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1914/3 Buffalo Nickel Possible Markers of 4/3

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1914/3 Buffalo Nickel Possible Markers of 4/3

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Hey guys again I have looked at G4 and VG examples of the real deal. Can you guys give a perspective? Of course sometimes we see what we want but quickly come back down to earth lol. Do you think this is an example of 1913/4 buffalo nickel? I see the markers.
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I don't believe it's possible to attribute this variety using online images with a heavily worn dirty coin
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Whats your suggestion? I don't wanna use nick a date or anything but if you look at it in person it the pieces of 3 seem to be there

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This would need to be inspected in hand BY AN EXPERT.......

Here are images of a AU58 that I certified.....
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#5 Unread post by Earle42 »

I agree with Paul.
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Earle42 wrote: Sun Sep 19, 2021 9:05 pm I agree with Paul.
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