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  1. #136
    us
    Feb 2009
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    Well...........Here I go!

    This topic has lit a fire under me. I have a close friend that is in upper management in my bank (with 12 branches!) and he is pulling all the halves together from all branches and will deliver them to my office door via Brinks! I explained to him that I was a coin collector (which is true) and that I am searching for specific dates and mint marks (which is true). I told him to debit my account for whatever the value of the halves are. Some of the branches have been in business since the early 1900's, so this should be interesting, to say the least.

    Yall check back and I will let everyone know what i found.

  2. #137
    us
    Feb 2009
    Henderson Tx
    Whites IV
    533

    Re: BEGINNERS GUIDE TO COIN ROLL HUNTING!!! + TERMS

    Great info.
    I will persist until I succeed.

    I was not delivered into this world into defeat, nor does failure course in my veins.  I am not a sheep waiting to be prodded by my shepherd.  I am a lion and I refuse to talk, to walk, to sleep with the sheep.

    I will persist until I succeed

  3. #138
    us
    Bee Keepers Do It Better!!

    May 2009
    So. OREGON.
    GP-EXTREME, LST, XLT.
    80

    CORN ROLL HUNTING????

    ARE YOU SURE YOU SPELLED THAT RIGHT.....LOL.,LOL,LOL
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  4. #139
    us
    Apr 2009
    Clarksville TN.
    Minelab SE Pro
    1,776

    Re: CORN ROLL HUNTING????

    Quote Originally Posted by goldinmyear
    ARE YOU SURE YOU SPELLED THAT RIGHT.....LOL.,LOL,LOL
    Brings to memory pickin out the whole corn, with a stick, when was kid of course.

  5. #140
    us
    Nov 2007
    Nebraska
    White Eagle Spectrum
    226

    Re: BEGINNERS GUIDE TO COIN ROLL HUNTING!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by erik12152003
    sorry for the dumb question but what are proofs and do scrape yards give you the same prices for silver that you guys and gals are talking about. I am just thinking about trying this but it sounds addictive. sounds fun
    Someone mentioned Pawn Shops...I have had better luck just taking
    my "scrap" silver to coin dealers. If you do sell em, don't take the first
    persons offer. Shop around a bit. Might find one pays just that little bit
    extra that others don't. Then, keep going back to that dealer.
    The first thing you need to remember about running away is, it's the "from" that's important.  The "to" can take care of itself.

  6. #141
    us
    Aug 2009
    143

    Re: BEGINNERS GUIDE TO COIN ROLL HUNTING!!! + TERMS

    Dont tell ANYONE
    REBEL PRIDE!!

  7. #142
    us
    Aug 2009
    south central, kentucky
    4

    Re: BEGINNERS GUIDE TO COIN ROLL HUNTING!!! + TERMS

    Went to the bank today and got $70 worth of halves. Two of the rolls were all bicentennial. Not a silver find but, I was happy.

  8. #143
    us
    Aug 2009
    ACE 250 (MD) Bare hands (CRH)
    2,074
    10 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Re: BEGINNERS GUIDE TO COIN ROLL HUNTING!!! + TERMS

    Quote Originally Posted by treasure collector 3000
    Went to the bank today and got $70 worth of halves. Two of the rolls were all bicentennial. Not a silver find but, I was happy.
    Might want to post this to the main forum, not the rules thread. Oh yea, toss back the bicentennials, they are worth..... 50 cents.
    There is no silver left around here...

  9. #144
    us
    Feb 2010
    1

    Re: BEGINNERS GUIDE TO COIN ROLL HUNTING!!! + TERMS

    so i went to the bank 3 weeks ago and asked if they would order me a box of halvs and apparently i was speaking an alien language because they said they could not.... little did they know they just lost a regular customer and would be receiving my "dump" change.... so i go to another bank and they are happy to order all i want as long as i dont bring them back to them.... works for me... so i order 1000 worth waited a week and found on my first coin roll hunt ... drum roll please..... 43-40% 29-90% and 2-90% franklin halvs.... i did some math witch im not really good at and figured these coins i found are worth between 200-300 dollars in coin or silver depending on what brings the most cash......... needless to say i ordered another G of coin... cant wait

  10. #145
    us
    Apr 2007
    Missouri
    Whites DFX, AT Garrett Pro
    1,421
    4 times
    Metal Detecting

    Re: BEGINNERS GUIDE TO COIN ROLL HUNTING!!! + TERMS

    Fantastic post.
    Have detector, Will Travel  
                                           RJW

  11. #146
    us
    Apr 2007
    Missouri
    Whites DFX, AT Garrett Pro
    1,421
    4 times
    Metal Detecting

    Re: BEGINNERS GUIDE TO COIN ROLL HUNTING!!! + TERMS

    Went to 12 banks today....no one had rolls of half dollars. I did get three rolls of quarters in a clear plastic wrap and thought wonderful now I have 3 rolls of new quarters got home and looked at them closely....found a 1957 quarter....in fine condition!
    Have detector, Will Travel  
                                           RJW

  12. #147
    us
    Feb 2010
    1

    Re: BEGINNERS GUIDE TO COIN ROLL HUNTING!!! + TERMS

    Is it legal to melt down coins for silver, copper, gold etc.?

  13. #148
    us
    Feb 2010
    Formerly NH now East Tennessee
    Garrett GtaX1250
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    1714 times

    Re: BEGINNERS GUIDE TO COIN ROLL HUNTING!!! + TERMS

    Well I decided to give it a shot while waiting for the ground to thaw out. Ordered a box of halves from my local bank and the only thing my friendly bank manager asked is that I don't return them to that bank. Wish me luck.
    Live Free or Die

  14. #149
    us
    Feb 2010
    Formerly NH now East Tennessee
    Garrett GtaX1250
    2,428
    1714 times

    Re: BEGINNERS GUIDE TO COIN ROLL HUNTING!!! + TERMS

    Quote Originally Posted by NHBandit
    Well I decided to give it a shot while waiting for the ground to thaw out. Ordered a box of halves from my local bank and the only thing my friendly bank manager asked is that I don't return them to that bank. Wish me luck.
    Update... Big fat skunk on the box as fas as silver but I did score a few clads I needed for my collection and the wife started a Kennedy collection as well with the clad we found. None newer that 2001. Is that when they stopped releasing them into regular circulation ?
    Live Free or Die

  15. #150

    Dec 2004
    moosic pa
    494
    6 times

    Re: BEGINNERS GUIDE TO COIN ROLL HUNTING!!! + TERMS

    What ever happened to coolcash?

 

 
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