Buffalo Nickel Stick Pin
Handmade by a genuine America geezer!
Fella explained that he made them in the 1970's as it doesn't pay to do it anymore. Man, that is a No Shit Statement.
Using Buffalo Nickels, he hand cut each buffalo from the coin with a coping saw and silver soldered a stick pin to the reverse. Buffalo Nickels were minted from 1913-1938 and were 75% nickel and 25% copper. My mother is allergic to nickel, which seems like a strange thing to be allergic too. Each is uniquely tarnished with different levels of wear to coin image.
Price is for one buffalo and includes domestic US shipping.