1936 Buffalo Nickel with Display
This collectible coin is in very good condition and looks great in it's own display. Placed where folks can see it, on a desk, the mantel over a fireplace, or on a coffee table, it's sure to get attention. A true U.S. historical artifact and natural conversation starter. Who doesn't love the Buffalo Nickel?
This little piece of U.S. history makes a great gift that never goes out of style. Collectible coins can be handed down in the family from generation to generation. Many collectible coins become more valuable with time.
I use coin holders that are made in the United States. They are not the cheap imported ones you often find others using. My coin holders are hard, crystal clear acrylic and contain no PVC to damage your coin. Each holder is made from two pieces that snap together securely. However, the coin can be easily removed at anytime.
The Buffalo Nickel was minted from 1913 to 1938. Designed by James Earl Fraser, he employed three different Native Americans as models. It's said the bison was modeled after "Black Diamond", a bison at the New York Central Park Zoo
The Buffalo Nickel weighs 5 grams, is comprised of .750 copper and .250 nickel. They were minted in Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco.
I'll ship it in a cute satin pouch ready to be gifted.