How much is a 1936 buffalo nickel worth?

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A 1936 buffalo nickel is worth approximately 50 cents to 24 dollars as of December 5, 2012. Value will depend on condition and where it was minted.
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Most 1936 Buffalo Nickels are worth between 30-40 cents, whereas a more uncirculated, or less worn one could be worth 10 to 12 times more.
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Gold-plated, not real gold. That makes it an altered coin with no real value to a collector.
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A 1936 or 1936-S is worth about 35 cents while a 1936-D is worth
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A 1936 Indian Head Buffalo Nickel is worth $0.35. Contact a coin dealer to get today's current market prices.
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For a quick estimate, check out http://www.coinstudy.com/buffalo-nickel-value.html. But note that a standard buffalo nickel in circulated condition usually starts as double its face value, or 10 cents. However, coin values vary depending on year and condition. To know the value for sure, you'll have to take your coin for a professional appraisal.
The best way to confirm the worth of your coin is to use the Blue Book of Coin Values. This will tell you what your coin is worth. The book costs around $10 but you can find it at your local library for free.
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