Originally Posted by Bambooski Today's roll hunting results weren't fantastic... 8 penny rolls: Two wheats (1953 ender and a 1949) 1 Canadian cent (1981) 1 'S' mint (1970) 1 nickel roll: Two spots (‘60s) in my Whitman folder. 2 dime rolls: My first 2009. 1 quarter roll: Nothing except a nice shiny Idaho. No national park holes filled. But the best part: That lovely bank teller asked me if I wanted a half dollar sitting in her tray. That was really nice of her; she didn’t even ask me if I collected them. It wasn’t
Updated Yesterday at 08:11 PM by Bambooski
Originally Posted by Bambooski I had a jar of coins with about 10 dimes in it, and one of the dimes happened to be a '48. Then on my first look in a CoinStar reject bin I found a 1957 quarter. Then I got 2 dime rolls, only TWO. And guess what's inside? A '63 dime. This all happened over the course of a week or two.
Gotta say today was a good day after all that errand running and receiving change I got to my man cave and emptied
my pockets for the coinage aquired today which is routine of me. Today I found a 1939 nickel , and a 1964 silver Quarter
the grade of the coins aren't so great so thats why I 'm not posting images , but Hey I got to say silver coinage and
other varieties are still floating around in circulation just waiting to be pulled...Check
Originally Posted by Bambooski Today was awful. I got 11 penny rolls: One wheat (1945) and two Canadian. One nickel roll: a spot in my Whitman folder (1969). 2 dime rolls: Nothing. A quarter roll: nothing.
Originally Posted by NJM Ancients Hi everyone,
I'm not sure is this is posted in the proper location, because the owner is not sure how this should be classified,Medallion? Armor Attachment? Carriage
Emblem or Coat of Arms???
Here is a recent metal detector find. The location is the United Kingdom, England.
The approximate location described by the finder/owner : it was found one mile away from Leeds Castle in Kent. Elizabeth the 1st, Henry the 1st & 2nd and so on and Francis