As I walked through the room, I stumbled onto the find of the day! A lady was selling Franklin halves for $3, Walking Liberty halves for $4 and 1964 Kennedy halves for $4 also. She also had a box full of 1965-1969 Kennedy halves which she was selling for $2.50 each. I bought 55 40% halves and 14 pre-64 90% halves and paid $188.50 for them all. She also had four binder full of state quarters that were uncirculated; ordered straight from the mint. 2 binders contained complete sets of all the P and D mintmarks in each binder, the other binders were a complete set from the P and D mints as well (one per binder). I paid face value for these, and since I bought them all, the seller through in a 1921-D Morgan dollar, and two pre-64 Washington quarters. I didn't have any luck sorting through the discounted coin bins, and in my opinion found that even at "discounted prices" these coins were still overpriced. All-in-all I was impressed with my first show, but remain certain this was a fluke, I don't expect to have such good fortune at my next show. What is the best thing(s) you have found at a coin show this year? Any treasures in the discount or "junk" bins? I'd be interested to see what kind of deals some of you seasoned numismatists are picking up that I may be overlooking.