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Buffalo Nickel Silvertone Feather Earrings
The feather represents trust in the Native American culture. Feathers paired with the colors blue which represents the sky and red which represents the earth lend an ease with Mother Nature in the Buffalo Nickel Silvertone Feather Earrings. A genuine United States Buffalo Nickel minted from 1913 to 1938 is set securely in a round silvertone bezel and hang from a fish hook style earring. The chandelier style earrings are set off by hand beaded blue and red glass beads and a silvertone feather. The earrings measure 3.125 inches in length and are rhodium plated pewter. A Certificate of Authenticity is included.
Minted From 1913-1938
Designed By James E Fraser
Minted of 75% Copper And 25% Nickel
The obverse (front) of the coin shows an idealized Native American.
The reverse (back) of the coin shows an American buffalo. The buffalo used in the design was named black diamond, the largest bison (weighed almost a ton) in captivity
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