Why is there no date on this Nickel?

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  1. COINWILD

    COINWILD Active Member

    Any and all information is Appreciated..Thank You
     

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  3. don oswald

    don oswald Active Member

    It’s rubbed out like many buffalo nickels
     
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  4. COINWILD

    COINWILD Active Member

    Thank You ..for your concern and information.
     
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  5. thomas mozzillo

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  6. COINWILD

    COINWILD Active Member

    I thought the 1800s ..but this was first introduced in 1913 discontinued in 1938..Thank You for your concern and information.
     
  7. Randy Abercrombie

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    The date on these was placed on the highest point of the device. Many circulated buffalo's lose their dates because of this.
     
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