Considered the most distinctively American of all US coin designs, the Buffalo nickel celebrates our country's westward expansion. Artist James Earle Fraser used a composite American Indian profile to create the noble obverse, and depicted docile bison Black Diamond, famous denizen of the Central Park Zoo, on the reverse. The coin was minted from 1913 to 1938 and even today remains a nostalgic favorite. The collection includes nine Buffalo nickels between the years 1920 through 1929 (excluding 1922). They're beautifully mounted in a deluxe portfolio with artwork, historical narrative and certificate of authenticity.