Here is an example of an undated hobo nickel that I rediscovered in my collection. While it is undated, the host coin appears to be a 1913-P Type I (Raised Ground). I would estimate the coin grade to be XF+. Note the inclusion of an obverse green stone inlay where a shirt/jacket tie might be present. Also note the carvings on the edge of the coin. I am hoping someone familiar with hobo nickels might be able to help in identifying with a possible known carver. Also, I would like to hear any other comments anyone might have in regards to the quality, subject matter, inclusion of a stone inlay, rim carvings, etc. Any discussion is encouraged and any information is greatly appreciated. Here are some photos: Obverse_Full Reverse_Full Obverse_Stone_Detail Obverse_Upper_Detail Obverse_Middle_Detail Obverse_Lower_Detail Rim_1 Rim_2 Rim_3 Thank You.