Buffalo Nickels were made in Philadelphia, Denver and San Francisco from 1913 to 1938. The first 1913 Buffalo Nickels showed the Buffalo on a mound. Later that year the coin was redesigned to show the Bison on a straight lines base.
The bison was modeled after “Black Diamond” in the New York City Zoo. Buffalo nickels are extremely popular.
CAC. Amazing strike and flashy surfaces with a lustrous blend of light blue-gold tint.
Extraordinary quality and easily the finest 1913 proof Buffalo we've handled. The strike is razor sharp on both sides and the surfaces exhibit incredibly vibrant satiny mint luster. Wonderfully original and mark-free with beautiful iridescent hues of ice-blue, rose and gold. NGC has graded just 4 coins Proof-68 and 2 have been given the 'Star' designation for outstanding eye appeal. None have graded finer at either service.
CAC. Rich lustrous surfaces with faint iridescent hues of champagne and rose. The strike is sharp and the surfaces are devoid of any noteworthy marks. Super quality!
Sharply struck with blazing luster and rich golden toning.
An 'old holder' Premium Gem with vibrant matte surfaces that are very nearly perfect!
Type 2. Vibrant lustrous surfaces with an attractive light golden hue and no marks or spots. A nearly perfect matte proof!
CAC. Beautiful thick brilliant luster coats nearly perfect surfaces. The strike is very sharp and the eye appeal is fantastic!
Sharp detail with battleship gray surfaces and some underlying luster.
Satiny luster and a sharp strike with minimal marks.
Ideal problem-free battleship gray surfaces.
Well struck and lustrous with light iridescent toning.
Nice flashy luster and a solid strike on this 'key' date issue.
A pleasing example of one of the 'keys' to the series. The strike is solid with full buffalo head detail and a split tail and the surfaces are nearly mark-free with shimmering mint luster.
A pleasing example of this semi-key date.
AU Detail. Cleaned.