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

  1. ken454

    ken454 Well-Known Member

    searched a box of quarters in hopes of finding a "W", no luck, found one 2019 lowell philly coin but did find 6 listed ATB doubled dies,

    2013 P Nevada WDDR-004

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  3. ken454

    ken454 Well-Known Member

    oops ...wrong button..

    2013 P Nevada WDDR-004 WDDR-004.jpg WDDR-004-1.jpg

    2016 P WDDR-001 South Carolina

    WDDR-001.jpg WDDR-001-001.jpg

    2013 P WDDR-006 South Dakota

    WDDR-006.jpg WDDR-006-1.jpg

    and 3 of 2013 P South Dakota WDDR-024

    WDDR-024-001.jpg WDDR-024-002.jpg WDDR-024-003.jpg
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  4. Kaye

    Kaye Member

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    Not sure what to call this error.
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  5. TexAg

    TexAg Well-Known Member

    Looks like it was in a fire and the heat created a bubble.
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  6. Kaye

    Kaye Member

    I never would have thought of that! Thank you!
  7. Jordan Thomas

    Jordan Thomas Member

    Today's bank hebox of pennies just a quick scan thru. Still gonna take a better look...4x 1955 p poormans dd, 1 1953 p poormans dd, a few 40s and 50s. Lots of higher grade memorials in this box Getting 5 rolls from Amazon tomorrow as well.

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  8. enamel7

    enamel7 Junior Member

    Rolls from Amazon? That can't be cheap!
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  9. midtncoin

    midtncoin Well-Known Member

    Two more boxes in the books:

    Cent box #19: 40, 42, 44d, 57, 57d, 58d
    Nickel box #23: 39x2, 41x2, 46d, 47, 47s, 48, 48d, 49d, plus one very dateless buffalo. No silver this time around.
  10. Relic Raker

    Relic Raker Active Member

    The best of tonight's penny box hunt.
    (L) 1967 Canadian bird cent (my first)
    (C) 1918-D wheat
    (R) 1917 wheat
    Bird Cent - 1918D - 1917.jpg
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  11. Bradley Trotter

    Bradley Trotter Hoarder of Metallic Disks of Various Sizes

    Nice finds the Canadian coins of 1967 each have a distinct image of wildlife on the reverse as shown below.

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  12. davidharmier60firefox

    davidharmier60firefox Well-Known Member

    Selling a box today. 5 rolls into the other box I find lots of clean shiny 2005. And not much shield. Biggest question is will I get MWR or CWR.
  13. Jordan Thomas

    Jordan Thomas Member

    Best coin roll finds for the past two weeks.

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  15. enamel7

    enamel7 Junior Member

    Yepper, too much.
  16. Relic Raker

    Relic Raker Active Member

    Quick $40 nickel hunt yielded a super trashed 1919 buffalo.
    1919 Buffalo nickel obv.jpg

    1919 Buffalo nickel detail.jpg

    1919 buffalo nickel rev.jpg
    Last edited: May 16, 2019
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  17. berto

    berto Well-Known Member

    Looks like a metal detecting find was spent or deposited at a bank...Interesting find.
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  18. berto

    berto Well-Known Member

    3 banks yesterday yielded $40 in MWR halves and $1 loose halves...Nothing.
  19. WildWest

    WildWest Obsessive Compulsive Disarry

    Standard. There’s nothing here I’m Austin either. Dry as a bone. Not even worth my time to drive and then return them.
  20. Cheech9712

    Cheech9712 Every thing is a guess

  21. davidharmier60firefox

    davidharmier60firefox Well-Known Member

    My replacement box of pennies came from BBVA Compass bank in Livingston. It is remarkably similar to a People's Bank "fed" box. Would not surprise me if they get their coins from the same place. The CWR box I'm working on is crazy. One roll with a,lot of ugly copper. The next roll gives up shield pennies.
    Anyway about to go off and have a Saturday at work.
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