My brother found me this!

Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Shrews1994, Oct 13, 2018 at 8:31 PM.

  1. Shrews1994

    Shrews1994 Well-Known Member

    Where did it come from? It was found in the coin star in the rejected coins. CM181013-202805001.jpg CM181013-202820002.jpg
     
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  3. wcoins

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  4. Shrews1994

    Shrews1994 Well-Known Member

    And what is that?
     
  5. wcoins

    wcoins GEM-ber

    City in Germany - see the J mint mark that stands for Hamburg.
     
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  6. Shrews1994

    Shrews1994 Well-Known Member

    Oh wow! That's pretty cool.
     
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  8. ken454

    ken454 Well-Known Member

    people come back from overseas with pocket change and toss it into their coin jars then it goes to bank or coinstar with rest of their change, the machine at my bank has a magnetic strip that pulls out foreign coins, not sure how coinstar rejects them, but they get into circulation, i got this one in change last week...

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  9. Legoman1

    Legoman1 Member

    It is a German Euro cent, worth 1 U.S cent. I have some 1 Euro coins from Germany, but they have an eagle, not a leaf on the back.
     
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  10. Legoman1

    Legoman1 Member

    ken454 is right, people bring back change from other countries, and thats how these coins from other countries are found in the U.S. Just last week I was somehow given a 1963 silver? Canada quarter in place of a U.S quarter.
     
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