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1913 Buffalo Nickel, Type 1 Proof. Image: GreatCollections / CoinWeek.

Gorgeous Proof 68 1913 Type 1 Buffalo Nickel Offered at GreatCollections

By CoinWeek ....   A gorgeous, lightly toned PCGS Proof-68 example of the popular Type 1 1913 Buffalo Nickel is currently being offered by GreatCollections, with...
1915-S Buffalo Nickel. Image: Stack's Bowers / CoinWeek.

1915-S Buffalo Nickel : A Collector’s Guide

By Charles Morgan and Hubert Walker for CoinWeek Notes ..... With 1,505,000 coins struck, the 1915-S Buffalo nickel boasts the fifth-lowest mintage of the Indian...
1938-D Buffalo Nickel. Image: Stack's Bowers / CoinWeek.

1938-D Buffalo Nickel : A Collector’s Guide

The 1938-D Buffalo nickel was the last issue in the Buffalo nickel series that had started in 1913. Production began in January and ended...
Stack's Bowers Rarities Night Spring 2024 Showcase Auction - Minor coin denominations

Stack’s Bowers Spring 2024 Rarities Night Preview – Minor Coins

By Charles Morgan for CoinWeek ..... On Tuesday, March 26, 2024, Stack's Bowers will conduct its Rarities Night sale of the Spring 2024 Showcase Auction...
1938-D Buffalo nickel. Image: David Lawrence Rare Coins / CoinWeek.

Buffalo Nickel, Type 2 (1913-1938) | CoinWeek

By Charles Morgan and Hubert Walker for CoinWeek Notes .....   Buffalo or Indian Head nickels have been a popular series with collectors since the start...
1913 Buffalo Nickel, Type I. Image: David Lawrene Rare Coins.

Buffalo Nickel, Type 1 (1913) | CoinWeek

The Type 1 Buffalo Nickel surplanted the Liberty Head nickel design of Charles E. Barber that had been on the chopping block ever since...
1937-D "Three Legged" Buffalo nickel. Image: CoinWeek.

1937-D “3 Legged” Buffalo Nickel : A Collector’s Guide

The famous 1937-D “3 Legged” Buffalo nickel is one of the most important modern US coins and probably the most well-known type in the...
1926-S Buffalo Nickel. Image: David Lawrence Rare Coins.

David Lawrence Rare Coins Offers Key Date 1926-S Buffalo Nickel

The October 15 Online Auction from David Lawrence Rare Coins (DLRC) is now active and features over 400 lots that include 150 special No...
1931-S Buffalo Nickel. Image: Heritage Auctions.

1931-S Buffalo Nickel – A Collector’s Guide | CoinWeek

Nickel production at the San Francisco Mint fell to 1.2 million coins in 1931, marking the lowest output of the denomination since 1926 and...
United States Proof Coins by John Dannreuther.

United States Proof Coins Volume II: Nickel Book Released

United States Proof Coins Volume II: Nickel, the second in a series of four important reference books on U.S. Proof coins authored by acclaimed...

Guess the Grade of This 1924-D Buffalo Nickel

  * * * Today we are looking at a 1924-D Buffalo nickel. Can you guess the grade? But first, last week we had you look at...
Counterfeit Detection: Altered 1926-D Buffalo Nickel

Counterfeit Detection: Altered 1926-D Buffalo Nickel

By Numismatic Guaranty Company (NGC) ......   In 1926, the Denver Mint struck some 5.6 million Buffalo nickels, which is nearly six times the San Francisco...
No-Date Buffalo Nickels: How to Find Their Value

No-Date Buffalo Nickels: How to Find Their Value

By Everett Millman - Gainesville Coins ...... It's quite common to find Buffalo nickels that are dateless—missing the four digits that indicate the year the coin...
Unique Gold Buffalo Nickel Sells for $400,000

Unique Gold Buffalo Nickel Sells for $400,000

By Mike Byers ...... A unique gold Buffalo Nickel has been sold by Mike Byers Inc for $400,000 USD to the JDG Trust, owner of...
Jim Bisognani: Celebrating National Coin Week with Classic US Coins

Jim Bisognani: Celebrating National Coin Week with Classic US Coins

The theme of this year’s event is “Dynamic Designs, Artistic Masterpieces."   By Jim Bisognani – NGC Weekly Market Report ...... This morning, as I emerged from...

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