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How do you find out how much your buffaloindian head nickel is worth if you are unable to read the date?

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2005-11-14 06:02:42
2005-11-14 06:02:42

If the date is worn off, they are worth 15-25 cents to someone who wants to make buttons from them or decorate a western belt.

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