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Is a 1923 Indian Head Nickel you received as change worth anything more than a nickel?

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2008-07-06 01:21:55
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In average circulated condition, it's worth about a dollar. If the buffalo's horn is full & complete, it's worth about $10 If there is an "S" mintmark, on the back, beneath FIVE CENTS, then in average circulated condition, it's worth about $5. And if the buffalo's horn is full & complete, it's worth about $200 About $3 in worn condition, $5 with moderate wear, $12 with only slight wear

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Please check your coin again, as well as those in your pocket change, and post a new, separate question:Indian head (buffalo) nickels were minted from 1913 to 1938. A 1946 nickel would be a familiar Jefferson nickel.ALL US coins have their reverse side oriented 180ยบ to the front.

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The French lost their claim in North America when they lost the French and Indian War to England. Britan received Florida from Spain.

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If you got in change, just spend it.

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you can't buy a nickel. It's change you can get back. There's no buys nickels, dimes, pennies, or quarters. It's just change. Lawls literal epic fail sir. im pretty sure they were asking about the element nickel, Ni, not the currency.

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