Frontier Buffalo Nickel Money Clip Wallet

A fresh alternative to an old favorite.  Same silhouette with a plaid flannel back and red contrast stitching for frontier fashion.
  • The front features the classic Buffalo Nickel minted from
    1913-38.  The back card holding slot gets updated with recycled red flannel for a splash of color.  Check pattern may vary slightly from image.
  • Wallet is crafted top quality pebble grain cow leather with polyester lining.  Red contrast stitching.
  • Slim and light-weight with 2 card slots on back and inner pocket. Magnetic money clip on front. A metal plate is sewn into the wallet to protect magnetic cards. Measures 3" x 3-7/8".
  • Each wallet comes gift-boxed with a Certificate of Authenticity.

The Buffalo nickel was designed by James E. Fraser from a composite of three prominent Native Americans: Iron Tail, Two Moons, and Chief John Tree. Fraser's vision for the Buffalo Head Nickel was for it to be a truly American coin, which it quickly became.


Additional Product Information

James Fraser designed the Buffalo Nickel in 1911 and the first coins were minted in 1913. During the Buffalo Nickels' 25 years of being minted, there were numerous modifications as both the text, date and value on the coin, and the die to make the coin, were easily worn. Despite the technical concerns of the time, Fraser accomplished his goal to design "a coin that could not be mistaken for any other country's coin...the buffalo, as part of our western background, was 100% American."The coin used to make this item is a "Full Date" grade which signifies strong overall detail. They have been carefully tumbled and antiqued to bring out their rich detail. For more information, please visit Historic Artifacts.