Reject Tube & Coinstar Finds

Discussion in 'Coin Roll Hunting' started by Hellofthenorth, Feb 20, 2012.

  1. Razz

    Razz Critical Thinker

    My first real Coin Star find this morning! $1.59 plus a Chuck E. Cheese token. The star of the bunch was a 43 D Lincoln.

    The bottom quarter and bottom nickel were stuck together which is probably why the normal $1.58 made it to the reject tray.
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  3. Michael K

    Michael K Well-Known Member

    Nice spill today.
    I don't have an accurate count on quarters, this is around #8.
    But it's the oldest one I ever got.
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  4. masterswimmer

    masterswimmer Well-Known Member

    Ended my approximate eight month drought.

    Walmart Coinstar rejects:

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  5. -jeffB

    -jeffB Greshams LEO Supporter

    Three coins in the Harris-Teeter reject slot yesterday: a state quarter, a Bermuda (?) quarter (looked chrome-plated), and a 1963-D dime. The dime came home with me. :)
     
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  6. Bradley Trotter

    Bradley Trotter Hoarder of Metallic Disks of Various Sizes

    Finally ended my seven-month Coinstar silver drought with a 1956 Roosevelt Dime at the local Kroger's Coinstar machine.

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  7. Korh98

    Korh98 Member

    Last winter, I just randomly told my little cousin to go check the coinstar and he found a 1964 dime. Gotta admit, I was a little jealous since I had never found anything exciting other than half dollars, but hey, hopefully that will get him into the hobby.
    Then the other day, I found a few Canadians and finally my first silver! I cant quite make out the full date, must be either a '58 or '59.
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  8. Michael K

    Michael K Well-Known Member

    Mini foreign spill.
    2 Chuck E Cheese
    .19 American
    1 new penny 1974 Great Britain
    1 pfennig 1980 Germany
    10 pfennig 1976 Germany
    15 kopeks 1987 Russia
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  9. jensenbay

    jensenbay Well-Known Member

    2 cents stuck together, Family Fun Center token, Canada cent, South Africa 2 Rand, and 2 Malaysia 5 sen coins in a coinstar.
     
  10. Paddy54

    Paddy54 Variety Collector

    20190714_070537.jpg 20190714_070550.jpg 80 cents silver = $8.82 4 free
     
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  11. Monstarules

    Monstarules Member

    That 1952-S quarter is worth almost 2x the melt value.
     
  12. APX78

    APX78 Active Member

  13. Michael K

    Michael K Well-Known Member

    Disagree on the 52-S value. But awesome finds.
     
  14. Treashunt

    Treashunt The Other Frank

    agreed
     
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  15. jensenbay

    jensenbay Well-Known Member

    Not a coinstar find but there was about 90 cents of change and a 2 dollar coupon for next time in the self checkout at the grocery store this morning.
     
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  16. Michael K

    Michael K Well-Known Member

    A score is a score.
    Al Pacino "Donnie Brasco"
     
  17. RoseWesche

    RoseWesche New Member

    Found this in the coin star tonight at our local grocery store along with 2 shield pennies. Any ideas why the obverse looks so new and shiny but the reverse is toned like it is? 2019-07-20 22.43.28 Screen.jpg
     

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  18. Michael K

    Michael K Well-Known Member

    Maybe it was in an album? And some kid spent it?
    It looks very nice, don't clean it.
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  19. RoseWesche

    RoseWesche New Member

    No worries there! That's one of the first things I learned when I started collecting a little over a year ago. An Acetone dip would be done only if absolutely needed.
     
  20. Michael K

    Michael K Well-Known Member

    I've used acetone on silver, clad coins and copper pennies.
    They claim it won't hurt copper, but some opinions vary on that.
    I would just leave this coin alone. It could be 1939-S AU (Red?) which
    would be a very good find.
     
  21. RoseWesche

    RoseWesche New Member

    Yeah, this coin is definitely skipping a bath! I compared it to a couple MS coins on the Heritage website and the only big difference I see is the toning on the reverse of mine. Some people think the toning kills a coin, but others prefer it. But regardless of the grade, I think it looks pretty good for an 80 year old coin that's been in circulation and found in a coin star to boot!!!
     
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