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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The Buffalo nickel was made from 1913 through 1938.
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.
In fact, the one item we are told of his selling--the buffalo nickel whose sale precedes the action of the play--Don spends the entire play trying to get back.
If you produce and ship parts that are above the "real" concentricity limit and do not function properly, what someone will "OK" (when evaluating data) in a conference room isn't worth a Buffalo Nickel.
The flip side echoes the famous buffalo nickel made from 1913 to 1938.
Both the Jefferson nickel and Buffalo nickel designs are entirely indigenous, with only the barest nod to another culture in the motto E Pluribus Unum (from many--one).
Featured under the North American Bison Cooperative's Buffalo Nickel brand are steaks, roasts, ground meat, patties and prepared chili.
when sculptor James Earle Fraser needed a model for the buffalo nickel, he turned to Hornaday's bison bull.
Don Dubrow, the owner of a junk shop where the action takes place, decides to steal a customer's coin collection when he feels that he has been bested in a transaction involving a buffalo nickel.
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.
I asked Kirschenbaum what her mother thought about her portrayal in the short film, in which she comes across as a particularly cruel breed of critical mother, referring to Kirschenbaum's nose as a "schnoz-ola" and comparing her profile to the Buffalo nickel.

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