As survivors of the Great Depression, WWII, and more than 75 years, a collection of Buffalo nickels could be pretty pricey... But now to mark the 100th anniversary of this popular series, you can get the last 7 Philadelphia issues in a surprisingly affordable set!
At the height of the Depression, demand for coinage was so low, no Buffaloes were struck at the Philadelphia Mint. And the last-year coin of 1938 was only produced in Denver. So, these seven coins from 1928-1937 are the last “P” issues of the series. Struck over 75 years ago, when mintages were far lower than today, many of these collector favorites wore out or were lost through circulation. But here with this 7-coin set, you’ll enjoy James E. Fraser’s masterful design – a true classic – prized by collectors everywhere! Get your set right away!
- Mint Mark: Philadelphia
- Product Type: Sets
- Year: Mixed Years
- Material: Copper-Nickel