As of 2015, a four-legged buffalo nickel from 1937 is worth between 45 to 75 cents in good condition. The price is greater for a coin that is fine condition, or which was never circulated.
Heavily worn coins which have seen a lot of use are considered to be in "good" condition, according to Coin Study. If a four-legged buffalo coin is in a better than good condition, such as "fine" or "extremely fine," it may be worth $1.06 to $1.95. Uncirculated coins are worth approximately $19.
Three-legged buffalo coins, which are missing the right front leg of the buffalo, are a rarity, and are worth hundreds of dollars.