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25 Feb 2022

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| I. R. Bama

I found a quarter in my change. It was a 1973 D. We don't get Denver's here very often. I'd judge it to be a middle fine. The D was filled so I figured it was a November December coin and the die was in an advanced die state. I was all excited until I found out I had a better one in the album. But it was cool to find it and maybe I can sell it to someone else

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Mike

Level 7

I'm sorry I missed this. I don't know how. You will be surprised what you find in your change. I also would of liked to see it. P sorry my friend but I finally found it. Thanks for the blog.

thatcoinguy

Level 5

Lol! It would have been even better if you took 100 pictures of it, and posted the blurriest one!

Kepi

Level 6

haha! Those blurry photos are the best! ; )

CheerioCoins

Level 5

Wow, that’s such a great find! Totally couldn’t have found one myself! Just kidding :). I do agree that this is what most blogs are. Just write better blogs than this people.

Longstrider

Level 6

Come on people. Really? I mean That is amazing Bama. How about a photo. Make sure to brush off the pocket lint first!

Kepi

Level 6

That's funny! Dig deep down in your pockets... haha ; )

Long Beard

Level 5

I look at every coin I receive in change or find, primarily brought about from the beginning in 1974/75 filling those old blue folders and albums. You would be correct in that these rarely appear as frequently as they once did and that makes them truly special. One positive from the pandemic was the coin shortage and sudden release of older coinage still stored in federal vaults for many years. I found numerous late 1970 through mid-1980's in near mint state condition. So thank's for sharing your find!

AC coin$

Level 6

Great find . You got a nice sample and a nicer reference . Comparing the two makes You a great collector.

Kepi

Level 6

This is so exciting! An amazing find indeed. I'm sure you can find a buyer out there. ; )

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