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1913 Liberty Head Nickel Exhibition 

When: Feb. 7-April 1 2013

Here's a list of real things more common than a 1913 Liberty Head nickel: red diamonds, William Shakespeare's actual signature, a Honus Wagner T206 baseball card. Here's a list of fake ones, according to a snappy commenter on Yahoo! Answers: "a good man"; "an honest politician"; "a hippie that doesn't smoke dope." All good things, all apparently more common than the five-cent coin, of which only five are known to exist. The last time one was sold, it went for $3.7 million. At the Money Museum (818 N. Cascade Ave.,, one of the famous nickels will be on display Tuesdays through Saturdays through April 15, when it will leave on a national tour. Admission is $4 to $5, free for kids 12 and under. — Bryce Crawford



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