1936 is not a rare date for Buffalo nickels. In circulated condition, it's worth about 50 cents. A nice uncirculated one is worth about $30
Common date buffalo nickels in circulated condition are worth about 50 cents. If it's worn to the point that the date is unreadable, it's worth about 10 cents.
1930 is a relatively common date for buffalo nickels -- in average circulated condition it's worth 50-75 cents. A buffalo nickel with the date worn off is worth less than 10 cents.
Indian head (buffalo) nickels were minted from 1913 to 1938. They are worth $50
It's a common date for Buffalo nickels. Average value is 50 cents to $1.50 for low grade coins.
depends i have a1867 shield nickel at AU-50 and its worth $285
The U.S. Mint issued the 5-cent nickel with an Indian head on the front and a buffalo on the back from 1913 until 1938. Often known as the "buffalo nickel" or "Indian head nickel," the coin is popular among collectors. A few prints are considered rarities while most others---like the 1929 print---are abundant and are worth, on average, 50 cents. As with any good collectible, some discrepancies in printing make some coins more sought after than others.
This is a common date in the Buffalo Nickel series - and in average-circulated condition, retails for about $1. If it's uncirculated, it can retail for up to $50 or $60.
This famous design is called either a buffalo nickel or an Indian head nickel; both names are about equally common. Please see the question "What is the value of a 1928 US nickel?" for more information. 1928 is not a rare date for Buffalo nickels. In average circulated condition it's worth about 50 cents. If it has enough details to still clearly see the entire horn on the buffalo, it will be worth $8.00 or more. Check the back, under the FIVE CENTS for a letter "D" or "S". Having one of these mintmarks will make your coin worth more -- especially in the higher grades.
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.
A Buffalo Nickel (sometimes called an Indian Head Nickel) is a 5 cent piece created by the United States Mint from 1913 to 1938. When you put condition and mint into play, the coin can be worth 50 cents to 10 dollars.
Despite being over 50 years old, it's a common date, and still only worth 5 cents in circulated condition.
This coin is also often called a Buffalo nickel or a Indian Head nickel. Both names are about equally common. 1935 is a very common date. Most coins are valued at .50 cents to $3.00.
Even in the worst condition a 1937 Buffalo head nickel can be valuable. This coin has been sold for 80 dollars in good condition and 50 dollars in poor condition.
You have what's known as a Hobo Nickel. The soldier design was carved into the coin after it left the mint. You would need an expert first-hand inspection to determine if you have a modern version (worth $5-$50) or an original (worth possibly hundreds of dollars).
An 1876 shield nickel* is worth about $24 in worn condition, $50 with only moderate wear, and $95+ if "like new".
A nickel equals 5 cents; the dime 10 cents. Two nickels equals one dime in value. So the nickel is 50% of the dime.
About $50 - $100 depending on condition.
This famous design is called either a buffalo nickel or an Indian head nickel; both names are about equally common.1937 is a common date for Buffalo Nickels. In average Circulated condition, it's worth about 50 cents. If the buffalo's horn is complete, it's worth $1.00 to $1.50 and you can usually check prices on common coins by looking on eBay or the websites of coin dealers. There are quite a few of them on the web.Please see the question "What is the value of a 1937 US nickel?" for more information.A 1937 Buffalo nickEL is common, if it's in collectible condition the value is $1.00-$3.00 for an average coin. It's worth around $.50-2.50 in average condition, and up to almost $20 if uncirculated.If the buffalo has 4 legs visible it's a common variety worth about $1 in average condition. If it's missing one leg it MAY be a much rarer variety worth in excess of $500. However there are many counterfeits so if you have the 3-leg version it should be inspected by a professional dealer or appraiser.FAQs:Do buffalo nickels contain any silver? > No. Like all nickels except the famous "war nickels" of 1942-45, buffalo nickels are 75% copper and 25% nickelIs the coin also called a "nickle"? No. There IS something called a "nickle" but it's a small European bird!!
There is no 1806 nickel. The first 5 cent nickel was minted in 1866. An 1866 nickel may be worth between $25 and $1200 depending on variety and condition. A typical one would likely be worth about $50.
All other dates after 1946-1951 in mint uncirculated are worth 50 cents. So you got yourself a 1955 nickel worth .05 cents...
About 50 cents in average condition.
The golden buffalo is worth $50.