Buffalo Nickel


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Buffalo Nickel

A copper coin minted by the United States between 1913 and 1938. It was worth 1/20 of one dollar.
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Mint produced the last of the old buffalo nickels, glass shattered in Europe, Snow White sang "Some Day My Prince Will Come," and Aunt Vi had to go down to San Francisco to bring Mama home for the last time.
Another spectacular lot that sold in Baltimore was Lot 683, a 1916 Buffalo Nickel Doubled Die Obverse in PCGS MS-64 that realized $316,250.
The dining room was added in '43, verified by a buffalo nickel found under a cornerstone during the last remodel.
Those earnest native features like Rushmore, like the Indian on the obverse of the buffalo nickel.
Coin dealers said the popularity of the state quarters program has led to more awareness of all newly minted coins, but the buffalo nickel has drawn more attention than the first two in the series.
The buffalo nickel was a perfect example of American expansion west.
Still another important sale was Lot 480, a 1935 Double Die Reverse Buffalo Nickel in PCGS MS-65 that fetched $104,650.
Based upon James Earle Fraser's design of the Buffalo Nickel issued between 1913 and 1938, the American Buffalos are the first 24K coins ever produced by the U.
Coins and Currency, World and Ancient Coins such as a 1918/7-D Buffalo Nickel, l795 Flowing Hair Half Dime, 1805 Draped Bust Dime, 1853 Liberty Seated Quarter Dollar, 1840 $2.
350,750 for a 1918/7-D overdate Buffalo nickel, graded PCGS MS-65, a 22% increase above the previous record of $287,500;
The first-year-of-issuance American Buffalo gold coin features the revered 1913 Buffalo Nickel, Type I design by James Earle Fraser with an American Indian chief on the obverse and a Bison standing on a grassy mound on the reverse.

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