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Hello, first time poster. I am a bit stumped by this coin. Anybody know anything about its mintage and value?

Apparently a 1936 Indian head Nickel with no obverse.

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On 10/8/2022 at 12:08 PM, s8zaphod said:

Hello, first time poster. I am a bit stumped by this coin. Anybody know anything about its mintage and value?

Apparently a 1936 Indian head Nickel with no obverse.

IMG_20220710_143358189.thumb.jpg.3f70858f98dddeb6bdb32ed4a7e18377.jpg

 

IMG_20220710_143342306.thumb.jpg.8c74b8b02005519b536f85295ae75a95.jpg

Welcome to the forum. 

Looks as if someone hollowed out the reverse, if damaged the value is minimal. What is the weight? Could you post clearer, cropped images, taken straight on as well?

Try posting this in the US, World, and Ancient section or the Newbie section, more people will see it and comment. (thumbsu

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On 10/20/2022 at 9:21 PM, Tigerbait said:

You should get them framed together.  That is very cool!

Thank you.  Nice thought.

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On 10/24/2022 at 9:37 AM, Just Bob said:

You're never going to finish those books if you keep buying things to add to the pages! :wink:

I don't think the book will ever happen. :(

I will probably donate all my research to the ANA for all Early Commemorative coin enthusiast to research. I'm hoping younger folks find the series as fun as I did.

Lee

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On 10/29/2022 at 8:20 PM, Just Bob said:

The sad thing is that one wealthy collector or dealer could bankroll the project  with little effort.

I hear ya. The Powerball here in New York gets drawn in seven minutes, but my wife is calling me to bed NOW!!!.  That $825 million will just have to wait until the morning.

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[Seems like there were three or four lesser Powerball winners in New York: $50,000 [third prizes].  The pot's now $1B.  Okay, okay, I know ...  Back on Track! ]

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