Pocket Change Diaries: Chapter 32 : Why does this lady keep following me?
An odd amount of some german lady on the coins this week. Box 1 was my favorite code in roman numerals, while box 2-4 were codes I don't see a lot of, and the 5th box was a box of last week's sub-par boxes. I didn't do too bad this week.
$1250 in Dimes (5 boxes) Box1: 1964D, 1947S
Box3: 1962D, 1990 British 5p
Box4: 1991 British 5p, 1964D, 1986 Canadian
Box5: 2005 Bosnian 5f, 1950D
Brings my dime average to 268 silvers from 188.5 boxes. 1.422/box!
FDR Dimes 289
Head Dimes 23
Walking Halves 1
JFK 40% Halves
JFK 90% Halves
War Nickels 21
War Nickels: 0.583/box
German lady? Post a pic of her (not meant to be inappropriate).
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.