A unique collection of awesome and artistically carved US coins, commonly referred to as "Hobo Nickels".

37 Awesome Hobo Nickels

A unique collection of awesome and artistically carved US coins, commonly referred to as "Hobo Nickels".

Hobo Nickel "Hobo Puzzle" by Aleksey Saburov.

Hobo Nickel "Hobo Puzzle" by Aleksey Saburov.

JOHN HUGHEY HOBO NICKEL - FREAKY FACE SKULL - 1937 BUFFALO NICKEL

JOHN HUGHEY HOBO NICKEL - FREAKY FACE SKULL - 1937 BUFFALO NICKEL

Elephant with Gold rub n' buff hobo nickel

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<b>These nickels certainly don't feature Thomas Jefferson.</b> First carved in 1913, the heyday of hobo nickels was back in the 1930s, used as a way to pass the time during the Great Depression. Some of the original coins still exist today, while the practice itself has survived into modern times; ironically making some nickels worth hundreds of dollars.

38 Impressive "Hobo Nickels"

<b>These nickels certainly don't feature Thomas Jefferson.</b> First carved in 1913, the heyday of hobo nickels was back in the 1930s, used as a way to pass the time during the Great Depression. Some of the original coins still exist today, while the practice itself has survived into modern times; ironically making some nickels worth hundreds of dollars.

hobo nickels | Hobo Nickel Engraved With A Pirate Skull With Gold Earring And Mounted ...

hobo nickels | Hobo Nickel Engraved With A Pirate Skull With Gold Earring And Mounted ...

<b>These nickels certainly don't feature Thomas Jefferson.</b> First carved in 1913, the heyday of hobo nickels was back in the 1930s, used as a way to pass the time during the Great Depression. Some of the original coins still exist today, while the practice itself has survived into modern times; ironically making some nickels worth hundreds of dollars.

38 Impressive "Hobo Nickels"

<b>These nickels certainly don't feature Thomas Jefferson.</b> First carved in 1913, the heyday of hobo nickels was back in the 1930s, used as a way to pass the time during the Great Depression. Some of the original coins still exist today, while the practice itself has survived into modern times; ironically making some nickels worth hundreds of dollars.

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