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
Originally Posted by Bambooski Hi everyone! I really have a pretty broad range of collecting. I collect pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, half dollars and dollar coins I am mostly focused on finding old and rare stuff in circulation and in rolls, especially wheat pennies (I just found a 1942 today)
Originally Posted by Bambooski Today was fantastic. I went through 11 penny rolls and this is what I got: 1944, 1949, 1956, 1959, a lot of uncirculated ones from 1960 onwards, 3 Canadian pennies, a really weird possible error coin which I will post later (it was so deformed I don't even know how it fit in the roll!) plus I found a 1957 quarter on the ground next to a CoinStar, and a random quarter on the ground I save up all the money I find on the
Originally Posted by Bambooski I found a dime in a penny roll. And a smashed up penny. It really bothers me how many Canadian cents I've gotten. If that Canadian cent wasn't in there, it could be replaced by a 1909 S VDB100E2834.jpg100E2836.jpg