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The value of a 2005 bison nickel is available online at NGCCoin.com and PCGS.com, as of 2015. The United States stopped minting buffalo nickels in 1937. There are many criteria that coin appraisal websites and companies ... More »

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As of 2015, the value of a buffalo nickel was at least 10 cents, making it more valuable than a regular nickel. The value of buffalo nickels ranges from about $3.50 for a 1913 Type 1 up to about $3,600 for an uncirculate... More »

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There is no way to tell the rarity or value of dateless buffalo nickels, so they are typically sold for 10 to 20 cents as of 2015. Although dateless coins are normally only worth face value, dateless buffalo nickels are ... More »

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You can determine the value of a gold dollar coin minted in 2000 using price tables from PCGS.com and NGCCoin.com. Coin values vary based on condition, on a scale of one to 70. More »

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Price guides for old coins are available online at PCGS.com and NGCCoin.com, as of 2015. The websites deal in all the American coin currency minted since the late 1700s. The price guides use special criteria to judge the... More »

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As of 2015, the value of a buffalo nickel was at least 10 cents, making it more valuable than a regular nickel. The value of buffalo nickels ranges from about $3.50 for a 1913 Type 1 up to about $3,600 for an uncirculate... More »

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The value of a U.S. 1937 Indian buffalo nickel ranges between $1.75 to $45. There is a very rare error in this coin in which the buffalo has only three legs. This error is worth upwards of $5,000. More »

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