The other side of the coin

Kageleiry, Jamie
September 1993
Yankee;Sep93, Vol. 57 Issue 9, p58
Presents James Earle Fraser's design of a coin to replace the Liberty Head nickel in 1911. Models in the form of a Great Plains Indian and an American buffalo; Problems with vending machines and turnstiles in New York City subways.


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