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

  1. furryfrog02

    furryfrog02 Well-Known Member

    When I searched halves religiously, this was the worst part of the year.
     
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  3. furryfrog02

    furryfrog02 Well-Known Member

    Went out to my "W" sweet spot today and picked up a box of quarters and cents.
    Quarters - Solid 2018P Voyager. D'oh!
    Cents - Solid 2019P. Double D'oh!

    The manager is however, going to order me 4 boxes of halves and 2 boxes of quarters for probably next week.
     
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  4. TexAg

    TexAg Well-Known Member

    Guess I'll have to ride it out another 6 months until I find Christmas silver!
     
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  5. furryfrog02

    furryfrog02 Well-Known Member

    Christmas and March/April are my best times.
     
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  6. Cheech9712

    Cheech9712 Every thing is a guess

    Brilliant
     
  7. TexAg

    TexAg Well-Known Member

    Searched my last box of halves from this past week. It was successful because of a couple of one-offs:
    1966
    1987-D
    2006-D Obverse Die Crack (point of neck to rim)
    I typically find Kennedy Obverse Die Cracks from the 90’s decade with a few from 2000 - 2001. And nearly all with one or two exceptions are from Philly. This is the first “recent” one and it’s from Denver - odd!

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  8. Mernskeeter

    Mernskeeter Active Member

    Roll hunting today I found a 1972 DDO-004. (I think)Problem is Abe's got barnacles! Same with the 1956 BIE I found. Niether one are in great shape but I need your help. (The '72 is same green but it shows up in pics as darker) I've never cleaned a coin.. 20190707_233505.jpg 20190707_234726.jpg 20190708_000802.jpg 20190707_234043.jpg 20190707_235042.jpg 20190708_002314.jpg
     
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  9. berto

    berto Well-Known Member

    I am also currently experiencing the doldrums of half boxes. For me May has typically been best for boxes. In the Christmas timeframe I focus on CWRs instead of boxes. My local boxes are typically very stinky.

    I LOVE getting boxes of halves in other states because they are typically far more productive, which is why I am looking forward to my next out-of-state vacation in November!

    HH
     
  10. furryfrog02

    furryfrog02 Well-Known Member

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  11. 2nd nickel hunt complete! Grabbed 5 CWR and 34 Loomis MWR at two separate banks. Also tried my hand in halves for the first time and skunked on 3 Loomis MWR. Found 1 Russian Ruble and my second ever 2009 D.
    Results: 2 1940s S & P, 3 1941s 1 D & 2 P, 1946 S which is the best one of the hunt, 1951 P, 2 1953s D & P, 2 1954s D & P, 2 1955s both D but one is in excellent condition, 1957 P, 2 1958 D's, 2 1959s D & P.
    Sorry for the poor lighting.
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  12. berto

    berto Well-Known Member

    0E525B9F-1A3A-44DE-8489-0949A06974F9.jpeg $750 in mwr halves yielded 1 ‘72D no FG and 1 “YOU D” counterstamp.

    I’m happy with the no FG!
     
  13. Mernskeeter

    Mernskeeter Active Member

    Thank you! Cuds at 8:30 and 10 had me wishful thinking I guess. I see the die chip in mouth and under ' n ' now. I apprieciate your help. Now how should I get off what I can of the scudge? 20190709_082040.jpg
     
  14. furryfrog02

    furryfrog02 Well-Known Member

    You could try acetone but I don't know how well that'll work. I wouldn't mess with it if it were mine.
     
  15. Mernskeeter

    Mernskeeter Active Member

    Oh..ok. I will take that word ..and do with this cent what you Wouldn't;) do. Thank you kindly.

    If you look, He is already a smidge rainbow-esque. I will fashion a small box with some baby blankets in it to keep an eye on him whilst He tones:) He's just been traveling by Himself in this world, so I have no doubt his beauty marks ~as we will now call them~ is what has colored Him more beautiful.
    ( I am realizing in this very moment that I am a nutbar!:hilarious:)
     
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  16. smithmi420

    smithmi420 New Member

    I was searching a roll of Nickels from my local bank and found a 1942 (Type I) Jefferson Nickel (Average Circulation) that weighs only 4.1 grams, I have been to numerous shops, shows, even sent it in to Beckett for grading and they sent it back w/o any explanation. The only thing they all agree on is it that its not tampered with, it is 100% authentic but nobody has a clue as to why the weight is so low....Nothing like finding something so cool and having no clue what it is, PLEASE LET ME KNOW ANY IDEAS YOU MAY HAVE!!!!!!
     
  17. -jeffB

    -jeffB Greshams LEO Supporter

    I see that you posted about this coin two years ago. Without good photos, we can only guess; my guess would be that it's been corroded or acid-etched, which removes metal from the coin.

    Ad for why Beckett sent it back -- perhaps it's because it's not a sports card or comic? I'd never heard of Beckett, and some quick Googling doesn't show them having anything to do with coins.
     
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  18. Wayman

    Wayman Active Member

    Another day in store, again W Lowell, and beautiful cameo 1985 s dime.
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  19. Dgar2413

    Dgar2413 New Member

    1- 1870 Shallow N Indian VG-30
    1- 1999 Wide A.M. AU-50
    5- 1998 Wide A.M. (3- MS63) (2- MS62)
    1-2000 Wide A.M. MS-64
    Used to get boxes from bank.
     
  20. Wayman

    Wayman Active Member

    Im just curious, How you graded coins? By yourself ?
     
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  21. enamel7

    enamel7 Junior Member

    Let's see some pics!
     
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