Discussion in 'Coin Roll Hunting' started by chicken_little, Oct 24, 2005.
Thanks! And then I couldn't believe what it was worth.
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I was travelling for business and stopped at 4 banks. Not much until the last one offered me 7 rolls. 4 held nothing, but the wrappers of the other three were promising:
Hamilton halves! Well, that's news to me. I kinda figured this was some other crh's joke, so I was hoping (but not expecting much) when I spilled the rolls:
Wow! My first "Hamilton" halves! 48 ninety percent silvers total. Another 9 forty percenters. Some of the Hamiltons are BU!
About 18 ounces total!
The teller was so glad to get rid of the doors she let out a cheer as I left...
Awesome CTRH! That is the best silver haul I have seen here in a long time. Makes me want to go "hit all my banks" today, lol! Those BU "Hamiltons" look juicy!
It was a lot of fun. I need to put the best ones in 2x2's...some have full mint luster.
2 x 1964
7 x 1964-D
3 x 1966
2 x 1967
3 x 1968-D
3 x 1969-D
Interestingly, no NIFCs, proofs, etc. I have 1 more box to pick up today. Hoping the trend continues, HH!
Again, I am amazed folks are still finding silver (especially 90%ers). Good haul!
2 x 1964-D
1 x 1966
1 x 1968-D
2 x 1969-D
1 x 2018-P NIFC
Box #3 is next (different bank).
2000-S Impaired proof and nothing else. Oh well, was still a fun search.
Yes! the thrill of the hunt!
I did find (30) 2002+ NIFCs and (1) 1974-D DDO, but it had major “ring around the collar” (roll end crimping damage) so I threw it back. HH!
Love that commemorative!
200 in quarters
150 in dimes
40 in nickels
Gave up 1 44p war nickel, 1 canadian dime, and 1 canadian nickel
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