1921 Buffalo Nickel. MS-66+ (PCGS). A lovely Gem with blooms of pastel toning across smooth satin surfaces. Vivid shades of powder-blue and gold are ringed by tight bands of neon color on the obverse. Sharply struck, as befits the issue, and eagerly awaiting inclusion in a top flight Buffalo nickel set. The 1921 is one of the scarcer Philadelphia Mint issues in this series with a relatively limited mintage of 10,663,000 circulation strikes. Even so, it is not a major rarity in an absolute sense and locating a Mint State example in most grades should not prove too difficult in todays market. We stress the word "most" in the preceding sentence, however, for at the MS-66+ level the coin offered here is a noteworthy condition rarity that ranks among the finest certified. Sure to catch the eye of astute bidders.