Hobo nickel by George Washington "Bo" Hughes, a black hobo who started carving Buffalo nickels when they came out in 1913 and kept carving them until late 1981 or early 1982 when he disappeared from a hobo jungle in Florida, never to be seen again.
"Train - Hobo Nickel hand-carved by Aleksey Saburov Saburov states that each coin "is unique, crafted in bas-relief under magnification. Each individual coin has its own number to ensure its authenticity and is signed by me as the master engraver.
38 Impressive "Hobo Nickels" - Hobo Nickels from the early The Buffalo Head nickel was particularly popular because of its larger size and carving or engraving surface. Called a Hobo nickel becaus they were more likely to carry coins.