Discussion in 'Coin Roll Hunting' started by Igor, May 12, 2020.
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Sure.. If you had the time and knowledge to do so. And it is important to know what exactly to look for. If you are a beginner then it will not be that easy. There are so many varieties to learn and a lot of mint errors are minor and don't really have a premium.
Is that per year or a lifetime goal?
If it were that easy, everyone would be doing it! ~ Chris
Yeah, and that includes all of the gosh darn PMD crap that we have to put up with from people who don't know squat but expect everyone else to teach them. ~ Chris
I don't hunt for Silver half dollars. Have been unable to find a bank to supply them to me by the box, I do however ask my tellers to keep an eye open for them for me, and have found some silver in rolls they supply. Still not 6 figures.
Take a look at the CRH thread here and look to see what people are finding. NOT a 6 figure income.
Actual mint error coins are few and far between. I still have trouble with Doubled Dies, and the type of doubling a coin exhibits, but I'm trying!
I thought you were Jimmy Page?
interested and turn into this nasty thing called a collector. Then you spend every waking minute looking at freakin pennies under a microscope while trying to convince your wife that these are the same boxes from yesterday...(they're definitely not) Hey, at least your coin collection will cover the divorce expenses, right?
But really, yeah, you can make a buck, but not a living. It's fun and will help you build a good and possibly valuable collection at face value cost. I haven't found any crazy valuable coins, but a hundred finds worth $5 or $10 ain't bad for a hobby. Heck, all my other hobbies cost money!
Happy birthday @panzerman
PT Barnum was right, (•_•) ( •_•)>⌐■-■ (⌐■_■), you can squeeze blood from a turnip.
Randy is right. You can make money, but there are a million other ventures out there that you'd make more. I think you'd make more collecting cans for recycling than by CRH
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