel), VERY GOOD+

1865 Three Cent Piece (Nickel), VERY GOOD+

$17.00
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1865 Three Cent Piece (Nickel), FINE, Cleaned

1865 Three Cent Piece (Nickel), FINE, Cleaned

$16.00
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1866 Three Cent Piece (Nickel), VERY GOOD, Corrosion

1866 Three Cent Piece (Nickel), VERY GOOD, Corrosion

$14.00
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1867 Three Cent Piece (Nickel), VERY GOOD

1867 Three Cent Piece (Nickel), VERY GOOD

$16.00
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1867 Three Cent Piece (Nickel), FINE, Stained

1867 Three Cent Piece (Nickel), FINE, Stained

$18.00
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