Discussion in 'Coin Roll Hunting' started by chicken_little, Oct 24, 2005.
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Perhaps pulling off the cat hair before photographing it might help.
Box of cents, 77 wheats, including a steelie. My 2nd highest count on a box of cents.
Grade wise im thinking AU55 ?
Congrats! I’ve yet to find one. I don’t do well in grading zinc coins.
Thank you, Its kinda Ironic too I had recently mentioned to my wife that the CAM Is so rare and that i'll never find one then BOOM!
Here’s the bring to the bank pile.
Here’s the copper pile.
Here’s the send to @Rick Stachowski pile.
Several cents were marked like this.
Here are some wheat cents and toners that I liked.
The second box gave up a ‘40 and. ‘46 Walker ( The ‘46 was uncirculated and gorgeous. Actually the coins were in wonderful shape), 11 40% Kennedy’s, 2 proofs and 3 no FGs.
The next 2 boxes had NOTHING. NADA. ZIP.
Then I bought 5 rolls and the next to last coin was an ‘07 Barber.
Another box gave up a ‘68 Kennedy and a no FG.
Two days ago I got 15 rolls which produced 2 proofs and a nice ‘64 Kennedy.
And 10 rolls of dimes gave me a single ‘64.
You lucky dog!
So far through 15 rolls two common wheats and NOT getting much copper worth saving.
Edit: it’s clearly another crher’s dump, ack!
First 2 boxes had a single ‘64 Kennedy each.
Next box had 4 ‘64s, a ‘53 Franklin and a ‘42 Walker. Also 18 40% Kennedy’s and 3 proof coins and a number of uncirculated halves.
The fourth box had a ‘40 and ‘46 Walkers. The ‘46 appears uncirculated. Also 11 40% halves, a number of uncirculated and 3 no FG coins.
The next 2 boxes and NOTHING.
The next box had an ‘07 Barber
Yesterday I bought 10 rolls and found a ‘64.
@Chip Kirkpatrick your area sounds very productive, enjoy!
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