This 1926-D Buffalo nickel is sure to be prized by any collector! Designed by James E. Fraser, it was struck by the historic Denver Mint during the Roaring Twenties. Its obverse bears a proud profile of the classic Native American. The reverse shows a rugged American buffalo. In the year 1926, millions of U.S. citizens petitioned to end Prohibition, and the world was shocked by the sudden death of escape artist Harry Houdini. That same year, Claude Monet "died in his prime" at the age of 86. Recall these historic events with this genuine 1926-D Buffalo nickel!
- Mint Mark: Denver
- Product Type: Single Products
- Year: 1926
- Material: Copper-Nickel