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Buffalo Nickel Money Clip Wallet
Product Code: 156580

Buffalo Nickel Money Clip Wallet

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Both rare and unique, the Buffalo Nickel is the defining feature of our Father’s Day money clip wallet. Crafted from top quality black leather, this lightweight carry-all includes two card slots on the back and an inner pocket. The magnetic money clip on front holds an authentic Buffalo Head Nickel, minted from 1913 to 1938 and designed by James E. Fraser, whose vision was for it to be a “truly American coin.” Each wallet is handsomely packaged with its own Certificate of Authenticity, adding a one-of-a-kind touch to Dad’s gift.

  • Black leather wallet features an authentic Buffalo Nickel minted from 1913-1938
  • Top quality pebble grain cow leather with polyester lining
  • Slim and light-weight with two card slots on back and inner pocket
  • Magnetic money clip on front; metal plate is sewn in to protect magnetic cards
  • Coin is made in the USA
  • Each wallet arrives in a gift box with a Certificate of Authenticity
  • Measures 3"W x 4"H
  • About the Buffalo Nickel
    • Designed by James E. Fraser from a composite of three prominent Native Americans: Iron Tail, Two Moons and Chief John Tree

His vision for the Buffalo Head Nickel was for it to be a “truly American coin”, a desire that proved prophetic