If in an original mint holder or slabbed to authenticate its condition, a 2005 buffalo nickel might retail for 25 to 50 cents. They're going for more on eBay but those prices are from someone hoping to find a buyer willing to pay an above-market price.
The 2005 nickel with a buffalo on the reverse is worth exactly 5 cents.
Anywhere from aproxamately 15 cents to 25 cents, depending one the person you sell it to.
Who much is it worth??
It's worth 5 cents.
It is worth 5 cents.
If the intended question is about its value, it's worth 5 cents.
Nope. It's only worth face value. These are very very common coins.
The 2005 Jefferson nickel with a buffalo on the reverse was struck in enormous numbers. Any that you find in change will only be worth 5 cents.
A 2005 nickel isn't old or rare enough to be worth anything above face value, so a roll is worth $2.
Buffalo nickels were minted between 1913 and 1938. The coin you are asking about is a Jefferson nickel with a bison reverse, part of the Westward Journey commemoratives. They are not rare and are worth face value.
In average condition, both coins are only worth their face value.
If you got it in change, just spend it because it is only worth face value.
It's worth exactly 5 cents.
5 cents. Gold plating adds a very thin layer of gold on the coin, it hardly increases the coin's value. The 2005 buffalo nickels were intended for circulation and only worth 5 cents unless uncirculated or proof, but since your coin has been damaged due to gold plating, even if it was uncirculated or proof it is now just worth 5 cents.
No. This is a rumor that has crossed the country but there is no truth in it. While the buffalo is clearly male, there is very little difference in the buffalo on the 2005 buffalo from the buffalo on the Buffalo nickel produced from 1913 through 1938. Click on the link named "BUFFALO NICKEL" in the "RELATED LINKS" at the lower left corner of this box to see for yourself. Click on the link named "2005 Buffalo" to see the 2005 nickel.
If you found it in change, 5 cents. Almost a billion were minted and loads of them were saved when new. Even a nice uncirculated one only sells for around a quarter.5 cents, it is not a rare coin in the least.The letter E appears several times on the 2005 nickel, but its not a mintmark those are only a P or D and are under the date. The coin is just 5 cents.there is nothing special about a 2005 buffalo nickel. so it is worth its face value of 5 cents
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.
Please check your date again. "Bison" nickels were minted in 2005. If that's what you have, it's only worth face value if you got it in change. A nice uncirculated one might bring 50¢ to $10 depending on its quality.
It's just a nickel, millions are still in circulation, spend it.
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.
These are very common coins. They were made by the millions. You might get 3-4 dollars for your coins.
There's no such thing as a buffalo HEAD nickel. They all show the full buffalo, and the ones issued in 2005 are, as the saying goes, "anatomically correct". Hundreds of millions were struck so if you found it in change it's only worth face value.
it depends on if you like buffaloe penisis or not
No 2005 Bison Reverse nickels were struck in silver.
It's just a nickel, spend it.