What am I going to find next?!" I went back the next day and got the rest of them - both customer-wrapped and bank-wrapped. I hadn't collected small dollars. Ended up finding 78 dates/types/mints. This included all eight circulation-quantity SBAs (79, 80, 99), all ten Sacs/NativeAmericans from circulation-quantity years (00-01, 09-11), all D's and all but five P's from President circulating-quantity years (07-11), eight Sacs/NativeAmericans from collector-quantity years (02-08, 12-20), fourteen dates/mints from President collector-quantity years (12-16: after Garfield) with only one duplicate, two proofs (Tyler & Pierce), Innovation Polio dollars from both P&D, and one very shiny, silver-colored U.S.Grant (was it plated?). I still have to sort through and choose the best from each type/mint pile. These 73 y.o. eyes struggled to make out the edge-inclused mint marks. I didn't know about the rare 2000-P Cheerios variety 'til I was done, so I might have to go back and check - at least the 2000-P's are easy to distinguish. When I go back to the CU branch I'll ask if the guy brought any other coins in - there were so many collectibles. I will include pics of the rarer ones in a future post.