1936 Buffalo Nickel- Good to Very Good Condition 1936 Buffalo Nickel- Good to Very Good Condition . In stock. SKU. 0648-692. Be the first to review this product . $0.95. Qty. Add to Cart. Add to Wish List Add to Compare. Email. Skip to the end of the images gallery.
The nickel was made concave by a ball like punch to give it a convex look. For the most part many date less buffalo's have been used to decorate clothing or crafts. In this case they used a dated one. No error, no variety , no value other than a nickel that's been damaged .
Over 1.2 billion buffalo nickels were minted between 1913 and 1938. Value 5 cents, composition 75% copper 25% nickel, 5 grams in weight, 21.2 millimeters in diameter. PERMISSIONS: The US Mint specifically allows use of the "buffalo" nickel design.
Buffalo nickels from 1936 are some of the least valuable from the Buffalo nickel series, valued between 43 cents and $21, as of 2014. Value depends on the condition and mintmark of the coin. The coins from San Francisco are worth the most, followed by those from Denver and Philadelphia. read more
The 1936-D 3-1/2-Legged Buffalo nickel is another scarce favorite. The 1916 doubled die Buffalo nickel is a rare coin with six-figure prices in the mid-range uncirculated grades, while the 1918-D 8/7 overdate is a very scarce coin in any grade.
The Buffalo Nickel, or Indian Head Nickel as it was sometimes known, is perhaps the most iconic of American coins. Issued between 1913 and 1938, it was designed by famed sculptor James Earle Fraser. With a Native American chief on the obverse and an American Bison on the reverse, the coin truly captured the spirit of the American West.
Buffalo Nickel Values The Buffalo Nickel (or more correctly the Five-Cent Indian Head) was minted by the United States government from 1913-1938. No Buffalo nickels were made in 1922, 1932, or 1933.
Buffalo Nickels (1913-1938) Featuring America's Only Obverse & Reverse Coin Design Inspired by the Western Frontier Issued from 1913 to 1938, the unique Buffalo nickel was an instant hit with consumers and collectors – and remains so to this day.
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1936: DDR-001. Designation: 1-R-II-C+VI (4); FS-05-1936-801 (18.8) Description: Strong spread with triple on UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, E PLURIBUS UNUM, quad on FIVE CENTS, and buffalo's back legs. Grade: MS-64. Population: 2. Markers: UVC-168. DMR-006. Stage A: Reverse and Obverse are EDS. Stage B: Light die crack through upper NITED ST of ...
Detailed information about the coin 5 Cents "Buffalo Nickel" (flat ground), United States, with pictures and collection and swap management : mintage, descriptions, metal, weight, size, value and other numismatic data