Reject Tube & Coinstar Finds

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

  1. scottishmoney

    scottishmoney Слава захисникам свободи

    Yesterday was a good day and so was today - a single silver coin - a 1964-D Quarter. I love finding silver.
     
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  3. Mr. Flute

    Mr. Flute Well-Known Member

    silver quarters are the best. My last good coinstar find was a 64 Washington.
     
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  4. jensenbay

    jensenbay Well-Known Member

    A quarter, dime, 2 cents, Canada nickel, and Bahamas nickel in a coinstar.
     
  5. AllCoExpat

    AllCoExpat Well-Known Member

    One lonely 2009 dime stuck near the hinge area of the credit union's coinstar yesterday morning. Still, free money is free money. :)
     
  6. coloradobryan

    coloradobryan Well-Known Member

    11 cents US, 26 cents Canadian, and a New Zealand dollar. All in the coinstar in Walmart in Frisco.
     
  7. scottishmoney

    scottishmoney Слава захисникам свободи

    France 5 eurocents 1999, not in the slot but on the floor in front of the machine.
     
  8. DJP7x0s

    DJP7x0s Sometimes Coins Arouse Me

    Coinstar find. The lowest grade wheat cent that I have ever seen. Think this is PO1??? Is it worth something graded???

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  9. gamebird98

    gamebird98 Active Member

    I have never found anything from them :(
     
  10. Omegaraptor

    Omegaraptor Gobrecht/Longacre Enthusiast

    I don't see a date, so no. What if it used to be a 1909-S VDB though?
     
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    Treashunt The Other Frank

  12. scottishmoney

    scottishmoney Слава захисникам свободи

    Single solitary little dime laying on the floor in front of the coinstar, forlorn and all alone - oh and it is a '64-D
     
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  13. junkcollector

    junkcollector Junior Member

    First silver of the year at Safeway coinstar 1964 D Roosevelt
     
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  14. Pi man

    Pi man Well-Known Member

    Found a '43 steelie... in my own dump. Does that count?
     
  15. heuvy31

    heuvy31 Active Member

    My first coinstar silver of the year, a 61 dime. Also, two 2015 quarters and a 2015 dime. The last few times I've found clad in the coinstar they have been 2015 coins. Has anyone heard of the coinstars having problems accepting the newer coins?
     
  16. scottishmoney

    scottishmoney Слава захисникам свободи

    They only have problems if the machine cannot take a big dump of coins. It is always best to slowly place the coins in the hopper, but most people don't do that. Sometimes I can go by the machines and find literally dozens of cents, dimes etc because someone dumped all at once and neglected to check the reject slot.


    Not that I mind...
     
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  17. heuvy31

    heuvy31 Active Member

    Gotcha, that definitely makes sense.
     
  18. bugo

    bugo Well-Known Member

    My only silver American quarter Coinstar find was a well worn 1936. I also found a 1966 Canadian quarter a while back.
     
  19. jensenbay

    jensenbay Well-Known Member

    1 cdn quarter on a coinstar.
    96 cents in the change dispenser at the checkout of the same store.
     
  20. AllCoExpat

    AllCoExpat Well-Known Member

    The guy in front of me at the coinstar this morning left a 1985 quarter and this other "thing" rattling around in the machine. They popped out when I loaded it up with nickels. Anyone have any ideas what I'm looking at?

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  21. junkcollector

    junkcollector Junior Member

    That is a Thai baht worth about 15 cents
     
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