It would depend on the date of the Buffalo nickel. Post a new question and include the date and mintmark if there is one.
This will vary greatly depending on date and mint mark.
A date is needed. Please post a new and separate question.
Value is determined by the coin's date, mint mark, and condition.
The value depends on the date, mint mark, and condition. Without knowing those details, your question is impossible to answer.
The value varies greatly depending on factors such as the date, mint mark, and condition. One buffalo nickel can be worth anywhere from ten cents to hundreds of dollars.
It depends on the date and the mint mark along with the condition. It is impossible to say without knowing those key pieces of information.
The buffalo nickel with a penis made in 1913-1938, can be taken to 'most' banks and they will take the nickel, and hand you a $20 bill for every nickel you have that fits the criteria..ie: date, nickel, penis.
Please check your coin again and post a new, separate question with its date. Buffalo* nickels were minted at Denver from 1913 to 1938 so it's not possible to give a specific answer without that information.(*) The coin is called a buffalo nickel or an Indian head nickel, but not "buffalo head" because it shows the entire animal :)
The "F" you see under the date is NOT a mintmark, it's the designers James Earle Fraser initial. The mintmark (if it has one) is on the back under "FIVE CENTS". The likely value is 25 cents to $1.00 In addition the coin is called a buffalo nickel or an Indian head nickel, but not "buffalo head" because it shows the entire animal :)
Reverse below buffalo
What you're seeing is actually a small "F", which is the initial of the designer James Fraser. Mint marks on Buffalo nickels are below the words FIVE CENTS on the back:No mint mark = PhiladelphiaD = DenverS = San FranciscoIf the coin is so worn it that the date is no longer visible (a common problem with buffalo nickels) it's only worth 10 to 25 cents as a curiosity.If the date is visible you can get an estimate of its value by looking for questions "What is the value of a (date) US nickel?" where (date) is of course your coin's specific date.