Discussion in 'Coin Roll Hunting' started by *coins, Jul 2, 2018.
I wonder how much they would go for on eBay...
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They could be reversed, I do not know. I'm not opening them.
I was thinking more towards the 1959 wheat cent...you never know.
Yeah and if the San Francisco Giants would just sign me, I would be the next Willie Mays.
damage... I would open it.
The coins could have been wrapped at the bank with blank paper. Or they could have used Loomis paper - or Loomis could have wrapped one of them; or all of them. Or some other private party could have done it.
Coin wrapping machines aren't black magic ??
I bought it at a small bank. They usually don't carry boxes, just loose rolls. I was surprised that they had one.
Maybe the question is:
Where can I buy blank (or Loomis) paper rolls for my Coin Rolling Machine that any one can buy to help me feed an "auction cent" on the end of a nice new-looking pure white (ie, non-imprinted paper), unstained/dirty coin roll ?
If you constantly resell rolls on ebay, etc you probably have a coin rolling machine to make it look more "professional".
Answer: here's one of MANY places you can buy replacement coin paper rolls for your own Personal Coin Wrapping Machine that you may have bought new or used from such places like ebay (many used/new), Cassida, Accubanker, ABCCoin.com, Klopp, Cummins Allison, or a plethora of other ones, such as ==> https://banksupplies.com/104-acr-1000
The way that paper is cut, it could be from a Laurel (or many others) type machine ==>
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