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What is 1861 buffalo coin worth?

If the date 1861 is directly below the word Kansas, and it says 2005 at the bottom, and the other side of the coin has a picture of George Washington, then it's simply a 2005 (MORE)

What is the value of an 1861 US nickel?

The first nickels were minted in 1866. Prior to that time 5-cent coins were smaller, made from silver, and called half-dimes. If you have a coin that says HALF DIME on the ba (MORE)

What was the Trent affair in 1861?

The Trent Affair reflected the uneasy state of international relations created by the war. The Confederacy hoped that England or France, even both, would come to its aid. The (MORE)

What is the value of an 1861 British Penny?

There are 16, possibly more, variants of this coin depending on where it was minted and the small variations to the obverse and reverse designs, so the following is a very bro (MORE)

What is a 1861 quarter worth?

An 1861 Liberty Seated quarter is worth $25.00-$80.00 in average condition. A 2005 Kansas State Quarter with a Buffalo on the reverse is 25 cents.
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What is the value of an 1861 buffalo quarter?

No such coin exists. There has never been a US quarter with a  buffalo on it. In 1861, the quarter had the Seated Liberty design  on it, not featuring a buffalo on either th (MORE)

Civil war 1861-1865?

The American Civil War (1861-1865), also known as the War Between the States and several other names, was a civil war in the United States of America. Eleven Southern slave st (MORE)

Who was the president in 1861?

This depends on the country. See related questions or re-ask your question specifying the country. United States: James Buchanan, replaced by Abraham Lincoln on March 4. Jame (MORE)
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What sport was invented in 1861?

The sport of basketball was invented in 1861 by James Naismith. It  took off rapidly and became one the most popular sports in the  world.
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What happened on April 15 1861?

On April 15, 1861 President Lincoln issued a proclamation asking  men to confront the south. On the 17th of April the state of  Virginia was surrendered to the Union.
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