1915 Buffalo Nickel Value

The 1915 Buffalo Nickel can reach as high as $50,000.00 in value, depending on the condition and grading of the coin. All coins in 1915 were normal. If you were looking for something exciting with this year, such as double die, three legs on the buffalo, or a misprint on the year, you will be disappointed. None of these abnormalities appeared in any of the 1915 coins. At least that has been discovered to date.

The coin was made in Philadelphia (no mint mark), Denver (“D” mint mark), and San Francisco (“S” mint mark).

What is the 1915 Buffalo Nickel Value?

So what’s the 1915 Buffalo Nickel value? Good question. Take a look at the chart I put together below to find out what its worth. This can be helpful whether you’re looking to buy sell, or just evaluate a coin in your collection.

Recommended Buys for the 1915 Buffalo Nickel

Here are my personal recommendations for the budget minded, avid collector, as well as high end collector.

Low Budget

If you just want to get your hands on this coin, just to have in your collection, go with a F12 Philadelphia coin, which you can probably find for around $10 to $12.

Mid Range for the Average Collector

$135 gets you a MS64 Philly coin. Yes, Philadelphia is probably the least desirable coin for this year, but at the same time, it allows you to get a beautiful looking coin on the cheap. You could spend close to $2000 for a coin from San Francisco of the same grade.

High End Collector

The 1915-D and 1915-S with PCGS grading of MS66 are both great coins to have in your collection. You should be able to find either of these for less than $5,000. If you want the best of the best, go for the 1915-D PCGS graded MS67 coin for around $50,000.

Buy a  Buffalo Nickel

If you are interested in adding a 1915 Buffalo Nickel to your collection, there are some great buys out there, you just have to find them. For these types of coins, I’m comfortable using eBay. If you’re going to spend the money on an MS67, you may consider trying something like Heritage Auctions. Just don’t forget to not overpay and use the above chart on the 1915 buffalo nickel value.

What Next?

If you’re not quite ready to buy, sell or trade the Buffalo Nickel yet, you may want to do a little more research. You may be interested in learning about the 1914 or 1916 Buffalo Nickel as well.

Happy collecting!

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