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    Full Cameo Classic
    'The Expressionist'

    1913-S Type One Hobo Nickel, An Original "Superior Quality" Carving. This homely hobo is remarkably well-carved by the well-named OHNS artist, The Expressionist. His pork-pie hat is a size too small and the thin neck a bit too long, with a huge nose and a pensive expression from hang-dog eyes. Carved in full cameo format, this original, classic-era nickel is clearly the work of a supremely talented artist. Although the date is removed, the reverse shows the host coin is a 1913-S Type One nickel.
    Ex: The Norm Talbert Collection of Hobo Nickels (Heritage, 1/2007), lot 8179.
    From The Chris Dempsey Collection of Hobo Nickels, Part II.


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    Auction Dates
    July, 2021
    13th-15th Tuesday-Thursday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 14
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