Discussion in 'Coin Roll Hunting' started by Amberlarry22, Mar 4, 2021.
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It's all personal opinion... IMO I'd keep them
Yup basically what I was getting at
Going off of what @YoloBagels said, save the best and spend the rest.
I have a pile just like that I use for the vending machine.
the drop in 2009 is significant, they went from over 2 billion quarters a year to about half a million or so a year. uif you count DC&Territories as part of the state set, then 2009-P Northern Mariana Islands is the low mintage one at 37,600,000 but all of the 2009 year is much lower than usual.
2010-2012 are all low annual numbers also, around a half million coins a year.
in 2012, the two lowest mintages occur.
2012-P Acadia = 21,606,000
2012-P or D Chaco Culture 22,000,000
it starts getting back to normal in 2013.
Believe it or not, the National Park series, those coins from 2010-2012 were HARD to find in nice shape, never mind something that could be considered BU mid level.
Worth Keeping? They would be if you ever intended to make a set of them, or came across someone making a set.
Yesterday I gave a girl at work 4 BU state quarters she was missing from her set I had just laying around from when I was hunting and setting aside the nicer once that turned up. She's not doing the DC & territories part though, just one of those maps of the 50 states, but hanging on to them came in handy to score some points with the new chick!
I'd say from the picture, that guam one isn't quite up to snuff compared to the condition of the others.
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