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    Bicentennial mint roll?

    Stopped at the bank today and picked up 15 rolls of halfs... all they had. After looking at the rolls i noticed they were different than brinks and others. They say philadelphia mint on them and i openned 2 and they are all bicentennials but not perfect. How would a machine wrap these in special paper if they look to be circulated. Heres a picture attached. Are they worth keeping selling or just handing them right back

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    interesting, i bet you could sell those rolls on fleabay for quite some profit!
    HH
    BuffaloBoy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bowen89 View Post
    Stopped at the bank today and picked up 15 rolls of halfs... all they had. After looking at the rolls i noticed they were different than brinks and others. They say philadelphia mint on them and i openned 2 and they are all bicentennials but not perfect. How would a machine wrap these in special paper if they look to be circulated. Heres a picture attached. Are they worth keeping selling or just handing them right back
    I will tell you my clad story I bought a bunch of rolls from a bank they were 2001-2011 unc rolls wraped in us mint paper and couldnt find a buyer so too me clad is worth only face, that being said ebay has alot of suckers if you want deal with it

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    There are a lot of Bicentennial collectors out there that pay more than face, especially in those wrappers.
    As always...Love Silver...but going for the Gold!

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    Apr 2012
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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisplay2004
    There are a lot of Bicentennial collectors out there that pay more than face, especially in those wrappers.
    Agreed. The wrapper makes it better. You could probably make a profit off eBay.
    Totals:
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    40% Kennedy - x44
    Franklin - x10
    Walker - x6
    Roosevelt - x38
    Mercury - x3
    War Nickel - x4
    Buffalo Nickel - x4



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