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Cheryl Myers, a retiree, unveils her family's rare coin, inherited from uncle and collector George Walton.

The 1913 Liberty nickel, initially deemed fake, held in a closet for years.

American Numismatic Association and Beth Deisher discover its potential genuineness, sparking excitement.

Only five 1913 Liberty Head coins exist, making it one of the rarest and most valuable.

After careful examination, the coin is certified PR63 by Professional Coin Grading Services.

Cheryl and Ryan remain composed, cautious of premature excitement, as the coin tours ANA shows.

The 1913 Liberty coin finally sold for a staggering $3.17 million in a Heritage Auction in 2013. .

Reflecting on the 10-year journey, the family enjoys the coin's tour and its eventual sale.