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1936 Five Cents Buffalo PCGS PR66+ CAC


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1936 Five Cents Buffalo PCGS PR66+ CAC




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Features of the 1936 Five Cents Buffalo PCGS PR66+ CAC:

  • Minted in the year 1936
  • US - Philadelphia Mint
  • PR66+ (CAC) Graded by PCGS
  • NGC Population: 10

The 1936 Buffalo Nickel is a classic and highly sought-after coin among numismatists. This particular piece holds the distinction of being graded by the Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) as PR66+, indicating a Proof strike with only minor imperfections. Additionally, it has received the coveted CAC (Certified Acceptance Corporation) endorsement, further attesting to its exceptional quality.

The Buffalo Nickel series, designed by James Earle Fraser, is renowned for its iconic depiction of a Native American chief on the obverse and a buffalo on the reverse. The 1936 issue is a Proof coin, meaning it was specially struck for collectors with a mirrored surface and sharp details.

The PR66+ grade signifies a coin in superb condition, with only slight imperfections visible under close inspection. This high grade enhances its desirability among collectors and investors alike. The CAC endorsement adds an extra layer of assurance, as CAC evaluates coins independently to ensure they meet stringent quality standards.

Owning a 1936 Five Cents Buffalo Nickel graded PR66+ with CAC endorsement is not only a testament to its rarity but also a reflection of its well-preserved beauty. Whether you are a seasoned collector or a passionate investor, this coin holds a special place in numismatic history, capturing the essence of American coinage during the 1930s.

Coin SeriesPre-64 Silver
Face Value.5
Mint Or RefineryU.S. Mint - Philadelphia
Metal TypeNone
Mordern Or HistoricalPre-64
Grade ServicePCGS
Metal Weight0.176 oz
CertifiedInvestment Grade
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