Buffalo Nickel 1936 P, 1936 D and 1936 S AA20BN-CN6094

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Buffalo Nickel 1936 P, 1936 D and 1936 S
AA20BN-CN6094


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Description: 1936 P, 1936 D, and 1936 S Buffalo Nickel

1936 P   Type II On Raised Ground Buffalo Nickel
1936 D   Type II On Raised Ground Buffalo Nickel
1936 S   Type II On Raised Ground Buffalo Nickel

The Buffalo nickel or Indian Head nickel is a copper-nickel five-cent piece that was struck by the United States Mint from 1913 to 1938. It was designed by sculptor James Earle Fraser.

As part of a drive to beautify the coinage, five denominations of US coins had received new designs between 1907 and 1909. In 1911, Taft administration officials decided to replace Charles E. Barber's Liberty Head design for the nickel, and commissioned Fraser to do the work. They were impressed by Fraser's designs showing a Native American and an American bison. The designs were approved in 1912, but were delayed several months because of objections from the Hobbs Manufacturing Company, which made mechanisms to detect slugs in nickel-operated machines. The company was not satisfied by changes made in the coin by Fraser, and in February 1913, Treasury Secretary Franklin MacVeagh decided to issue the coins despite the objections.


Buffalo Nickel Specifications

Composition: 75% copper and 25% nickel

Standard weight:  5 grams, or 77 grains

Diameter: 21.2 mm

Mint Location:    Denver / Philedelpia / San Francisco

Condition: Very good circulated

Shipping Weight: 2 Lb


Coin Characteristics and Mint verified under microscope

Rare Collectible Coins! Sold as shown in photos.

These Coins are in very good overall condition for their age.


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Unique Memorabilia and a hard to find quality Collectible in very good condition! Sold as shown in photos. Comes from a Serious Collector from their High End Estate Auction.


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