Discussion in 'Coin Roll Hunting' started by DatDareNickelGuy, Sep 26, 2019.
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Here it is
My dad saw something on the ground leaving a local diner and decided to pick it up. No date but he figured he'd give it to me anyway. We were playing cards that night so I went ahead and pickled it while we past the time. I said..."How about that?! This nickel is almost 20 years older than you." He was pretty shocked.
I see what you did there
A very toasty buffalo. But surprisingly it has a date!
2-Toners 2019D Rose Gold Color and a 2014D Multi-Color
Fun box. 3 buffalo. 2x dateless and a 1936.
1 1943 P war
3 1958 2x P 1x D
1 1940 S
1 1948 S
Man. That is one awesome hunt!
Found another sweet magic coin.
Master List Updated After 116 Boxes Completed
Still missing that darn 39S. We have gone dry on 42Ds. We had a nice short run of them popping up but they have slowed. A nice pick up on silver and buffalos! Let's hope this trend continues!
On a side note we are getting close on two full rolls of silver!
Less Than 10 Million Minted.
Less Than 20.5 Million Minted
Common 1950 to 1960-1143
Common 1940 to 1949-764
Errors and Varieties-97
Well atleast he had some sense to use one of those nasty 64s. One less now in the nickel population
2-Errors 2008D Greaser Obverse and 2005P Die Chip Reverse
1-Foreign 2003 Canada
I got them all saved up and will eventually buy a Canadian album as well as another Jefferson album to see if we can put a entire BU set together. That 39D I found would look nice in a album
Very fun box. A nice key date and a coin with multiple errors.
2-Errors 1974D Greaser Obverse noticeable on ponytail,neck,and bridge of nose as well as lamination peel on reverse. 2016P Die Chip Reverse
Lots of goodies in this box. Buffalos are showing up everywhere now!
3-Errors 1981P and 1999D Misaligned Struck Obverse and a 1960 Lamination Peel Reverse
And the Buffalos just keep on coming!
1-Error 1952P Lamination Peel Reverse
1-Foreign 2000 Canada
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