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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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Q: Is a 1923 Indian Head Nickel you received as change worth anything more than a nickel?
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Not really. A money exchange doesn't deal in change. A collector might give you a nickel for it, just to be nice.


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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 180º to the front.


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