1971 and 1975 D's Your Thoughts.

Discussion in 'Coin Roll Hunting' started by jessica M sewell, Aug 5, 2018.

  1. jessica M sewell

    jessica M sewell New Member

    My boyfriend found these in his bank roll and we are wanting to know your thoughts about the condition. I see there is some yellow toning coming through or so to speak. As I mentioned in my previous post, I am NEW at this. So I am learning as I go.


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  3. thomas mozzillo

    thomas mozzillo Active Member

    Nice looking coins to put in a collectors album but not very valuable. IMHO probably retails for about 25 cents each.
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  4. eric6794

    eric6794 Well-Known Member

    Hi Jessica as said above these coins are awesome to add to a collection. Have fun build your collection, enjoy numismatics..find something you like and build on it. Welcome to cointalk.

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  5. jessica M sewell

    jessica M sewell New Member

    Thank you guys, I will let him know.
    I just started and I bought a $140 in half dollars got a few 40% and one 1943 walking liberty. I also found a few silver dimes a few war time nickels as well as a 1943 steel penny altho to me is very common, I also got a 1891 v nickel from a bank roll..That got me really into this.
  6. Ikw

    Ikw Active Member

    Nice job!!
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  7. Cheech9712

    Cheech9712 Every thing is a guess

    Now don't finger print it.
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  8. Pickin and Grinin

    Pickin and Grinin Well-Known Member

    How are you storing your finds?
  9. Bambam8778

    Bambam8778 Well-Known Member

    Really good luck right there. Some of us have been searching for a while and don't have hits that good! Congrats!
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  10. jessica M sewell

    jessica M sewell New Member

    Right now I am using non pvc plastic bags for like copper, the silver and the really old ones, I have them in the 2x2 flips... If there is something that will protect my really good copper pennies that are almost uncirculated please let me know
  11. jessica M sewell

    jessica M sewell New Member

    LOL Trust me I made sure he uses gloves to handle all the coins...
  12. Spark1951

    Spark1951 Accomplishment, not activity

    To answer your query on the condition...

    Both coins appear to be in incredibly good condition for being found in a roll. The '71-D looks MS64/obverse, contact marks bring the reverse down to MS62 (or so). The '75-D has noticeable contact marks on the cheek, guess at MS62.. and the reverse has a contact mark on the #2 column, numerous on the steps and a scuff below that...guess at MS61.

    These look like coins that have been squirreled away but recently returned to circulation...the fields on both coins are extremely clean and clear. No, they won't make you rich, but I would be proud to show these 2 off! Very nice!...Spark
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  13. jessica M sewell

    jessica M sewell New Member

    I don't think he's looking to see those, well at least that is what he told me lol.
    I live in Iowa, and I was shocked to find what we did, people here love to hoarder coins. So if you want a good one you need to go to a coin collector. I will let him know what you said I told him they would be in a MS but just below MS65, which is really fine by me. I do have more coins I will post later for more expert advice.
    Thank you so much.
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