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|If collecting coins is your hobby, then the 1915 Buffalo Nickel dollar is an absolute must-have for all, beginners and veteran alike. Portraying the sculpture of an American Indian on obverse side and an American buffalo on reverse side, this Buffalo Nickel coin depicted true American themes. This copper-nickel coin was designed by sculptor James Earle Fraser and released in the year 1915. Being 21.2 mm in diameter and weighing 5 g, the 1915 Buffalo Nickel dollar is made up of 75 percent copper and 25 percent nickel. And with denomination value of 5 cents, this Buffalo Nickel coin series are in production from the year 1913 to 1938. Even though this Buffalo Nickel coin series were released on February 22, 1913, but it came to circulation on March 4, 1913. Moreover, this copper-nickel coin is also called as Indian Head Nickels.|
|Sub Geo||Not Available|
|Coinage Type||Circulation Coinage|
|Catalog Number||KM# 134|
|Coin Name||Buffalo Nickel|
|Mint Name||U.S. Mint|
|Reverse Description||American Bison standing on a line|
|General Note||In 1913 the reverse design was modified so the ground under the buffalo was represented as a line rather than a mound. On the 1937D 3-legged variety, the buffalo's right front leg is missing, the result of a damaged die.|
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