Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by psilvergirl, Sep 18, 2019.
Log in or Sign up to hide this ad.
_ ____/ \______
die can release from the coin and pull up without damaging the sides. When new , we see the thinner top and when it wears close to the bottom, we see the wider bottom. Jim
Not a three legged variety. One, two, three, four. Those collectors count about as well as I see.
Yeah, sometimes it's confusing between the 2 years. 1937 D is known for the 3 legged, but 1936 D is known for the 3 1/2 legged.
The above pic is the 1936 D 3 1/2 legged.
Unfortunately, the OP's coin is not this.
When I clicked on your photo an image of a 1937 D 3 legged Buffalo came up. It's from Goldberg Coins. I don't know if it's the same.
Thank you so much for you help. As I said I am very new to this. I can use all the input I can get. Guess I will have to keep looking for a good find.
This pic looks like the 1937 D 3 legged. If you look behind the front legs it appears to have a shadow of a leg. That was the first thing I noticed about all the pictures of the 1937's.
Keep at it. You'll get there.
Yes, it is the 3 leg...my bad!
Separate names with a comma.