|Dates not listed||25¢|
|1913D Type II||$75|
|1913S Type II||$200|
|1915-19 D or S||$5|
The buffalo nickel, one of the most interesting coins ever produced by the U.S. Mint, features a portrait of a Native American with a buffalo on the obverse with the word ‘liberty’ prominently featured on the rim.
These Buffalo nickels were struck from 1913 to 1938, with a break during 1932 and 1933 during the great depression.
The Buffalo Nickel – or Indian Head Nickel as it is sometimes called) was minted at the Denver, San Francisco, and Philadelphia mints.
With over 1 billion coins produced, some original buffalo nickels remain in circulation today. The letter “F” on the coin refers to the coin’s designer, James Earle Fraser, a renowned naturalist.
The Jefferson nickel replaced the Buffalo nickel.
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