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First Manufacturing Women's Braided Buffalo Nickel Vest (Black, Small) features soft milled cowhide 1.1-1.2 millimeter. The buffalo nickel head snaps on the front. It has thin braid detailing down the front and back and across pockets. It has two inside pockets for storage. It has a side lace for MC look and size adjustment. It has a classic four snap front opening. It has heavy snaps that are non-rusting and non-corroding.
Two Guns White Calf Blackfoot Indian Chief, Profile on Buffalo Nickel, Ceramic Mug, 11-Oz
This is the bison leather money clip inlaid with a genuine buffalo nickel minted between 1913 and 1938. Designed by sculptor James Earl Fraser and one of the most collected coins, the buffalo nickel remains a symbol of the American Plains and is...
Two Guns White Calf Blackfoot Indian Chief Profile on Buffalo Nickel, Ceramic Mug, 11-Oz
First Manufacturing Black Small Men's Buffalo Nickel Vest with Dual Side Internal Concealed Gun Pockets features milled 1.1-1.2 millimeter cow's leather. It has two outside pockets. It is made from full satin liner.
First Manufacturing Men's Buffalo Nickel Vest with Dual Side Internal Concealed Gun Pockets (Black, XX-Large) features a milled 1.1-1.2 millimeter cow leather. It has a four antique buffalo nickel head that snaps on the front. It has two outside pockets with hidden snap closure and two inside concealed gun pockets made of special nylon with inbuilt holsters and snap closure. There is a single panel back, ideal for patches, embroidery or airbrushed art work. It has American sizing with ample length and smart
The Mossi Men's Buffalo Nickel leather vest is made from 1.4 - 1.6 premium leather. The buffalo nickel snaps are replicas of the original U.S. buffalo nickel. This motorcycle vest has two 5 inches x 6 inches open exterior pockets. It is with single panel back and inner concealment pocket.
PBF1161 Features: Coin cufflinks Actual coins are taken from amazing countries to create a true collector's dream Hand painted and given an epoxy coating
One of the most distinctly American coins, the ceremonious Buffalo nickel is always a find for numismatists- The beloved design by James Earle Fraser, minted from 1913 to 1938 was unique in its realism, the first work to depict an actual likeness of an American Indian- In our collectible first and last display, the stunning portrait of the chief in headdress appears on the obverse, the American bison with Certificate of Authenticity on reverse-- Genuine US Coins- Includes the First and Last Years of Issue
First-Year P-Mint Buffalo Nickels Set of 2 - 1913Round out any serious coin collection, or start a new one, with a couple classic American buffalos. Designed by James Earle Fraser, these groundbreaking coins represented the first American coins to accurately portray Native Americans. They also depicted the mighty American Bison, an animal central to the culture and lifestyle of many Native American tribes throughout the nation.What You Get (2) 1913 P-Mint buffalo nickels Cardboard display box Good to Know
". Colorized Buffalo Nickel Pocket Knife The Buffalo Nickel (1913-1938) set in the handle of this Collector Knife has been beautifully colorized to enhance its historic design. The wood handle is inset with engraved gold and silver tone accents and faux turquoise stones reminiscent of the Old West. Blade is 3 -+ . Includes a Certificate of Authenticity. Dimensions: 4.19"" L x 1.44"" W x .82"" H Weight: 0.5 lbs."
First Manufacturing Men's Buffalo Nickel Vest (Black, X-Large) features soft milled cowhide 1.1-1.2 millimeter. The buffalo nickel head snaps on the front. It has four outside pockets and two inside pockets for storage. It has a side lace for MC look and size adjustment. It has a classic four snap front opening. It has heavy snaps that are non-rusting and non-corroding.
Two Guns White Calf Blackfoot Indian Chief Profile on Buffalo Nickel Sepia Coaster is a great complement to any home décor. Soft coasters are 3.5" x 3.5", are absorbent, and can be washed. Ceramic coasters are 4.25" x 4.25", non absorbent and come with felt corner pads. Available in sets of 4 and 8.
The Liberty Head Nickel design had been introduced in 1883 by Chief Engraver Charles E. Barber. In the early 1900s, President Theodore Roosevelt had embarked upon a campaign to change the designs of U.S. coins, most of which had been designed by Barber. Roosevelt considered Barber's coins ugly and preferred ancient Greek designs, which incorporated high relief. During his administration, Roosevelt had the old double eagle replaced with a new design by Augustus Saint-Gaudens, but most of the minor
Vintage Avon Buffalo Nickel Soap Dish and Clint Bar Soap Men New Click Photos to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Description First Buffalo Nickel Soap Dish and Clint Bar Soap by Avon Soap Size: 4.0 fl oz. Metal Dish Size: 5" in diameter, 1" tall. The set is vintage new. It comes in the original box. The box has some age related wear. Please enlarge and examine the photo and ask questions before buying as item is being sold as is. Click here to see both men's vintage c
Old Buffalo Nickel: The buffalo was modeled after Black Diamond in the New York Zoological Gardens. Matte proof coins were made for collectors from 1913 to 1917. It was minted from 1913 - 1938. The most valuable Buffalo is a 1937 3-legged. The designer was James Earle Fraser. Years will vary. Swivel-back closures. Made in the USA.
"10 Years of Buffalo Nickels... Considered the most distinctively American of all US coin designs, the Buffalo nickel celebrates the country's westward expansion. Artist James Earle Fraser used a composite American Indian profile to create the noble obverse, and depicted docile bison Black Diamond, famous denizen of the Central Park Zoo, on the reverse. The coin was minted from 1913 to 1938 and even today remains a nostalgic favorite. The collection includes ten Buffalo nickels between the years 1925
ORDER BEFORE DEC. 10th TO GUARANTEE CHRISTMAS DELIVERY! This listing is for ONE genuine hand carved LEECH style hobo nickel, made to order on an authentic United States Buffalo nickel, in the true hobo style, and signed "Leech 13-#." I carve only full date, fine and finer original US minted buffalo nickels. The reverse will remain an unaltered, circulated full horn (or almost) buffalo... All coins are carefully hand selected for maximum eye appeal, and are signed on the rim. PLEASE SPECIFY IF YOU'D LIKE
One of the most charming American coins of all time, the Buffalo Nickel shows a Native American Indian's profile on the front and an iconic, raised image of a buffalo on the reverse. A wonderful addition to your collection or a great way to get started, this set showcases 17 coins--one from each minting year from 1919 to 1938--in a lovely foil-embossed portfolio, complete with the unique history of the Buffalo Nickel. From PUM Global, LLC.
Vintage Original Photograph from the Historical Archive of The Baltimore Sun showing Money Buffalo Nickel. The entire scanned area is 5.2" x 7.3". The diagonal text watermark will not appear on the actual photo, but all other crop marks, editing notes, masking paint, etc. will be there as shown in the scan. This is NOT a retouched, modern reproduction, it is the actual print that was used by the newspaper and then stored in its archive for decades.
"The beloved Buffalo Nickel design by James Earle Fraser, minted from 1913 to 1938, was unique in its realism and was the first work to depict an actual likeness of an American Indian. In this collectible first and last display, the stunning portrait of the chief in headdress appears on the obverse, the American bison with Certificate of Authenticity on reverse. Materials: Acrylic, Cardboard, Metal. Dimensions: 5.38"" L x 3.38"" W x 0.31"" H Weight: 0.19 lbs."
The Buffalo Nickel first minted in 1913 celebrates the 100 anniversary of issue in 2013. The First Year of Issue Buffalo Nickel is securely sealed in an acrylic case and rests handsomely in a wooden display box. The First Year of Issue Buffalo Nickel was first released into circulation on March 4, 1913 and composed of copper and nickel. The design was created to enhance the beauty of American coinage. The designer James Earle Fraser wanted to create something totally American and therefore decided upon the
10" UNPAINTED Ceramic Bisque - Buffalo Nickel bank - Has Indian head on one side and buffalo on the other both are raised from nickel base See my other listings for more great items! Any of our items can be painted for an additional fee. If you would like to have the item painted please contact me to work out the details. We are a small family business, we love to create these items, and truly enjoy knowing that our customers are happy with their product. We do have times when we are very busy and it might