Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by ChrisKjr, Aug 21, 2019.
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I do believe I "may" see a bit of "23" where the date would be though. So, possibly 1923.
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Thanks! I appreciate your eyes
Yeah I figured I would get more specific information about this specific one out of a community like this, which I guess I have!
Yes, but looking at the coin above, I don’t think it really matters.
True but my response was based on the post just above mine, not the coin.
Good enough, and I understand, but I guess you're saying it then devalues the coin. I don't want to do that, but then what do you do with buffalos when you can't read the date? Toss them? I don't see any real value to them when you can't read the date.
A lot of people use no ddte Buffslos to make jewelry. Others just save them in rolls. I know one person that uses nic-a-date and it trying to build a complete collection of Buffalos that have been damaged by restoring the date.
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