Buffalo nickels are a coin collector favorite, and they certainly have done well for investors who entered the market years ago and today still hold the coins they bought back then. See how Buffalo nickels have performed over 15 years.
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Hobo Nickels are artwork engraved on a Buffalo nickel by hobos. They carved anything from caricatures to portraits to railroad cars on the nickels. Their values can range from $10 to $9,020.
Rare Nickels: These Are The Scarcest Jefferson Nickels (And Yes… You Can Still Find Them In Circulation!)
Even the scarcest of the Jefferson nickels are not at all cost-prohibitive for the average coin collector, making Jefferson nickels a very good coin collection to assemble for most anyone. Incredibly, Jefferson nickels can, on occasion, still be found in circulation!
While it is theoretically possible to find any legal tender money in circulation, including old and even rare coins, the likelihood of finding such coins in circulation is small -- but not impossible. Plus, you may find some error coins, as well. Here's what to look for.
Have a coin set or completed coin folder and want to know how much it's worth? Here's how to tell the value of your completed coin sets and coin folders...
Coin holders are one of the best ways to keep your coins safe. And they're inexpensive too! Here's everything you need to know about coin holders for storing the coins in your collection.
You've probably seen Whitman coin folders and wondered if that's something you need to protect your coins or not. You know, those blue folders with the picture of the coin on the front and cardboard with lots of little round holes inside.
Nickels have remained basically the same since 1936, when the Thomas Jefferson design -- aka the Jefferson nickel -- was introduced. Alas, it tends to be that when a coin's design is still current, the coins from that series stay pretty low in price. Here's what your Jefferson nickels are worth...