So, I did find a few interesting pieces I have some questions on just to work on my knowledge and get back into the swing of things after a break from the hobby. First and foremost I'm 100% aware I have nothing special or valuable here. That being said, here's a few interesting ones I pulled aside. #1 This one has a decent amount of wear obviously but I'm wondering if the date in particular is struck through grease or a weak strike perhaps? I can't make out the final digit of the year. #2 Here's another perhaps better example. Most of the date on this one stands nice and tall but the 7 is barely visible. Actually was harder to see under my loupe. Again, struck through grease? #3 One more example, this one with the biggest contrast in my opinion as the coin isn't all that worn, most of the date and the rim stand nice and tall but the 2 is barely visible. #4 Last one - This one I'm just not sure about. Is this a cleaned or dipped coin? It's super bright, too bright isn't it? I know nothing about picked out cleaned coins and it frankly doesn't matter much on this one but I'm just using it as a learning experience so any insight is helpful. Thanks! Oh I did find a couple of older wheats in very worn condition, a 1918 and a 1917. Otherwise was a pretty unexciting 5 rolls. Was nice to fill in some of my folder though.