1935 Double Die Reverse Buffalo Nickel
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Can anyone help me out with this one please? I`m trying to determine if my 1935 Buffalo Nickel has a Double Die Reverse. Please take a look at the pics and your thoughts are very welcome.IMG_0298.thumb.JPG.cfbcc29b7b41a2890a31328b4492963b.JPG

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Picture is a little out of focus but from what I can tell, there is no Doubling.

Can you take a clear closeup picture of the area you think is doubled. Sometimes the lighting can play tricks.

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Thanks Greenstang, the red book mentioned it and the year was right but the examples given weren`t great. I appreciate you taking the time to review the pics and give me your take on them.

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I don't have a Redbook handy at the moment, so I don't know which of the four known varieties it refers to, but our hosts variety Plus page has pictures of FS801 and FS803 right here: Link

(Scroll down to the 1935s)

And, Variety Vista has pictures of all four varieties on their page here: Click here

Those will give you a little more information, and and some practice straining your eyes, but I agree with Greenstang that what you have is a worn Buff.

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