Discussion in 'Coin Roll Hunting' started by chicken_little, Oct 24, 2005.
You, my friend, have one amazing teller! I can't believe this post!
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That was over my weekly 6 boxes. I've had a pretty good string of boxes though since I re-started searching halves. So far this year I am averaging over 10oz a month.
GREAT finds. Needless to say, I'm excited to actually thoroughly search them. Hopefully some good stuff.
Fun stuff! What's the date on the IHC?
1905. Not the oldest I've found but my first IHC of the year.
Guess what [10 - 12] wayward rolls do when they escape the confines of the box!!! Think 'can of worms'
Well, I was the only one in the bank at the time; no big deal.
But ... 1 'ender' so far here ('66 ; looks pretty good), out of 200 possible enders, (personally, would prefer 2 'middlers', to 1 'ender')
+1 on that.
Any chance you could tally up in a post Arby, of what you've got from your teller last few months?
Yes, they made a proof and regular bicentennial half in 40% silver... why, think you've found one?
(Wash. Album full yet? )
I was thinking at this rate, I'll have over 50 Silvers. But then the well went DRY. 4 or 5 Silvers next 10 rolls, and only 2 or 3 Silvers from last ~25 rolls ???????
VERY happy here, but just thinking how 1st box worked out this way.
The '76 is not a Silver Clad.
Now, PRAYING THAT THE 2ND BOX IS PACKED LIKE THE 1ST 15 ROLLS 1ST BOX!!!
(still wondering how about 18 Silvers (+'51 P) ended up in 1st 14 rolls, 1st box???):
I like the '72, ... and the '87 - I think NOT a bus. strike; whatcha' think on this?
and some of the rest
It's definitely worn and has some dings and circulation. I'd prolly just put it in my Walker roll and call it a day. No harm no foul if you want to put it in a flip though
first non-Kennedy ever from a box
'64 x 2
'66 x 2
'67 x 11
'68 D x 5
'69 D x 3
a few odd ones besides
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