Hobo Nickels 

              The Tradition of Carving nickels goes back over 100 years. A form of Folk art Originaly developed by Hobo's who would be paid one nickel for a days labor. They would carve the coins with a boot knife or a sharpened nail while waiting in hobo camp and exchange them as art later down the line. The tradition continues to this day with modern carvers pushing the boundries, propelling coin art into the future.

                 

Hobo Nickel of the Fae
Hobo Nickel of the Fae

1926 Buffalo Nickel

Mushroom triad
Mushroom triad

1929 Buffalo Nickel

Mushroom
Mushroom

1929 Buffalo Nickel

Dead Astronaut
Dead Astronaut

1927 Buffalo Nickel

FUN Astronaut
FUN Astronaut

1936 Buffalo Nickel

Greenman
Greenman

1929 buffalo nickel

Dr. Engraveio Cognitive
Dr. Engraveio Cognitive

1oz silver round SOLD

Cognitive Transformation Project #1
Cognitive Transformation Project #1

1927 Buffalo Nickel

Skull Pirate
Skull Pirate

1929 Buffalo Nickel

Skull w/feather
Skull w/feather

1937 Buffalo Nickel

Skull Hobo
Skull Hobo

1935 Buffalo Nickel

Skull Faerie BHMM
Skull Faerie BHMM

1976 JFK Bicentennial Half Dollar

Skull Chief
Skull Chief

1937 Buffalo Nickel

Skull Chief
Skull Chief

1936 Buffalo Nickel

Skull Chief
Skull Chief

(2x sided) 1936 Buffalo Nickel

Skull w/Cape
Skull w/Cape

BHMM 1937 Buffalo Nickel

Skull Astronaut
Skull Astronaut

1936 Buffalo Nickel

Profile landscape
Profile landscape

1936 Buffalo Nickel

Profile Landscape
Profile Landscape

1936 Buffalo Nickel

Pirate Hobo
Pirate Hobo

1935 Buffalo Nickel