Discussion in 'Coin Roll Hunting' started by Tuco, Nov 27, 2019.
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I wouldn't take them back. Search for Varieties and see if you get lucky with the silver.
Just don't mark them up!
I hope he doesn't mark them. I really like @furryfrog02
Marked coins don't bother me. I've found silver right next to marked coins in rolls. They are only marking the junk clad anyway. Plus, most of the marks come off with acetone.
I get that they come off with acetone but there is no need to do it. None. The little kid searching to fill his blue whitman book that was given used to him doesn't need to have that crap on a coin that may be good for his book.
The fed doesn't wrap coins. The Mint sends them to companies such as loomis to wrap and distribute. Its been put out there before that people think they cull silver. Who knows. Could just be a conspiracy theory. There are a lot of people out there with tin foil hats!
My best boxes have been Loomis. You won’t know until you open them!
If they take the silver out, how do all of these people find silver coin roll hunting? Are they just making it up? Crazy!
I have only marked a few thousand dollars worth of absolute junk halves over my 6 years of searching. Just to see if I get them back. So far I have never seen a single one back. If you ever run into a coin with a "FF" on it, that's mine and I apologize
Loomis is all I know since you have to be lucky to get actual customer wrapped rolls of halves as everyone is looking for them. I know exactly how you feel but i would always wonder if I left something. Being a collector and not a silver hoarder I go through them all. It was a couple boxes ago that I was down to the last 3 rolls finding nothing but 70s thru 90s with a sprinkling of 2000s. Then I found a Franklin and then in the very last roll another Franklin. Thrilling for me and they look nice added to my collection. You just never know til you look!!
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