Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Morton Rainey, Sep 26, 2020.
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Odd that you found 2 the same though just like that.
If you worked at a convenience store more than likely the coin roll you had could have been one processed from Brinks, Loomis, et all money processors. Their rolls are mostly not *new* rolls but are simply circulation. ==> https://www.loomis.us/services/cash-management
They do receive gigantic bags of coins from the US MINT distribution and then process and roll those for distribution to retail stores, etc.
Some Credit Unions (and I assume banks) will also roll coins in house that come in from customers for redistribution out. Small stores will come in for change rolls too (and not use the big distribution cash mgt companies).
My CU does this. They have a coin rolling machine right behind them where they'll take a bunch of coins someone brings in and roll them to go out immediately if needed.
If you look at the quarter up close it clearly looks like scratches. It also has a lot of hits all over the place which may not be relevant to you but shows distribution. Someone was bored and just scratched it a lot for some reason. Up/Down mostly but also left/right too.
raised defect corresponding to the scratches and there really isn’t any way for that to happen.
It did not leave the Mint looking like that.
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