Discussion in 'Coin Roll Hunting' started by Edward Hankins, Dec 10, 2019.
Log in or Sign up to hide this ad.
You should post pictures. We like pictures
First, welcome to the neighborhood, Edward!
That sure is a nice find.
Please excuse me because I'm still out of breath.
I wish you would learn to use punctuation.....
.....or shorter sentences.
FYI, welcome to CoinTalk. We do have a few grammar police here too so voice to text may need some of your attention before posting as sometimes we're clueless on what you are stating when it relates to itself grammatically ...
they were saved and many survive in MS condition. An entire roll is a good find.
They are prob worth as much as .75 each. With higher MS examples more.
You'll have to post some clear photos of both sides.
yes pictures please, I am as old as those coins. Back in the middle 1960s I would exchange penny rolls at local bank. never found anything close to this. nice find.
1957-D included in an auction that I won that I had no idea was there. The roll was plastic and sealed at both ends, just lucky I guess.
Poor 57D’s. Slammed into a bowl!! I’m with everyone else. Like to see pictures.
p.s. welcome to CT. You must have been very careful with a Dremel!!
They are now in 2x2's, the picture was taken when they were first removed from the roll.
Whole roll I found roll hunting
can transfer from your hands to the face of the coin (either side).
They look like mint state.
Each coin should be removed carefully from the roll, never spilled out like that...you want to avoid them touching each other ever again...that’s where contact marks come from, for goodness sakes! In that roll...could have been that elusive MS68 Top Pop everyone would be envious to own...now...we may never know...
This is why you read and ask questions so you learn how to be a serious collector and quit making mistakes. Every collector on this forum has, or will learn this eventually...or not, and continue to harm coins when they really don’t have to...Spark
They won't be mint state much longer, looks like.
Separate names with a comma.