1920-D BUFFALO 5C, TYPE 2 MS66
GEM SATIN WHITE. TIED FOR HIGHEST GRADED.
In 1920, Ford Motor Company began a process of converting its factory’s substantial wood waste into charcoal. Ford sold the charcoal under the name Ford Charcoal. The charcoal company was renamed Kingsford in 1951 and currently holds roughly 80 percent of the US charcoal market. This 1920 nickel recalls ingenious recycling of a company’s waste.