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Coin roll hunting or change find

What is your best or most insane find coin roll hunting or change hunting? My best coin roll hunting find is probably  is my 1883 Indian that I found in a box of pennies. My best change find was a 2020 Bat W and a 1945-P war nickel both in my moms change at the same time.

1 year ago

Best roll find was a no FG initials on the reverse of a Lincoln cent. Had it slabbed by ANACS.

1 year ago

I got the same thing as Longstrider! Actually, I have found two of them, both change finds. As for CRH, it will either be one of the 2019 W quarters, a platinum quarter, or an offcenter lincoln cent

1 year ago

i dont know. maybe a V75 W quarter 

1 year ago

@Longstrider
Best roll find was a no FG initials on the reverse of a Lincoln cent. Had it slabbed by ANACS.         Nice! 

1 year ago

@CentSearcher
I got the same thing as Longstrider! Actually, I have found two of them, both change finds. As for CRH, it will either be one of the 2019 W quarters, a platinum quarter, or an offcenter lincoln cent Too cool! A platinum quarter? I am assuming you mean plated. And ya, that off center Lincoln is pretty sweet!

1 year ago

@walking liberty
i dont know. maybe a V75 W quarter  That is a good find!

1 year ago

A few Mercury Dimes   ; )

1 year ago

Speaking of Mercury dimes, I have a little story for you. My cousin gave me one of his old jackets, and one day I put my hand in the pocket and felt a dime. I pulled it out, and it was a Mercury dime. He had no idea it was there, so I guess I was just extremely lucky. That was before I started collecting, so that merc was one of the reasons I started numismatics

1 year ago

Cool! I have a finding story for you! So, one day on a trip to Michigan (I think) I stuck my hands in the crack of the seat and pulled out a 7th generation iPod nano! And after I charged it, it worked!

1 year ago
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