Discussion in 'Coin Roll Hunting' started by bditto39, May 23, 2020 at 7:21 PM.
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Nickels have a pretty good flavor IMO. Plenty of foreign, war, and buffalo nickels. At least on my end.
I gave up on nickels after searching $50k and never finding a 39d or 50d for my circulated set.
Meow - surprised to hear that you haven't found nickels to be worth your while. I have to agree with Furry; nickels provide decent finds. They are my favorite to search, albeit it's been a long while since I searched anything beyond my change.
Furry - that almost seems impossible. You've paid your dues for sure...and should have been rewarded. Interesting though.
Yup. Multiple semi-key dates. Several rolls of buffalos and war nickels. Not a single 39d or 50d.
I agree on the nickels. I tend to find a decent amount of buffalo's, silver, and early ones. There are also a good amount of dates that could have cherrypicker guide varieties in nickel boxes. However, I hunt pennies and quarters primarily as well.
Oh, forgot to mention...HOLY CRAP!?!? 50K!?!? Life goal added to my list! I am still around $500 or so. Sorry you didn't find those. That sucks but I would think you would eventually hit one of each in 25000 rolls.
Haha. Not sure you’ve been around that long to see the volume I used to search. I have slowed down considerably.
If ye seek, ye shall find
i find a lot of MAD (mis-aligned dies) dimes, and struck through and a few silver from going through about 20 rolls so far..i had no luck with nickels, cept for a few 50's ones, and pennies i do better with unc and errors dimes as well, have pulled maybe 60 unc, from ms-60 to 68 from rolls
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