Mint rolled and bagged coins

Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by cbtengr, Apr 9, 2020.

  1. cbtengr

    cbtengr New Member

    Looking for opinions on opening or not opening mint rolled and bagged coins.
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  3. Kentucky

    Kentucky Supporter! Supporter

    Welcome to CT. Not sure the mint ever rolled coins.
  4. David Betts

    David Betts Well-Known Member

    They out source but are offering the Samoa Quarters for $34 for 2 rolls P+D if looking for V75 privy? FYI
  5. The mint does roll coin, but only to sell for a premium on their website. Other rolls are done by contracted companies who then ship them to banks.
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  6. green18

    green18 Sweet on Commemorative Coins Supporter

    @cpm9ball has collected bags of Kennedy Half's in the past.....
  7. cbtengr

    cbtengr New Member

    The coins I have dollar and quarter rolls say U.S. mint on them. The reason I ask is because I have some fairly old UC cents that were rolled and they started turning color.
  8. David Betts

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  9. ja59

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

    I personally do not open my mint rolls. I am collecting them as rolls, and don't want to open them.
  10. David Betts

    David Betts Well-Known Member

    called end toning nothing wrong with that I have rolls of Wheaties from mint 1937-1942? no idea what's in them
  11. cpm9ball

    cpm9ball CANNOT RE-MEMBER

    I routinely bought bags of SQ's, Kennedy half dollars and Sac dollars from the Mint to search for high grade specimens to submit for grading. While the bags are sold for a small premium by the Mint, it is the cheapest way to obtain bulk quantities of each date/mintmark, and it takes only a few to grade MS68 for the submitter to make a decent profit on each bag.

    Personally, I don't recommend buying Mint rolls because the premium over face value is considerably higher and from my previous experience with buying rolls of SQ's from the Mint, they are unlikely to appreciate in value unless you expect to live another 50-100 years. ~ Chris
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  12. louis a bencze

    louis a bencze Active Member

    Its a dilemma for sure. I bought an unopened box of 1989 Upper deck baseball cards back in the day, hoping I had the Ken Griffey Jr. rookie card. After 30 yrs I finally couldn't take it anymore and opened them, wouldn't you know not a single one. Had I sold them unopened I would've doubled if not tripled my money.
  13. Collecting Nut

    Collecting Nut Borderline Hoarder

    It's your collection so it's entirely up to you.
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