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# How much is a 2005 buffalo nickel worth?

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It is worth 5 cents because they are not rare. If it is a proof coin they are worth a max of \$5. It is a proof coin if it has a S mintmark.

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## Related Questions

The 2005 nickel with a buffalo on the reverse is worth exactly 5 cents.

If you got it in change, just spend it because it is only worth face value.

A 1819 nickel is worth approximately 100.00 dollars.

The first buffalo nickels were minted in 1913.

Check that coin again. The last year for buffalo nickels was 1938.

An Indian Buffalo Nickel from 1905? You sure? They didn't make them until 1913.

Look at the date and coin again, the last year a Buffalo nickel was struck was 1938.

It's just a nickel, millions are still in circulation, spend it.

...No such coin exists. The last buffalo nickel was minted in 1937, in 1938 the Jefferson nickel started being produced.

Buffalo nickels were minted between 1913 and 1938.

Buffalo nickels were only issued from 1913 to 1938.

a 1920 buffalo nickel is worth about 2.50 because it's not that rare

Thomas Jefferson is on the nickel, not George Bush. A 2005 nickel is still only worth 5 cents. If it in fact does have George Bush on it, then it's some kind of novelty done by someone other than the US Mint, and is worth as much as someone is willing to pay.

Anywhere from aproxamately 15 cents to 25 cents, depending one the person you sell it to.

In 1930 there was the buffalo nickel, or the Lincoln penny, but never a buffalo penny.

No such thing. The last year buffalo nickels were minted was 1938.

Please check the date on your coin again and post a new question. The last Buffalo nickel was struck in 1938.

The buffalo nickel with a penis made in 1913-1938, can be taken to 'most' banks and they will take the nickel, and hand you a \$20 bill for every nickel you have that fits the criteria..ie: date, nickel, penis.

I was infomed \$4 - 1,560 depending on quality

Dates and mintmarks are needed. Post new question.

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