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Answered 2006-09-14 02:43:50

You have what's known as a Hobo Nickel. The soldier design was carved into the coin after it left the mint. You would need an expert first-hand inspection to determine if you have a modern version (worth $5-$50) or an original (worth possibly hundreds of dollars).

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