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    A RARE nickel has sold for nearly $1,452 on eBay – and you could make a mint if you spot one too. The 1937 coin features a buffalo with three legs on one side, with an Indian head on the other. 2The buffalo nickel sold for nearly $1,500 on eBay this summer 2The animal is supposed to feature four legs, but one of the front legs isn't showing The standard US nickels came with a buffalo on the reverse side between 1913 and 1938. The animals were all supposed to have four legs, but some coins were produced with just three legs clearly showing. In particular, one of the front legs is missing. In June, one version of this coin minted in Denver sold for $1,451.67 on eBay after attracting 20 bids. Most read in MoneyTWO FOR ONE Lotto winner scoops second jackpot in 10 years - his strategy revealedCHICKEN WINNER I tasted 4 rotisserie chickens including Costco - there was a clear winnerLULU WHO? I found five dupes for Lululemon items on Amazon - and you can save up...
    YOUR spare change might be much more valuable than its face value implies, but you may need to check the tails side to find out. One nickel containing a hard-to-notice error was recently sold online for $1,027.04, and similar coins can be worth much more. 2This 1936 coin is from the Buffalo nickel series 2The frontmost leg on the buffalo appears partially faded From 1913 through 1938, a standard US nickel featured a buffalo on the tails, or reverse side. The eponymous animals of the Buffalo Nickel series were all supposed to have four legs, but some 1936 nickels were produced with just three legs clearly showing. The Sun previously covered 1937 Buffalo nickels with a similar error that are worth thousands. Here's how much you could be in line to make if you manage to find one of these 1936 coins in your collection. READ MORE ON RARE COINSKEY DATE Rare dime sells for $5,000 online - the exact date you need to find on the coinFIVE ON IT Most valuable nickels worth up to $4.5million...
    CERTAIN coins contain small errors that add hundreds or thousands of dollars to their face value. However, if you don't know what kind of errors you're looking for, you may have valuable coins lying around without realizing it. 1The buffalo on the back of this nickel is supposed to have four legs but has just three After spotting a nickel that sold for $880 on eBay, coin collector Justin Couch took to TikTok to explain the subtle error that made the five-cent piece so expensive. Justin has more than 600,000 followers across YouTube, TikTok, and Instagram, and regularly shares advice about rare coins and other collectibles. The $880 coin received more than 31 bids from collectors before being sold, but may look like an ordinary nickel to the untrained eye. While some error coins have features that shouldn't be present, like doubled dies, others like this 1937 nickel lack something that was supposed to be included. READ MORE ON RARE COINSGOOD EYE I'm a coin expert - the elements to look for to find a $1,000 Jefferson...
    NEVER judge a book by its cover, or a coin by its face value. Certain coins gain and retain significant value over time, and collectors will pay top dollar for some coveted pieces. 5These five-cent pieces have sold for at least $250,000 at auction Because of errors, low mintage, or age, many US coins have become exponentially more valuable than their denomination implies. This includes a number of extremely rare nickels, which can sell for thousands or even millions despite technically being worth just five cents. While President Thomas Jefferson has been featured on the nickel since 1938, no five-cent piece bearing his likeness has ever sold for more than $50,000, according to data from the Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS). Some of the most valuable nickels came from the Buffalo series, which saw the animal on the reverse, or tails side of the coin from 1913 to 1938. READ MORE ON RARE COINSWHAT A DIME-OND A Rare dime sells for $5,555 online - do you have coins worth $1,000s?KEY DATE Rare circulated quarter sells for...
    IT’S possible you might have a coin worth thousands and you can find one by just looking at the date. Some factors when determining the value of coins could depend on grade and condition, errors and low mintage. 1There is an overdate error feature on the obverse One Buffalo nickel with a 1918 date recently sold online for nearly $5,000. We explain why it did and what to look for so you can spot it yourself. What is the 1918 Buffalo nickel?  This date marked the sixth production year of the Buffalo nickel. That year the following coins were minted: READ MORE ON COINSPRESIDENTIAL VALUE Rare Lincoln cent sells for $1,875 - how to spot this special coinsKEY DATE Rare Circulated dime sells for $4,800 online - how to find one why it's valuable 1918 (no mintmark, Philadelphia): 32.1million mintage 1918-D (Denver): 8.36million mintage  1918-S (San Francisco: 4.89million mintage While those mintages seem high, there is one coin with the date that is quite valuable. This is the one with the overdate error, which happens when a mint strikes a date over an already finished...
    A NICKEL has sold for more than $1,300 online, as bidders were intrigued by the grade. The nickel is a part of the Buffalo series, which was in circulation from 1913 to 1938. 1The 1935 Buffalo nickel was certified by PCGS It came before the Jefferson piece, the five-cent denomination that Americans are accustomed to today. When comparing the two, Buffalo nickels are typically more valuable. This is because the mintage with many Buffalo coins is much lower. Why the coin is valuable Interestingly, the Buffalo nickel that sold for $1,326 after 15 bids does not feature a date with scarce mintage. READ MORE ON COINSDOUBLE DIE Rare 1972 Lincoln penny sells for $250 online - how to spot it in your changeWHAT A STRIKE Rare 1980 Jefferson nickel sells for $108 - is there one in your piggy bank? It is dated 1935 without a mintmark, with production surpassing 58million in total. However, sometimes grade and condition could drive up the demand amongst collectors. The seller of the 1935 nickel in the listing...
    A NICKEL that was minted in the early 1920s has sold for thousands online. The coin is part of the Buffalo-Indian nickel design, which was struck by the US Mint from 1913 to 1938. 1Only 1.4million pieces with an S mark have been minted The piece features the date 1924 with an S mintmark, which stands for its San Francisco mint location. The mark can be found under the words “Five Cents” on the reverse. Most importantly, the 1924-S has one of the lowest reported mintages in the series, with a little more than 1.4million pieces. In comparison, the average mintage for a Buffalo nickel is nearly 19million, according to Coin Mintages. READ MORE ON COINSCOINING IT Damaged Lincoln penny sells for $915 online after bidding war - do you have one?COINING IT Rare Henning Jefferson nickel sells for $147 online - do you have one? If you happen to find a rare coin, the next thing you’ll want to take into account is grade and condition. For example, the Buffalo nickel in the eBay listing is described to be in “AU++.” The letters “AU” stand for...
    A NICKEL with a mintage of under one million has sold for more than $1,100 on eBay. The rare coin is a part of the Buffalo nickel series, which was struck by the US Mint from 1913 to 1938.  1There is an "S" below the "Five Cents" that you'll want to be on the lookout for The one that sold in the recent eBay listing is the 1926-S Buffalo nickel. The S stands for the mint location, which is San Francisco.  Other than the S, other buffalo nickels either had a D or no letter mark in that year of the series. However, these have a combined mintage of more than 50million.  The S coin, on the other hand, has a mintage of only 970,000.  To spot the difference, you’ll want to take a look at the reverse and look for a letter mark below the “five cents” text.  If you happen to find an S coin, keep in mind the value could depend on grade and condition.  Most read in MoneyBIG BUCKS Deadline for automatic $660 monthly payments passes after $1,100 boosts sentMEAL DEAL...
    CHECK anywhere you might store change at home because a rare nickel from 1937 has sold for more than $1,100 online. When it comes to the 1937 nickel, there are a couple of interesting things to note. 1The front leg on the buffalo is missing For one, the coin was one of the last buffalo nickels minted. The buffalo nickels were struck by the US mint from 1913 to 1938. But most notably, the 1937 coin, which features an Indian head on the obverse, has an error that can be seen on the side where the buffalo is. The error can be noticed on one of the legs. “There will be three solid legs but the front leg will be clearly missing,” USA Coin Book (UCB) wrote in a description of the coin.  On the very bottom of the reverse of the coin, you’ll spot a “D,” which stands for the mint location Denver. When it comes to the coin in the eBay listing, it sold for $1,110 after picking up 27 bids. Most read in MoneyPAYDAY 'Surprise' $6,300 stimulus checks' being sent as calls for...
    RARE nickels are selling for more than $1,000 online - and you could make a mint if you spot a similar coin. The most valuable coins are usually those with a low mintage or an error. 5If you happen to have one lying around your home - these nickels could hold some serious value In particular, rare Lincoln pennies could be quite valuable depending on the condition it is in. Also, some nickels including ones featuring Indian heads and Liberty tend to hold value. Others nickels featuring the third US President Thomas Jefferson don’t tend to go for as much as online. This might be because the first nickel featuring Jefferson was minted in 1938 and are quite common today. Meanwhile, Indian head Buffalo nickels were only minted from 1913 to 1938 – so these will be much rarer to come by. Below we round up nickels in circulation that have sold for a decent amount of cash recently on eBay. Most read in MoneyHIDDEN BONUS 'Secret stimulus check' sent as calls for new $2,000 payments EVERY MONTH growPRETTY PENNY Lincoln Penny is...
    A RARE buffalo nickel has sold for more than $1,000 on eBay – and you could make a mint if you spot one too. The 1937 nickel features a buffalo with three legs on one side, with an Indian head on the other. 1This 1937 nickel features a buffalo with three legs Although the listing does not provide concrete details about the coin itself, the metal is said to contain 75% copper and 25% nickel, according to USA Coin Book. Moreover, the circulated coin features a diameter of 21.2 mm, with a mass of 5 grams. The coin was minted in Denver. In total, the coin racked up 29 bids. The final price amounted to $1,400 – which represents a whopping 28,000 times the original value of the nickel. The coin was sold by Nevada Coin & Jewelry, which claims it is a Las Vegas-based jewelry dealer with three locations in the valley. The seller maintains 100% positive feedback, with only five neutral reviews.   Most read in MoneySKY HIGH Salvador starts mining Bitcoin using VOLCANO energy as price soars 10%SHOW ME THE MONEY 4th...
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