About 1915 5c MS Buffalo Nickels
The 1915 Buffalo nickel is a coin fairly typical for Philadelphia-minted five-cent coins of its time. Not particularly scarce, though tougher to locate than its Philly counterparts from the 1920s and certainly the 1930s, the 1915 Buffalo nickel is available in adequate supplies, particularly in circulated condition. With a mintage approaching 21 million, this issue is common enough in well-worn grades and can be easily found in higher circulated grades, too. Uncirculated pieces are predictably tougher to find than circulated examples, though even in this case there are decent quantities of Gem specimens available up through MS66.
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