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RE: The Authoritative Reference on Buffalo Nickels

I'd like to add my two books on Buffalo nickels-"Buffalo Nickels-The Abraded Die Varieties" which covers the 3 and 3 1/2 legged, two feathers, and mis...

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RE: 1935 Double Die Reverse

I have seen some very advanced die states of the variety, which would indicate a full die run and perhaps a few more.

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RE: 1935 Double Die Reverse

Sorry those pics above didn't post. Go to Variety Vistaview all the doubled die reverse dies.

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RE: 1935 Double Die Reverse

There's also a decent Die #3-

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RE: 1935 Double Die Reverse

I concur. According to my records I've cherried 27 total coins of this variety. It is, however, quite rare in Mint state. I've ever seen only one, an ...

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RE: A new nickel is rumored

Inevitable criticism of the new, "radical" design-get your reading glasses out! M07-ADD-ART-1913-03.docx

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RE: 1916 Double Die Obverse

In the slab-  1916-DO1-CU01_0001.jpg

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RE: 1916 Double Die Obverse

A closeup-  1916-DO1-CU01_0003.jpg

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RE: 1916 Double Die Obverse

This is a Class V doubled die and is the most desirable doubled die in the series. I've been able to identify nine different Mint state coins from auc...

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RE: 1935 Double Die Reverse

Properly known as a doubled die. It is a Class IV doubled die, doubled throughout the entire reverse. The doubling can be seen in the bison's fur, eye...

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RE: 1918/7-D

Here is the latest 1918-D 8/7 die state I've seen. This is near terminal and would indicate that this overdate variety had a full die run and more, pr...

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RE: 1914/3

The fact that it exists on several different dies, most of which are weak has made many doubt it's legitimacy. Also the attempted sale at exorbitant p...

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RE: 1914/3

Not that I know of but it might be a good idea. What do you think of the variety, Jim?

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RE: 1918/7-D

@buffalo-nickel-club I sold nearly all long before the days of slabbing. A few of the later ones I did get slabbed. All were AG-VG with weak to...

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