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English: Indian Head nickel reverse, as designed by w:en:James Earle Fraser. Coin design is in the public domain (). Photo by Einar Einarsson Kvaran.
Date 2005-01-21 (original upload date)
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Author Original uploader was Carptrash at en.wikipedia
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00:56, 21 January 2005 w:en:User:Carptrash 300×300 29 KB photo by Einar Einarsson Kvaran {{GFDL}} <a href="/wiki/James_Earle_Fraser" title="James Earle Fraser">James Earle Fraser</a>

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[1] 17:22, 25 January 2008 w:en:User:Calliopejen1
[2] 16:49, 7 May 2007 w:en:User:Cydebot
[3] 00:56, 21 January 2005 w:en:User:Carptrash (photo by Einar Einarsson Kvaran {{GFDL}} <a href="/wiki/James_Earle_Fraser" title="James Earle Fraser">James Earle Fraser</a>)

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