- Set includes socket, stud, post and your choice of Genuine US Minted Coin Snap.
- Handcrafted right here in Grayson County, VA.
- Choose Buffalo Nickel, Indian Head, V Nickel, Indian Penny or Liberty Dime.
- Nickels range from 1913-1938. V Nickels range from 1883-1913.
These authentic Buffalo Nickel Snaps are made using Genuine U.S. Mint circulated Buffalo/Indian Head Nickels (1913 to 1938). They are domed (or shaped) with a manual press and handcrafted using high quality silver solder and solid brass post. We also handcraft our authentic Liberty Dime (90% silver) and Indian Penny (95% copper) snaps. The V Nickels range in years from 1883-1913 and are .750 copper and .250 nickel.
This Item is NOT cover under our Lifetime Guarantee.
Good looking and holds tight
Posted by Marc on Jan 16th 2018
Bought 5 snaps to replace the ones that had grown wimpy on a vest I owned . Hoo-wee do these snaps hold...even under the pressure of my less than flat belly! Already had good compliments on how good the snaps look and how slender I look all snapped up!
High quality, prompt service, great price
Posted by Karl Hermansen on Feb 19th 2017
I have a vest with fake buffalo nickel snaps on it, and one of them came apart. I was just looking for a replacement snap when I ran across the Fox Creek website. I bought a full set of genuine US Buffalo Nickel snaps to replace the junk on the vest. They're the real deal. I owned a leather shop back when these guys started theirs, and I knew by reading their story that they live the life. After looking at the pictures of their products, I decided to go down next week and ask them to make a replacement for my 15-year old seriously abused motorcycle jacket. I know I'll be in good hands.
Indian Head Nickel
Posted by Darrell McCracken on Nov 14th 2016
I purchased the Indian Head nickels to be placed on my old motorcycle jacket that had generic button type snaps. I was looking for something to make it stand out more that what it already did. The hardest part of all of this was deciding if I wanted the Indian Head or Buffalo Nickel. Since the jacket already had the female snaps installed, all I had to do was remove the male posts on the male snaps. This was easily accomplished with a pair of needle nose pliers. Once this was done, installing the Indian head nickel and male post was simple. You have to have a flat hard surface and tool for installing the nickel to the male snap. You can pick up these tools at any hobby store. Also You Tube has some good instructional videos on this procedure. I am very pleased with the final product. The jacket now looks totally custom and original. The service from Fox Creek was fast and easy!
Posted by John Hogan on Aug 15th 2016
These snaps are fantastic. I bought all the 1901 penny snaps they had, and purchased more 1901 pennies via a popular auction site. I sent the pennies to Fox Creek Leather and they put them on snaps and installed them for me at a very reasonable price. The staff at FCL are a pleasure to do business with, via email or over the phone. Great products, great value, great people!