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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.

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The mint mark on the 1936 buffalo nickel is located on the reverse of the coin, just below the "Five Cents" designation beneath the buffalo. The copper coins were struck in Denver (D), San Francisco (S) and Philadelphia (no mint mark).

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The price of a 1935 nickel is available online at PCGS.com, NGCCoin.com and CoinStudy.com, as of 2015. The two former sites price only mint and proof coins, while Coin Study offers prices of circulated coins. The price for such a nickel ranges from 46 cents to thousands of dollars.

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As of 2014, the nickel coin features a portrait of Thomas Jefferson, third president of the United States. The reverse depicts Jefferson's Virginia home, Monticello. In 1938, the Jefferson nickel replaced the Indian head or Buffalo nickel design that had been in use since 1913.

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Nickel is not manufactured or synthesized. It is an element with the chemical symbol "Ni" that occurs naturally in ores and minerals. It is also found in the Earth’s crust and occurs as a by-product of cobalt blue production. The Swedish chemist Axel Fredrik Cronstedt discovered nickel in 1751, but

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Nickel plays a key role in daily life; it facilitates food preparation, is used to create mobile phones and medical equipment, and enables power generation, transportation and construction among other trades. Nickel is classified as an alloy, along with iron and chromium. These elements are consider

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There are 40 nickels in $2. Nickels are valued at 5 cents, and $2 is 200 cents. Therefore, 40 nickels and $2 have the same value.

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Nickel is found in meteorites but also comes from the silicon-burning process in a Type 1a supernova. This happens when a red giant blows off shells of its material to become a white dwarf star. The white dwarf star then collapses in on itself and explodes.

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The total number of nickels produced in a year can vary widely. The most current figures from 2013 list 1,223,040,000 nickels manufactured. Production normally fluctuates between around two billion at its peak and several hundred million at its lowest.

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The element nickel is named after the devil. "Nickel" is an anglicized version of "kupfernickel," which is German for "Old Nick's copper." Old Nick is an archaic German term for Satan.