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

  1. Bradley Trotter

    Bradley Trotter Well-Known Member

    Out of curiosity, what bank did you use? I live in Middle Tennessee myself as well.
     
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  3. potty dollar 1878

    potty dollar 1878 Well-Known Member

    Were they just boxes of wrapped coins or were they mint rolls?because if they were than you got lucky I haven't been able to get a box of coins since the outbreak 7-6 months ago.
     
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  4. Noah Worke

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    IMG_20201018_143619662.jpg IMG_20201018_143617475.jpg IMG_20201018_143431891.jpg IMG_20201018_143438408.jpg IMG_20201018_143424404.jpg I finally got done with a box of nickels, and I had pretty good finds. Either I'm getting lucky, or no one in my area hunts nickels. The most surprising find was a 2005 Bahamian nickel, considering I live in MN it had quite a journey to take. I found my first 30s nickel, a 1939. I found some old dates and a lot of Canadians, not surprising considering I'm pretty close. 100$ is a lot of money for me to be spending here, equal to 4 cent boxes, so as fun as nickels are I think I'll stick with cents for the time being.
     
  5. About halfway through with my first box of nickels since about June, box was real quiet with no finds to speak of until this turned up. Close but not the holy grail, and it filled a spot in my album! 002.jpg 001.jpg
     
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  6. 1913LibertyHeadNickel

    1913LibertyHeadNickel Well-Known Member

    That's crazy you posted this....because a couple of days ago, my wife (who does the nickel boxes) pulled a 1950-D and put it in with the “pre-1960” pile that we save. Luckily, I go through that pile and pulled this baby out. We’ve had a few 1950’s recently, but this time we scored!! 6B2A33E3-DF51-4C5F-814A-FF0313A359F2.jpeg 1D1B04B2-C9A0-4397-995C-A11C6DC7DB29.jpeg
     
  7. That's an awesome find, and shocking to see one in worn circulated condition, makes it even more special than most of the surviving 1950-Ds!
     
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