Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Cody Horton, Aug 3, 2020.
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Thanks lol and yeah it's pretty hard to go thru all the money we get because I'm constantly checking people out lol and the managers won't let me go thur it all after hours either lmao
circulation finds (especially the 1905 nickel). Congrats!
Thanks!!! I hope to find more lol I've found a 1953 red stamp 2$ bill and a 1957 blue stamp but probably average as well lol
I've never seen a 1905 nickel in circulation.
Yeah i feel it was a lucky find most definitely and if I'm not mistaken it came from the bank in a roll of nickels but could've been from a customer not sure
Yeah I'm lucky that i am still young lol but it is pretty difficult to go thru all the money you get while trying to check everyone out fast as possible
The 53 $2 bill is a U.S. Treasury note (not a Federal Reserve note), and the 1957 blue seal ($1) is a silver certificate, both pretty common. But I'd keep them.
Thanks for the information !!! Have a nice day/night and i always keep something that's not so common for me lol
Thanks lol i was amazed myself
Hi, glad that you are finding a few older U.S. coins, but BE VERY CAREFUL not to tick off the bosses. A few worn coins from the cash drawer are NOT worth losing your job! Of course, follow the rules around money handling and keep the bosses happy. You will be able to spend a few of your hard-earned dollars at your local coin shop and buy yourself something really choice and meaningful. Job = paycheck = coins, food, rent, gas, bills. NO JOB = No coins, worry, fear, depression and food banks.
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