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25 Apr 2019

A Good Find!

Coins-United States | RPSeitz

After purchasing my coffee this morning, I examined my change and found a 1982 Small Date Copper Cent. I know it is copper because I weighed it when I got to my office and it weighed 3.12 grams. Unfortunately, it is not from the Denver Mint, but it does finish out one of my Lincoln Memorial Whitman folders. This is a strange find for me because I usually only get recent date coins with my coffee change. I don't know if this is a result of the National Coin Hunt, but, I am going to say it is a result. That's my story and I am sticking to it!



Level 5

Nice find! And now a cool story to go along with it!


Level 6

Congrats on your find! Great job!

Congrats on this find, and completing that folder.Great accomplishment.

Great find! it would appear that the Great American Coin Hunt is off to a nice start


Level 4

Congratulations! As others said you never know what you will find so always keep looking. And great job finishing your folder!


Level 4

Excellent find. Blessings.


Level 7

He good for you! I always check my wife's change. She brought home a 1931 S so check your couch piggy banks there all good spots.Keep those eyes open you never know. I'm rooting for you. .pat


Level 6

Well good job. It's not from me. I did put a handful of Wheaties out there tough. Keep hunting. Great find.


Level 6

You never know when you are going to get a surprise. Add ti your collection during National Coin Week,.

It's Mokie

Level 6

Bravo, the first significant find announced on this Board. Hopefully that D appears out of the ether, soon.

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