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HOW TO SELL BUFFALO NICKELS

By Jon R. Warren

The Soldster Guide to making fast cash from pocket change.

If you want to flip large lots of buffalo nickels for a quick profit, our standing bid for clean, undamaged buffalo nickels is $10.00 per pound in bulk. We will take any quantity up to 100,000 coins or 1000 pounds in weight. There are roughly 90 nickels per pound.

Any nickel dated from 1913 to 1938 is a buffalo nickel and is also sometimes called an Indian head nickel. They are called "buffalo nickels" because they have an image of a standing buffalo on the reverse, or backside of the coin. In 1939, the buffalo nickel was replaced with the Jefferson nickel, which is what we still have, with few changes, today.

Buffalo nickels are very common, but some rare dates are worth dollars, not nickels. However, they are rare for a reason. You could spend a lifetime searching through mountains of of them and never find a rare date. Finding a rare date or mint mark is like winning the lottery.

It is much more profitable to deal in bulk. Buy them whenever you have the chance at flea markets, yard sales, estate sales, then turn around and sell them to us for a profit knowing that we are always ready, able and willing to buy you out. Or do some cursory rare date searching, then offload the culls to us.

Whatever you decide to do, just remember that we are in the business of buying large lots of common date coins. Our standing offer price changes often, so please check this page from time to time.


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