1935 Hobo Nickel “Little Giraffe” by Donny Jenkins

“Hand Engraved hobo nickel “Little Giraffe” by Donny Jenkins. Member if the Original Hobo Nickel Society.” Click for more →

1937 Hobo Nickel “Potluck” by Howard Thomas

“This is a carved 1937 hobo nickel. This is the precise moment the catnip kicked in! Hahahaha! We call it “Potluck”!

Please look closely at the photos. Returns are accepted only if the item is not as described and we take very good photos to make sure you know what you are bidding on! ” Click for more →

1937 Hobo Nickel “Crossing The River Styx” by Howard Thomas

“This is a reverse carved 1937 hobo nickel. This is the Ferryman. In Greek Mythology ferried the souls of the recently deceased across the river Styx to enter the afterlife. We call this one, “Crossing The River Styx” The lantern flame is inlaid 24 kt gold!

Please look closely at the photos. Returns are accepted only if the item is not as described and we take very good photos to make sure you know what you are bidding on! ” Click for more →

1934 Hobo Nickel “Ole Santa Claus” by SteveOrino

“CIRCA: 1934

Buffalo nickels were in circulation in the USA from 1913-1938.

Many times ‘hobos’ would carve these nickels using crude tools and trade them for a meal or sell them at a profit.?? Hand carved nickel by SteveOrino” Click for more →

1937 Hobo Nickel “Singing In The Rain” by Howard Thomas

“Howard Thomas has carving hobo nickels for 8 years and doing scrimshaw for about 25.

This is a carved 1937 hobo nickel. This litle tree frog is singing in a summer storm! We call it “Singing In The Rain”!

Please look closely at the photos. Returns are accepted only if the item is not as described and we take very good photos to make sure you know what you are bidding on! “ Link

1937 Hobo Nickel “Ready To Pounce” by Howard Thomas

“Howard Thomas has carving hobo nickels for 8 years and doing scrimshaw for about 25.

This is a carved 1937 hobo nickel. This mountain lion has dinner in his sight! We call it “Ready To Pounce”!

Please look closely at the photos. Returns are accepted only if the item is not as described and we take very good photos to make sure you know what you are bidding on! ” Click for more →

1926 Hobo Nickel “DOROTHY” by Gordon Raisik

“Another addition to the set of “WIZARD OF OZ} coins made by Gordon . I can’t help but call attenyion to the “soul” in the eyes of these carvings . Carved on a 1926 Buffalo Nickel by a wood carver at heart these coins have a very different look and feel to them . Cut deeper than most carvings it really makes the coin “POP”. If you like old classic movies and collect memorabilia then this ones for you . Of course if you have an incomplete set heres another one to add . ” Click for more →

1937 Hobo Nickel “Music monster” by Narimantas Palsis

“Hobo Nickel “Music monster” hand engraved by Narimantas Palsis (Nari). Buffalo nickel, 1937″ Click for more →

1936 Hobo Nickel “Fish Dinner” by Howard Thomas

“This is a 1937 carved hobo nickel. This black bear has caught his supper! We call it “Fish Dinner”!

Take a look! We try to take the best photos possible and allow big enlargements so you can see exactly what you are getting! All carvings are signed by Howard.” Click for more →

1937 Hobo Nickel # HN17-065 by David HJ He

“#17-065
Hobo nickel Hand Carved Art Coin
1937 Buffalo Nickel Indian head five cents
Member RM1463 of the OHNS.
Original .engraver by handmade
Signed by David HJ. He . (HJH)
*attach: original certificate *
1:1 micro lens to take Detailed best photos ” Click for more →

1927 Hobo Nickel “Fatal beauty” by Narimantas Palsis

” Hobo Nickel “Fatal beauty” hand engraved by Narimantas Palsis (Nari). Buffalo nickel, 1927″ Click for more →

1937 Hobo Nickel # HN17-062 with 24K Gold inlay by David HJ He

“#17-062(24K Gold inlay)
Hobo nickel Hand Carved Art Coin
1937 Buffalo Nickel indian head five cents 。
Member RM1463 of the OHNS.
Original .engraver by handmade
Signed by David HJ. He . (HJH)
*attach: original certificate *
1:1 micro lens to take Detailed best photos” Click for more →

1937 Hobo Nickel “You Had Me At Meow” by Howard Thomas

“This is a 1937 carved hobo nickel. This little kitten is wishing his “Meowmy” a Happy Mother’s Day! And her response to him? “You Had Me At Meow”!

Take a look! We try to take the best photos possible and allow big enlargements so you can see exactly what you are getting! ” Click for more →

1937 Hobo Nickel “Support Your Local Fisherman” by Howard Thomas

“This is a 1937 carved hobo nickel. This happy kitty is making sure his fishing buddy knows how much he appreciates him! We call it “Support Your Local Fisherman”!

Take a look! We try to take the best photos possible and allow big enlargements so you can see exactly what you are getting! All carvings are signed by Howard. ” Link

1938 Hobo Nickel “Molon labe” by Narimantas Palsis

“Hobo Nickel “Molon labe” hand engraved by Narimantas Palsis (Nari). Buffalo nickel, 1938″ Link

1911 Hobo Nickel #HN17-059 by David H J He

“#17059

Hobo nickel Hand Carved Art Coin
1911 U. S. COINS LIBERTY “V” NICKEL
Member RM1463 of the OHNS.
Original .engraver by handmade
Signed by David HJ. He . (HJH)
*attach: original certificate *
1:1 micro lens to take Detailed best photos ” Click for more →

1937 Hobo Nickel “The Deep Sea Terror” by Robert “Deadman Jeweler” Morris

“Hobo nickel “The Deep Sea Terror” AKA Octoskull. Nickel was carved by adding cut outs from another nickel that I attached to the edges and carved. The 18k gold eye can be moved around via the disk on the back. just lay your finger on the disk and move it gently around. See it in action in the video. Carved by me, Robert Morris OHNS RM-1236. I have signed the piece on the back. All of my work is OOAK by me, Robert Morris, unless otherwise indicated. All items shipped free via usps first class. If you would like added shipping service or insurance, please contact me so I can send you an invoice for additional services. I always leave positive feedback, usually before the piece ships. ” Click for more →

1927 Hobo Nickel “Viking” by Narimantas Palsis

” Hobo Nickel “Viking” carved by Narimantas Palsis (Nari). Buffalo nickel, 1927″ Click for more →