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  1. #31
    us
    Aug 2011
    Silverville
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    CRHing

    Re: DIMES

    looks like a pretty good week - congrats on all the finds!

    You did a lot better than I did. My finds for the week were:

    2 Rosie's
    2 90% halves (1 Walker, 1 Ben)
    4 40% halves
    3 82P no FG halves

    Good luck the rest of the week!
    2014 results:
    Dollars ($150 searched): 1 silver Ike ('76S)
    Halves ($83,984 searched): 65 x 90% (17 Bens, 6 Walkers, 1893 commem), 443 x 40% (2 x '68S, '69S, '70D, '76S), 1 x 80% ('64 Canadian), 4 x '82P no FG's, 2 mag. coins
    Nickels ($2500 searched): 21 silver, 14 buffalos ('13 T1, '24, '26, '27, '28, '30S, '36, '36S & 6 nd's), '39S, '05P bison error
    Cents: 7 wheats ('36, '37, '39, '40, 2 x '41, '43 - all coin counter finds)

    Total silver: 90.8248 ozs

  2. #32
    us
    Mr.

    Jan 2012
    Yourtown
    Garrett
    431
    43 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Re: DIMES

    Great thread! You are tearing the dimes up!
    Im averaging 1 per box, Brinks

    Nothing better than getting silver @ face value
    If it were easy and we scored keepers everytime it would be called Coin Roll Picking not Coin Roll Hunting.

  3. #33
    us
    Aug 2011
    Silverville
    2,813
    490 times
    CRHing

    Re: DIMES

    Quote Originally Posted by Xiao en
    Great thread! You are tearing the dimes up!
    Im averaging 1 per box, Brinks

    Nothing better than getting silver @ face value
    +1. MIh is doing about as good as $$ with the dimes.

    And I search Brinks dime boxes as well and have about the same 1 keeper per box avg. I like seaching Brinks dime boxes because they are so easy to search & dump.

    And finding silver @ face is sure great! H$H!
    2014 results:
    Dollars ($150 searched): 1 silver Ike ('76S)
    Halves ($83,984 searched): 65 x 90% (17 Bens, 6 Walkers, 1893 commem), 443 x 40% (2 x '68S, '69S, '70D, '76S), 1 x 80% ('64 Canadian), 4 x '82P no FG's, 2 mag. coins
    Nickels ($2500 searched): 21 silver, 14 buffalos ('13 T1, '24, '26, '27, '28, '30S, '36, '36S & 6 nd's), '39S, '05P bison error
    Cents: 7 wheats ('36, '37, '39, '40, 2 x '41, '43 - all coin counter finds)

    Total silver: 90.8248 ozs

  4. #34
    us
    Jun 2011
    Southeastern MI
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    Re: DIMES

    Monday
    Box of dimes made up by teller, half loomis half CWR: 1952, 1963D, 1964x2
    $420 in CWR Half dollars, 1985 S Proof, 2004 D, no silver

  5. #35
    us
    Jun 2011
    Southeastern MI
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    230 times

    Re: DIMES

    Monday Con't
    2nd box (Loomis): 1946S, 1947D

    So far this week, 9 US Dimes

  6. #36
    us
    Jan 2012
    Maryland
    White's Coinmaster
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    641 times
    Coin Roll Hunting

    Re: DIMES

    Were you able to go to Windsor any time to get Canadian boxes? I know that the mint culls the silver, so CWRs should be better.
    1/100 of an American dollar is a cent. It is NOT a penny. The word penny is used by several other countries, such as Great Britain, to denote their smallest denomination. In order to be numismatically correct, you must use the term cent to describe the American coin.

  7. #37
    us
    Jun 2011
    Southeastern MI
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    Re: DIMES

    I went to Canada today and brought back, 1 dime box, 2 nickel boxes and 2 penny boxes. Results to follow.

    Tuesday:
    US Dime box (Loomis): 1946S, 1952
    US Half dollar $250 MWR: 2 NIFCs

  8. #38
    us
    Jun 2011
    Southeastern MI
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    Re: DIMES

    Wedneday:
    250 CWR Dimes: 1959D, 1946? (hole punched thru dime, unable to determine mint mark or no)

  9. #39
    us
    Jun 2011
    Southeastern MI
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    Re: DIMES

    Thursday, slow day, but rewarding!

    $140 CWR dimes: 1964 (That brings me to 14 US dimes/ 1 oz of silver in dimes!)
    $70 CWR halves: 5x40%ers!!

  10. #40
    us
    Jun 2011
    Southeastern MI
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    230 times

    Re: DIMES

    Friday
    Loomis Box #1 Shunk
    Loomis Box #2 1959D, 1964D
    Interestingly the second box had 54 Canadian dimes, none of which were silver. Normally I find 5-10 per box.

    Totals for this week
    16 silver US dimes
    2 canadian silver dimes (1967, 1968)
    1 war nickel
    5 40% half dollars

  11. #41
    ca
    Sep 2011
    417
    26 times
    Coin roll hunting

    Re: DIMES

    Quote Originally Posted by sagittarius98
    Were you able to go to Windsor any time to get Canadian boxes? I know that the mint culls the silver, so CWRs should be better.
    There are only mint locations in Winnipeg and Ottawa so anywhere else is safe from the over exaggerated culling. There isn't much silver for the mint to cull so most of the culling is copper coins and nickel coins. They call it a coin recycling program but it is really low scale.

  12. #42
    us
    Aug 2009
    White's MXT
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    Re: DIMES

    Just curious if halves are really bad there, would you consider doing quarters? The average is usually 1 per 5 boxes I believe for quarters but hey if halves are really bad, you could do quarters. They're easy to search and dump if you get clear wrap. 1 quarter basically = 1 40%er. Just a thought, I don't do quarters often but did find 3 last year. If boxes here get worse and worse, I could do quarters. There's always an ample supply of them and banks will always need them. I've pondered the possiblities if CRHing got worse for halves, gotta have a back up. I think dimes are good but they're harder to dump and there's not always an ample supply as the quarters.

    I would do nickels if there is a good way to edge search them. I know that war nickels tend to be grimmy and dark on the rim but it's a lot of work and who knows some may not. If only there would be a fast way to search nickels. That's probably the last un-tapped outlet for finding silver if everything else disappears.

  13. #43
    us
    Jun 2011
    Southeastern MI
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    230 times

    Re: DIMES

    I think that the yield is better, given the time and effort, to continue with dimes instead of quarters.

    Last week $2140 of dimes yielded 1.25 oz of silver which is the rough equiviliant of 7 silver quarters. I think I am ahead in silver from where I would be if I search 4 half or quarter boxes

  14. #44
    us
    Aug 2009
    White's MXT
    2,071
    5 times

    Re: DIMES

    Quote Originally Posted by MIhunter
    I think that the yield is better, given the time and effort, to continue with dimes instead of quarters.

    Last week $2140 of dimes yielded 1.25 oz of silver which is the rough equiviliant of 7 silver quarters. I think I am ahead in silver from where I would be if I search 4 half or quarter boxes
    True for dimes.. just suggesting quarters if people are getting skunked on 15 box streaks of halves.

  15. #45
    us
    Jun 2011
    Southeastern MI
    1,345
    230 times

    Re: DIMES

    Monday
    $85 CWR Dimes: 1950D, 1957D
    Loomis Dime Box: 1964D

    Loomis Nickel Box:
    1907 V Nickel Cond: AG3-G4
    1943P, 1944P
    Canadian 99.9% nickel: 1974, 1977, 1980
    11 pre 1955 keepers

    $17 loose half dollars: 1967x1
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