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Discussion in 'Coin Roll Hunting' started by chicken_little, Oct 24, 2005.

  1. clorox

    clorox Member

    Two boxes of halves: Two 40% and a full roll of bright and shiny 1989 D's.

    No update on the situation, I'm going to go in and talk to a banker tomorrow, hopefully that might clear things up. Overall it looks like I'm going to need to open another account. Do you guys think that just a savings account would work, or do I really need a checking account?
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  3. donwonbob

    donwonbob Member

    1 box of nickels again. 2-wars 1 1924 bufflo. i havent had a box of nickels yet be bad i hope this keeps up. i ordered 4 boxes of halfs for the 19th. hope to find my first one.
  4. Lon Chaney

    Lon Chaney Well-Known Member

    What kind of foreign coins was it? You find much foreign in halves?

    I've only found one, and it was a silver Greek coin.
  5. FadeToBlack

    FadeToBlack New Member

    Not many, no. One was a 2009 Panama half, and the other was a 1989 Jamaican half. Only foreign silvers I've ever found were a Canadian half (last week) and some weird foreign coin from Belgium, I think it was?
  6. pballer225

    pballer225 Member

    Why stop at 1964, I'd rather go back and pick up some of them gold double eagles :cool:
  7. SilverevliS

    SilverevliS New Member

    box of halves - skunk, except for a 2010, first one I've come across
    $40 in nickels - nothing special but I did find a Columbian 50 peso coin in a BWR :eek:dd:
  8. lotusboyrulz

    lotusboyrulz Member

    $60 in nickles nothing
    $51 in cents 23 wheat cents and 30 Canadian cents
  9. indyronnie

    indyronnie New Member

    Ok but you gotta chip in for gas
  10. jlaramie

    jlaramie New Member dry spell has officially ended for boxes of halves.

    Box #1 - 90%-2 (64'x2), 40%-7, and a 1987-P

    I can breathe easy now. Best of luck to Tabortot for ending his dry spell with boxes of halves! Still diggin' the 1950-D nickel you found Tabor...
    Now I am off to bed...good night all!
  11. TaborTot22

    TaborTot22 Well-Known Member

    Wow! Nice box of halves Jlaramie. Great one to end your streak.

    Box of Nickels: 33 pre-1960, no Wars, dateless Buff. Nothing spectacular.

    Gonna get a box of halves today. Wish me luck...I hope that it doesn't end up being my 11th straight Skunk box.
  12. Inquisitive

    Inquisitive Starting 2 know something

    Box of halves & dimes - both skunk
  13. Mr. Flute

    Mr. Flute Well-Known Member

    $40 BWR nickels - 46-S, 57 & 59
  14. jlaramie

    jlaramie New Member

    $70 CWR's - Skunk (did get another 39'-S though)
  15. Hellofthenorth

    Hellofthenorth New Member

    box of halves - skunk
  16. gunnovice09

    gunnovice09 Nothing

    Nice jlaramie hopefully I can end my halves dry spell with the box I picked up today.
  17. jlaramie

    jlaramie New Member

    I wish you the best of luck as well gunnovice...the dry spells can be rough! Good luck on that box!!!
  18. sjlund

    sjlund Member

    Skunked on $1,000 in quarters, but one of my tellers saved me a silver half! Nice! A silver plated 1974. Dang. Oh well, at least she has me in mind when she comes across an unusual coin!
  19. furryfrog02

    furryfrog02 Well-Known Member

    My weekly two boxes of nickels and 2 boxes of cents. Both nickel boxes were solid 2012-P. That's $800 out of my last $1100. I am getting hosed on the nickels. First box of cents was typical and I'm 80% through the 2nd and so far only 2...yes...2 wheats. My coin karma sucks lately.
  20. FadeToBlack

    FadeToBlack New Member

    Bag of ikes done. Set aside 161 coins to look at later... amongst them, 2 FEV's, 4 '72 T2, 5 '76 T1, 2 proofs, 2 F-VF coins, a holed coin, and... a 4% or so clipped planchet! The clipped planchet is probably a $100 coin or so, not really sure what they're worth.
  21. While working at a concession stand today I found a '38 Jefferson Nickel! The oldest nickel I've found so far! I also found a Panamanian quarter in one of the rolls - it's the same size and weight as ours.
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