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U.S. Buffalo Nickels

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Hard-to-find coins issued from 1913 to 1938.

The legendary Buffalo nickel captures the unique spirit of its era. Designed by James Earle Fraser, a renowned sculptor who built a reputation for his artwork honoring the American West, it features two famous frontier icons – a proud Native American chief and a spectacular buffalo. With its unprecedented realism and depth of detail, it has been hailed as a masterpiece ever since it was first minted more than 100 years ago.

Included are:
• The increasingly hard-to-find first and last years of issue, 1913 and 1938.
• Historic mint-condition U.S. commemorative postage stamps that accompany each coin.
Collector Panels that include full-color artwork and stirring narrative related to the history of the West.
Plus a Collector’s Album, yours at no extra charge.
$21 +$1.50 shipping & service, per panel
Initial shipment is $22.50
Featuring 20 stunning coins, U.S. Buffalo Nickels forms a collectible of beauty, meaning and importance. These historic coins are presented in gently circulated condition, protectively encased so you can safely view both front and back. The custom-crafted album (measuring 12" x 8" x 2.5") will be sent with your second shipment.

This collection allows you the convenience of building it item-by-item with a gradual payment plan. After your first shipment of one Panel, Panels will be shipped directly to your home at the rate of two Panels every other month until the last shipment of three Panels (10 total shipments in this collection). You may pay for one Panel per month.

Your satisfaction is 100% guaranteed. You may return any shipment within 30 days for replacement, or for a full refund with no further obligation. You may cancel at any time by calling the toll-free number included with each shipment. Either party may cancel this agreement at any time.

Note:  This product not made by Native Americans.

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