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  1. #41
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    I've seen some people on other forums try weighing. I personally weighed two rolls from the box. The roll with two silvers weighed slightly heavier than the roll without. In my opinion this would be the best explanation as to why someone would bring two opened boxes to a bank.
    Totals:
    Amount Searched as of 05/7/13 - $24,087.50

    90% Kennedy - x15
    40% Kennedy - x44
    Franklin - x10
    Walker - x6
    Roosevelt - x38
    Mercury - x3
    War Nickel - x4
    Buffalo Nickel - x4



    = 1 New CRH Find

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  3. #42

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    It makes sense, and it's an interesting method, you'd just need a decently accurate scale.
    "Those who fail to prepare are preparing to fail." -Benjamin Franklin

  4. #43
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    Jan 2012
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eldar11 View Post
    It makes sense, and it's an interesting method, you'd just need a decently accurate scale.
    Some clads can be thicker and weigh more, and you could have one less coin in a roll, making the weighing off, and potentially missing a silver.

    Here is a good one:

    Jennings JScale HP-100X Gram Precision Digital Pocket Scale 100g x 0.01g with 100 Gram Calibration W--Tools-Measuring, Levels & Stud Finders-Precision Tools
    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.

    Quote Originally Posted by Edmund Burke
    The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.

  5. #44

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    Quote Originally Posted by sagittarius98 View Post
    Some clads can be thicker and weigh more, and you could have one less coin in a roll, making the weighing off, and potentially missing a silver.

    Here is a good one:

    Jennings JScale HP-100X Gram Precision Digital Pocket Scale 100g x 0.01g with 100 Gram Calibration W--Tools-Measuring, Levels & Stud Finders-Precision Tools
    If you were weighing rolls, you could also check the height against a known value to know if you're short. Definitely some possibilities for missing some silver coins.
    "Those who fail to prepare are preparing to fail." -Benjamin Franklin

  6. #45
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    Apr 2012
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    1 box of halves with black/white wrappers = skunk (3 NIFCs)

    I still have 1 box of nickels to go through but it looks to be solid 2012

    Good luck everyone!
    Totals:
    Amount Searched as of 05/7/13 - $24,087.50

    90% Kennedy - x15
    40% Kennedy - x44
    Franklin - x10
    Walker - x6
    Roosevelt - x38
    Mercury - x3
    War Nickel - x4
    Buffalo Nickel - x4



    = 1 New CRH Find

  7. #46
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    R.I.P. Rich Hartford, You'll be missed.

    Feb 2011
    Mississippi
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    Garda in my area, and believe me, the rolls truely resemble their colors, a crapload of black and whote half dollar skunks, just broke a 30-box skunk streak with the black and whites.
    Quote Originally Posted by usernameerror View Post
    Picked up my box of halves today. Unfortunately it was a skunk. My first skunk ever. Not fond of this feeling. It contained about 13 NIFCs but I didn't keep any.

    Also the box contained black and white wrappers. Never seen these in my area. Forgot to ask my teller friend who their supplier is.

    Hope everyone has better luck!
    HH
    BuffaloBoy

  8. #47
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    Apr 2012
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    US Coins
    Hello everyone!

    One of my pick up banks did not receive the box of halves they "apparently" ordered for me. However they did have $160 in CWRs. I did get lucky a few weeks back with CWRs from this same bank. Apparently a guy comes in every few weeks and cashes a bunch of halves. Last time I found a 90%er and a 40%er. Today I found x2 40%ers. 1967 and 1968D. I'll take it!

    Whoever this person is. God bless them for keeping my silver addiction alive. Boxes have not been so kind to me.

    Good luck everyone!
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    Totals:
    Amount Searched as of 05/7/13 - $24,087.50

    90% Kennedy - x15
    40% Kennedy - x44
    Franklin - x10
    Walker - x6
    Roosevelt - x38
    Mercury - x3
    War Nickel - x4
    Buffalo Nickel - x4



    = 1 New CRH Find

  9. #48
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    Apr 2012
    East Coast
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    My first teller tray finds!

    Stopped by a random bank on a whim today. Asked for halves and the teller had $3.50 worth. I was worried because she started rim checking the coins. She seemed to notice something different but brushed it off and handed me the coins. I heard the delightful "clink" of silver! Found a 1968D and a 1969D!

    Good luck everyone!
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    Totals:
    Amount Searched as of 05/7/13 - $24,087.50

    90% Kennedy - x15
    40% Kennedy - x44
    Franklin - x10
    Walker - x6
    Roosevelt - x38
    Mercury - x3
    War Nickel - x4
    Buffalo Nickel - x4



    = 1 New CRH Find

  10. #49
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    Apr 2012
    East Coast
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    129 times
    US Coins
    Found my first Buffalo Nickel!

    This isn't by first Buffalo but it is my first CRHed!

    $20 BWR Nickels = dateless Buffalo and two pre-1960s

    Good luck everyone!
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    Totals:
    Amount Searched as of 05/7/13 - $24,087.50

    90% Kennedy - x15
    40% Kennedy - x44
    Franklin - x10
    Walker - x6
    Roosevelt - x38
    Mercury - x3
    War Nickel - x4
    Buffalo Nickel - x4



    = 1 New CRH Find

  11. #50
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    Jan 2012
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    Coin Roll Hunting
    just wanted to say i enjoy the updates. i don't find nearly as much as you. i live vicariously through others. haha

  12. #51
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    Apr 2012
    East Coast
    710
    129 times
    US Coins
    Thanks! It's not much but it's something. Good luck!
    Totals:
    Amount Searched as of 05/7/13 - $24,087.50

    90% Kennedy - x15
    40% Kennedy - x44
    Franklin - x10
    Walker - x6
    Roosevelt - x38
    Mercury - x3
    War Nickel - x4
    Buffalo Nickel - x4



    = 1 New CRH Find

  13. #52
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    Apr 2012
    East Coast
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    129 times
    US Coins
    Greetings everyone!

    June was an "average" month by my standards. I really wanted to pick up my volume but one of my banks is not cooperating with me. Since last posting I've done 1 box of halves which was skunk.

    Today I did $100 in CWR nickels. Did not find any War Nicks but I did find my second Buffalo. Unfortunately its dateless. Also found a bunch of pre-1960s. Most notable are 1941S,1947S, 1950 and 1953S.

    Have a great 4th of July everyone!
    Totals:
    Amount Searched as of 05/7/13 - $24,087.50

    90% Kennedy - x15
    40% Kennedy - x44
    Franklin - x10
    Walker - x6
    Roosevelt - x38
    Mercury - x3
    War Nickel - x4
    Buffalo Nickel - x4



    = 1 New CRH Find

  14. #53
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    Jun 2012
    North Carolina
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    Im just getting started with getting coins from banks and searching for silvers. I really have no idea how this all works. Do you pay face value for the coins? Or if I get $200 in halves, and they are all normal, did I lose money? Thanks!

  15. #54

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    No you take that 200$ in halves back to the bank for a different 200$ in halves.or any other denomination.

  16. #55
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    Jan 2012
    Maryland
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dihren View Post
    Im just getting started with getting coins from banks and searching for silvers. I really have no idea how this all works. Do you pay face value for the coins? Or if I get $200 in halves, and they are all normal, did I lose money? Thanks!
    Quote Originally Posted by Nickel Searcher 219 View Post
    No you take that 200$ in halves back to the bank for a different 200$ in halves.or any other denomination.
    Also, you don't pay more than $200 for the halves. A bank may charge fees, just try to find a new bank if they do that.
    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.

    Quote Originally Posted by Edmund Burke
    The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.

  17. #56
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    Apr 2012
    East Coast
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    129 times
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    Greetings everyone!

    Had a good day of CRHing today! Visited two banks to pick up dimes and nickels. Picked up $100 in BWR dimes and $20 in BWR nickels from bank 1. Picked up $100 in CWR dimes and $30 in CWR nickels from bank 2.

    The $20 BWR nickels from bank 1 produced a 1943P war nickel!

    Bank 2's CWR dimes were very interesting. I pulled a 1961 Roosie and a 1957 Canadian Dime from two different rolls. My first foreign silver!

    There was also one dime roll wrapped in a really old wrapper. I got really excited when I saw the teller pull it out of her safe. I saved it for last and I'm glad I did. Pulled 4 silver Roosies from that roll. All 1964.

    Interesting thing about the old wrapper roll was that the newest dime in the roll was a 2012P. This must mean that someone decided to cash in an old coin jar and had 10 year old wrappers lying around. I'm going to go back tomorrow and ask for any rolls in old wrappers.

    Good luck everyone!

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    Totals:
    Amount Searched as of 05/7/13 - $24,087.50

    90% Kennedy - x15
    40% Kennedy - x44
    Franklin - x10
    Walker - x6
    Roosevelt - x38
    Mercury - x3
    War Nickel - x4
    Buffalo Nickel - x4



    = 1 New CRH Find

  18. #57
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    Jan 2012
    Maryland
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    The rolls look more than 10 years old. I hope there are many more for you like that. Congrats on your first foreign silver.
    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.

    Quote Originally Posted by Edmund Burke
    The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.

  19. #58
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    Apr 2012
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    Quote Originally Posted by sagittarius98 View Post
    The rolls look more than 10 years old. I hope there are many more for you like that. Congrats on your first foreign silver.
    Thanks! I didn't get a chance to visit the bank today but will try again on Monday.


    Hello everyone!

    Another good day for silver!

    Visited 5 banks today for nickels and dimes and whatever halves were available.

    Bank 1: $1.00 loose halves = SKUNK
    Bank 2: $50.00 BWR dimes = All 2012P
    Bank 3: $20.00 BWR nickels = 2 pre-1960's / $00.50 loose half = SKUNK
    Bank 4: $20.00 CWR nickels = 6 pre-1960's
    Bank 5: $100.00 CWR dimes = 1947 Roosie in excellent condition and still has original luster / 1949D Roosie

    AND....$3.00 loose halves from teller tray. ALL silver! 1965(x4), 1967 and 1968D

    Bank 5 is where I stumbled upon a collection dump of 25 90%ers including Franklins and Walkers when I first started CRHing. Apparently someone keeps cashing in silver halves for FV.

    Good luck to everyone!

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    Totals:
    Amount Searched as of 05/7/13 - $24,087.50

    90% Kennedy - x15
    40% Kennedy - x44
    Franklin - x10
    Walker - x6
    Roosevelt - x38
    Mercury - x3
    War Nickel - x4
    Buffalo Nickel - x4



    = 1 New CRH Find

  20. #59

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    I have a bank just like that every time I go in I pull some silver in the last 2 weeks 1-franklin 3-64s and 10-40%ers I started switching up when I go in sometimes every week sometimes every 2 weeks Im scared they are going to catch on that Im pulling over $100 in silver from them a month.

  21. #60
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    Jan 2012
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    Quote Originally Posted by ihittheskislopes View Post
    I have a bank just like that every time I go in I pull some silver in the last 2 weeks 1-franklin 3-64s and 10-40%ers I started switching up when I go in sometimes every week sometimes every 2 weeks Im scared they are going to catch on that Im pulling over $100 in silver from them a month.
    I don't think they will catch on, but you might wear out your welcome if you come too often.
    Last edited by sagittarius98; Jul 08, 2012 at 10:23 PM. Reason: spelling
    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.

    Quote Originally Posted by Edmund Burke
    The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.

 

 
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