Discussion in 'Coin Roll Hunting' started by DatDareNickelGuy, Sep 26, 2019.
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You would know. Since you posted on the other diagnostics to use for worn circulated nickels of that date, I've pieced together close to a full roll of '38 reverses. I think it's a 10:1 increase on value...at least in higher grades.
Rare case: he doesn't sleep!
Its rare but i do find them!
Mine has always been the 43D. Rarw here in SA in the wild
Yeah im older. Pretty much just me in this house. Love the hobby so much id rather go thru a box than anything else. So you can imagine my stress when i had to stop hunting for months on end.
Lol. This too.
Hoping for two more boxes tomorrow as well.
Them darn cows counterfeiting nickels again!
Very nice. I’m jealous! I just got into the hobby about six months ago and I’m addicted.
Years are 2006-Current
These DDRs are easy to spot and are mostly overlooked by CRH. Its a nice $2-$5 DDR. You can learn more and see nice pictures of some examples on varietyvista.
I was able to find two. Ive hunted a box from the east coast before and found 100 of these in one single box. Different years and different error types. But it is always in the same place. ALWAYS AROUND THE DOOR TO THE MONTICELLO!!!
So when I hear its hard to find new DDR errors on the new nickels. Think again!!!
These two examples show the DDR error right below the door frame.
Once again like I stated it's great to be back. This was a very nice box with two DDRs. Hoping the trend continues on finding more Philly coins so I can pull more of these DDRs. Love these door frame errors.
3-Errors. 2009P DDR As well as a 2020P DDR and a 2007P Die Chip Reverse.
1-Foreign 1996 Jamaica
1-Silver 1943 P with some nice lamination peeling going on
1-AU/BU 1964 With some decent steps
A very nice box. A few nice 70s in this box
2-Errors 2017P and 2014P DDR
1-2009P Jefferson was just about to turn into the hulk with that green on his face!
Master List Updated After 229 Boxes Completed
Well here is the updated master list so far. Hopefully I am able to get more boxes in the coming weeks.
Less Than 10 Million Minted.
Less Than 20.5 Million Minted
Common 1950 to 1960-2247
Common 1940 to 1949-1485
Errors and Varieties-171
Separate names with a comma.