Discussion in 'Coin Roll Hunting' started by Mark A Williams, May 27, 2022.
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Some dates especially from the 20s have very low mintages of around 1 million or so.
I suggest for you to post them for sale on here.As long as you can ship them you'll get buyers fast.(I myself might be interested)can you provide some pictures.
If that's the case then just go to the nearest coin shop and they'll be happy to help evaluate your collection.
Depends how big these boxes are, you can ship USPS priority mail at a set price. I would recommend sorting out the early dates and selling those online USPS first class. I’d be interested in any of the earlier ones for my Canada cent collection. Not really interested in anything after 1950 though, those are pretty much face value
I need to work on my collection also,most of mine are. 1940's-1950's from CRH.
Yep. Do you have an album? I like large cents more but my album goes into small cents. Photo from internet but I have the same one.
if rolls they'd probably sell on ebay or here or anywhere, but some random boxes filled over the years of circulation finds and no set quantity known or identified would be two different things. would be much harder to set value to it.
a coin shop may or may not want to deal with them, but they won't be paying top dollar for it if they have no idea what's there or how much of it besides a "best guess" and it all needs to be sorted.
it wouldn't be a collection if offered to them like that, it would be an accumulation.
there's websites paying like 0.0057 CAD per canadian cent of any date if you wanted rid of them, it's a little less than a half a u.s. cent each.
the more you organize the more it becomes a collection and value can be determined, but you could likely expect a coin shop to pay around atenth to a quarter cent, for each canadian cent and then they do the work of looking and sorting so they can make a little something on it or sell them to a website for the near half a cent and let them deal with it instead.
Same goes for lincolns, most don't want to deal with peoples penny jars or appraising a penny jar, it's worth 1 cent each, they might do a little better than that if they see lots of copper or lots of wheats at a glance.
Yes I have albums for them,I'm actually more into the small cents.
I save them. Have a couple of books of them. Their not easy to find
I would like some 1920’s. I need most of them. My books start at 1920. Don’t have any earlier
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