Lincoln set found in rolls over probably 15 years

Discussion in 'Coin Roll Hunting' started by louis a bencze, Jan 14, 2020.

  1. louis a bencze

    louis a bencze Active Member

    I wanted to fill a dansco with Lincolns all found in rolls, it has been a long journey(although not quite finished yet), alot of upgrades over the years.Even the 31 S came from a roll. I am only missing 10, from 1930 to 1958. Virtually all reds. Still need 31,31d,32,32d,33,33d,34d,45,45d and 50d. 20200114_143650[3844].jpg 20200114_143702[3845].jpg 20200114_143731[3846].jpg 20200114_144123[3847].jpg 20200114_144203[3848].jpg 20200114_144254[3849].jpg
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  3. -jeffB

    -jeffB Greshams LEO Supporter

    Are these from rolls sold as "wheat cent rolls" (an impressive achievement), or from just plain bank rolls (flat-out astonishing)?

    That's a remarkable set, either way!
  4. louis a bencze

    louis a bencze Active Member

    I worked at a coin shop for a few years during my hunt, so alot of rolls came through the door just labeled wheaties. I wouldn't even open them until after the fact, some rolls sat for months. I had to process the better coins to resell. No one expects to find much in old wheats that have been searched many times before. But after seeing some really nice ones I decided to put them in a book.
  5. calishield

    calishield Well-Known Member

    Is that how you came by the 09 S VDB? Thought it was bank roll hunting
  6. louis a bencze

    louis a bencze Active Member

    There is no 09SVDB, this set is from 1930-1958
  7. calishield

    calishield Well-Known Member

    Gotcha! Very good looking set!!
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  8. ja59

    ja59 Missing the Beach, Almost as Much as .....

    WOW! :jawdrop:
  9. Bambam8778

    Bambam8778 Well-Known Member

    Great looking set!
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