Discussion in 'Coin Roll Hunting' started by Penny Luster, Sep 21, 2020.
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That's what I though you might be doing. Just be really careful in doing so.
The other use for it is to sort each decade by year.I take all my 1960's cents and start at the left circle with 1960 then 1961, 62, 63 and so on.After hunting thousands of rolls, I have hundreds of plastic tubes each holding a particular year/mint mark of almost all Lincoln cents in the series. The best of them go into albums.
I just had to say that mat is awesome. I seen that from a roll hunter YouTuber.
Oh, i see. Thanks. I was wrecking my brain trying to figure out what they were for. When I zoomed in and saw the dotted circular line within each circle, I thought they were for measuring coin diameters! Lol. I was over thinking it. You have quite a collection. Do you have any 1922 cents? (I didn't see a tube of it in your pics - but I know you must have tons of other tubes that are not shown) Finally, what's in that Century Box? (Just being nosey. Lol.)
The boxes are all full of tubes. The century box is what I use when coin roll hunting to save space. The tubes are labeled 30s, 40s 50s 60s 70s etc then tubes for red 50s, red 60s 70s and so on. It has about a century's worth of space in one box, making it portable and easy to use
. Periodically I sort them into dates using my mat, and put them into tubes by date and mint mark, about ten years per box.. I started a box for red cents too.
I have some 1922-d cents in my albums. Here is my 1922 weak d. I think it might have been altered to remove the d. What do you think?
I think so too. Sure looks like it.
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