Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Jessica mcclellan, Aug 21, 2019.
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Yeah, I think that I can see that.... maybe.
@derkerlegand indicated, these Buffalo "nickels" were only produced between 1913 & 1938, so what you thought you saw was not really plausible. (Side note: If you haven't already, you should buy a copy of the red book - used, within the last 2-3 yrs is OK. I only mention this because you describe yourself as "Coinkrazzz", yet you didn't know that a 1908 buff doesn't exist.)
Randy's suggestion is good, because in the condition that coin is in, it would only be a hole filler even if you were to determine the date. (Note: If you were to notice that it was a "2 feather", or "3 legged", it might be worth something in its current state, but...)
Keep up the good hunt, keep learning, & try not to invest too much time in a red herring. JMHO (Btw, I would guess it's a '28 or '29)
I ment 1928 wow error on typing
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