I'm no expert in this area, yet I'm inclined to suspect that this example may be a somewhat older issue rather than modern. One reason is the date, 1913. Another reason is that the artwork appears to me to have been done by hand tooling as opposed to use of a machine. Most of the moden ones I've seen have a manufactured look.
Check out the OHNS website at: http://hobonickels.org/
Some Hobo nickel artists can be identified by their artwork, their "brushstrokes" if you will. Having met some members of the OHNS at coin shows, they've been most helpful and informative to my experience, eager to share their knowledge.