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"Indian Head or Buffalo Nickel coin album by Whitman Publishing. The indian Head nickel five-cent piece today is almost universally known as the "Buffalo" nickel, after the American bison on the reverse. The design made its debut in 1913. James Earle Fraser, a sculptor well known in the private sector, was its creator. The obverse features an authentic portrait of a Native American, modeled as a composite from life, with three subjects posing. Buffalo nickels include, Variety 1, FIVE CENTS on Raised Ground ( 1913 ) , and Variety 2, FIVE CENTS in Recess ( 1913 - 1938 )." - Whitman Publishing
Designer: James Earle Fraser. Weight: 5 grams. Composition: .750 copper, .250 nickel. Diameter: 21.2 mm. Edge: Plain. Mints: Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco.
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