@lordmarcovan 's contest. https://www.cointalk.com/threads/wa...t-stop-giving-stuff-away.297947/#post-2766767 As a coin collector on a budget, a little coin roll hunting now and again can really aid in the growth of one's modest collection. It can also offer pleasant surprises, and introduce those newer to the hobby to coins they never even knew existed. I never would have thought I would gain an appreciation for a set of foreign coins while searching through US coin rolls but I did. In 1967 our neighbors to the north celebrated their 100th year of Confederation, and as a neat little novelty they made one year only double-dated designs for each denomination of coin. All of the designs also featured native Canadian wildlife, which I enjoy being that my other favorite hobby is fishing and I'm an outdoors enthusiast. I found two of these historical little artifacts while roll hunting and subsequently researched them. In addition to the cent and dime, nickels quarters halves and dollars were also made, but these are the two found in my searches. The cent featuring a dove and the dime being a mackerel. Though the dime is only worth its meager silver content it is a good luck token to me now as I drop it in my pocket each time I go fishing. It's strange the inconsequential joys that life can bring you. These are two of my favorite coins now, not because they are of great worth, but because they are small treasures I randomly stumbled upon, and because they remind me of the little things that brighten up a bad day, such as indulging in your numismatic hobby or making a few casts at the local pond after a hard day at work. Just figured I'd share that short story and enter myself into ever generous lordmarcovan's contest, hopefully we'll see an influx of interesting, informative threads in the World Coins forum so I can shove a little more numismatic knowledge into my brain.