1937 Buffalo Nickel Value Guide

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What Is the 1937 Buffalo Nickel Made Of? Except for the coin’s reverse, the Type II 1937 Buffalo nickel resembles the Type I of 1913.

In the 1937 version, the bottom of the reverse has been redesigned. The buffalo, formerly standing on elevated ground, is now on a line or a plane.

The word FIVE CENTS, previously written on the mound, is now concealed by a recessed area below the line, guarding it against deterioration. 

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The Buffalo nickel was produced using this style from 1913 to the end of the Buffalo motif in 1938.

1937 Buffalo Nickel Varieties The 1937 Buffalo nickel has a face value of $0.05 or five cents and has a metal composition of 75% Copper and 25% Nickel.

This plain-edged coin has a diameter of 21.20 millimeters and weighs 5.00 grams.

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