1913-D Buffalo nickel: type 1 or 2?

Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by The Half Dime, Feb 28, 2024.

  1. The Half Dime

    The Half Dime Arrows!

    Recently I got this 1913-D Buffalo nickel, and I've been trying to identify the type. It's quite worn, though, which makes it quite hard. I'm thinking it's a type 1, but it could be a 2.

    Do you know which one this is? If so, I hope you can share it.

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  3. Coins4Eli

    Coins4Eli Collector of Early American Copper

    From your image it appears to have wear consistent with a type 1.
  4. The Half Dime

    The Half Dime Arrows!

    I agree. After looking at it some more, it appears to be a type 1 because of an item between the hind legs that's not in a type 2.
  5. robec

    robec Junior Member

    The Buffalo is on the mound. Easy to identify. T-1
  6. Mr.Q

    Mr.Q Well-Known Member

    The mound tells the story, type 1. The reverse is very weak, hope the obverse is better.
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