Discussion in 'Coin Roll Hunting' started by Hellofthenorth, Feb 20, 2012.
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There used to be several in North Florida.
Food Lion is a much more common sight in North Carolina and Virginia. However, there’s a few scattered locations in Tennessee, Florida, and Georgia.
There’s still one operating in St. Mary’s Georgia if I recall correctly. From what I understand Food Lion downsized considerably.
Food Lions are like 7/11s here in SE VA, they're everywhere.
I'm thinking about getting the one in the middle graded, it's clearly a rare mint error!
I think maybe it was struck by a meteor!
Well it appears as though this is a 1945-P war nickel that some sop just cast off into the rubbish bin!
Saved from the perfidy of an eternity in some smelly landfill.
One man's trash is another man's treasure.
Amazing that the date and legends are basically legible!
One Bermuda 25 cents
One Cayman Islands 25 cents
All on the tray of a coinstar.
Food Lion extends up into Northern Delaware
Great find and welcome to CT (even though you've been a member since 2016. LOL).
Oh yeah! I found a Spanish 100 pesetas, large silver coin from 1966 in the trash can once - an employee threw that and a lot of other stuff out with it.
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