The luck of pocket change!! Post!!!!!!

Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Harley.d, Jul 2, 2011.

  1. Lincoln Cents

    Lincoln Cents Cents not pennies

    I found a 1926D in about AU condition a year ago in a take a penny leave a penny at a gas station.
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  3. tommy1121

    tommy1121 New Member

    I found a 1919 wheat in meh change a few weeks ago:D
  4. Kanderus

    Kanderus Active Member

    In pocket change, the best I can think of is a 1946 plain penny in AU condition, and a Maryland clad proof quarter...I have found some silver, but not so much in change, but in teller trays and whatnot, so I count those as roll searches.
  5. Harley.d

    Harley.d Love coins

    Man your a coin magnet! Even when i roll search i cant find anything...
  6. afox

    afox sometime collector

    more fun change

    Found in change today in Columbus Ohio.

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  7. vnickels

    vnickels Matt Draiss Numismatics & Galleries

    I got a silver dime in change once. It was nothing special.
  8. Collector1966

    Collector1966 Senior Member

    I had a 1909-"S" Indian Head cent like that once-- I firmly believed there I saw an "S where none actually existed.
  9. rlspears10

    rlspears10 Member

    Received a dateless SLQ in change just the other day.
  10. Collector1966

    Collector1966 Senior Member

    I think of it as getting $2.50 cash back :)
  11. vnickels

    vnickels Matt Draiss Numismatics & Galleries

    On an $8 Subway meal, yes it was!
  12. gmaster456

    gmaster456 New Member

    I get an unusual amount of Wheat Cents in my change, (Sometimes 1 or 2 a week). Most of them are pretty "meh" though
  13. joey0053

    joey0053 ZERT Operator

    I have only got a war nickel and that was last year.
  14. gboulton

    gboulton 7070 56.98 pct complete

    We seem to be on a "foreign coin" streak with pocket change around here...

    Few weeks ago, the wife got this at the convenience store, in place of a quarter:


    And then last weekend, I got this at our yard sale, in place of a nickel:

  15. scottishmoney

    scottishmoney Buh bye

    My rarest change find so far was in 2009, I got a 1992 dated 10 kopyiok coin that was actually minted as a pattern in the Luhans'k Shell Factory for the proposed new coinage for Ukraine. This coin somehow slipped into circulation after 1996 when the new Ukrainian state coins were released.
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