Discussion in 'Coin Roll Hunting' started by Amberlarry22, Feb 25, 2021.
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Def check for varieties in those rolls.
It is quite unlikely they're specific to being someone's CRH box but you will be able to easily determine this by the presence of wheat cents, or lack thereof. At any rate, I would keep a couple of rolls intact as you found them for posterity and sort through the rest for whatever interests you in collecting (older high-grade cents, varieties, etc.).
Don't forget to look for another bunch of valuable (more valuable) varieties. I'm not sure what you have on your list, but mine grew and shrank as I became more aware.
I think I see a 1953 D in the picture. solooks like there might be some wheaties in there. It's kind of blurry, so I may be wrong. The 1953 is just SW of the bright 2001 on top.
Yep I see it now. should have known by the tail of the 2nd 9.
If there's 82s but none are zinc you could also draw that conclusion is copper saves from roll hunting.
Doesn't mean there can't be any varieties in there still though, it depends on how thourough they were searching.
Judging from the picture there's zinc in there. But that's a good sign also. If nothing is dated after 2001 it's likely a prime hunting box for the 1992 CAM, 98,99, 2000 WAM ect.
Also possible to maybe even get NICE examples if they are in there.
Only made it through a couple rolls. No wheats! Don't think their will be. Looks like I will be hunting for some varieties and possible errors.
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