The buffalo nickel is not particularly rare, even though it was only minted between 1913 and 1938. According to the U.S. Mint, more than 1.2 billion such nickels were made during this time period. Some buffalo nickels, h... More »

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A 1929 buffalo nickel is part of the buffalo nickel design set produced by the U.S. Mint between 1913 and 1938. It features a right-facing Native American bust on its obverse side and an engraving of a buffalo on its rev... More »

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The silver content in a Buffalo 5-cent piece is zero percent, as it does not contain any silver. The metal content of the coin consists of 75 percent copper and 25 percent nickel. More »

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The standard 1911 Liberty Head V nickel is not rare and is readily available on the market. According to CoinTrackers, roughly 39,557,000 coins were produced at the Philadelphia mint, making it the most common of the Lib... More »

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Some examples of rare U.S. coins include the 1793 half cent, the 1937-D 3 leg buffalo nickel, the 1800 bust half dime, the 1796 bust dime, the 1870-CC seated liberty quarter, the 1795 bust half, the 1893-S Morgan silver ... More »

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Estimate the value of a 1913 Buffalo nickel by determining the condition of the coin, its mint mark and other major attributes and by consulting a price guide such as Coinflation.com or Cointrackers.com. Determine the me... More »

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. More »