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I Have A 1936 Buffalo Nickel With A Error I Think Could Sumone Help Me Out

 
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Welcome to the forum. Sorry to say your coin is not an error, someone damaged it at some time after it left the mint.
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Could you post the reverse of the coin?
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Not an error, it is damage that happened after the coin was struck. PMD
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to CCF. A pic of the reverse would confirm it being PMD.
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As noted could you post a photo of the reverse?
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Looks like a steel punch with the number 5 on the end was used a couple times.
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I thought it might have been a strange strike through, but the reverse tells the tail. PMD
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