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  1. #16
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    James

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    Alright in my box of dimes I had 2 silvers, a 1963 and 1964! I'm going to go through my box of pennies in a little bit and look for some wheats and errors. I am also upping my goal for silver dimes from 10 to 50. It would just make me feel so much better if I could get a full roll by then!

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    2014 Goals:

    201/1000 Wheat Cents
    0/10 Indian Head Cents
    0/1 1984 DDO/Doubled Ear
    0/1 1995 DDO Cent
    0/2 1999 WAM Cent
    3/8 WAM Cents (not including 99s)

    $315 Cents Searched

    Lifetime Goals:

    0/1 1992 P/D Close AM Cent
    0/1 1988D RDV-006
    0/1 1983 DDR

  2. #17
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coppercrazy
    Ordered a box of pennies from my mdain bank I actually do banking at and then I went to go pick them up and they said "Sorry we sold them to business customers instead." I mean come on I ordered them for a reason so they SHOULD have kept them for me. Oh well about to go around to 5 or 6 banks and just pick up some customer rolls from each.
    Hey coppercrazy, reading your post, I could tell you were annoyed that they gave your box to business customer but I just wanted to point out that banks have to give priority to their business customers over cr hunters. When you go in to the bank, and something like that happens, if you just accept it graciously and say oh, ok, no problem, maybe next week, they will remember you and want to take care of you if they possibly can. Having good relationships with your tellers can really pay off in the long run, IMHO. HH

  3. #18
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    Quote Originally Posted by mercury1 View Post
    Hey coppercrazy, reading your post, I could tell you were annoyed that they gave your box to business customer but I just wanted to point out that banks have to give priority to their business customers over cr hunters. When you go in to the bank, and something like that happens, if you just accept it graciously and say oh, ok, no problem, maybe next week, they will remember you and want to take care of you if they possibly can. Having good relationships with your tellers can really pay off in the long run, IMHO. HH
    You're right but they said they would hold it for me and I came first thing in the morning to pick it up. Literally about an hour after brinks came. Oh well I'm over it, ordered a box of dimes and cents for next week. They said sorry and they will be sure to make sure they hold them for me, because apparently they forgot they were even suppossed to give me a box.
    2014 Goals:

    201/1000 Wheat Cents
    0/10 Indian Head Cents
    0/1 1984 DDO/Doubled Ear
    0/1 1995 DDO Cent
    0/2 1999 WAM Cent
    3/8 WAM Cents (not including 99s)

    $315 Cents Searched

    Lifetime Goals:

    0/1 1992 P/D Close AM Cent
    0/1 1988D RDV-006
    0/1 1983 DDR

  4. #19
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    Out the pennies I got 25 wheat pennies that were all 1940's and 1950's...I also got a 1991 error that was a weak strike, no "Li" in "Liberty" no "In G" in "In God we Trust" and the 1 in the date is barely visible. Maybe I'll call around and see if I can get another box Monday.
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    2014 Goals:

    201/1000 Wheat Cents
    0/10 Indian Head Cents
    0/1 1984 DDO/Doubled Ear
    0/1 1995 DDO Cent
    0/2 1999 WAM Cent
    3/8 WAM Cents (not including 99s)

    $315 Cents Searched

    Lifetime Goals:

    0/1 1992 P/D Close AM Cent
    0/1 1988D RDV-006
    0/1 1983 DDR

  5. #20
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    James

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    Called some banks all 5 I called said I could swap out dime rolls. All said they had at least $100 worth, so I'm going to 15-20 branches tomorrow to see if I can get maybe 10 silvers.
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    2014 Goals:

    201/1000 Wheat Cents
    0/10 Indian Head Cents
    0/1 1984 DDO/Doubled Ear
    0/1 1995 DDO Cent
    0/2 1999 WAM Cent
    3/8 WAM Cents (not including 99s)

    $315 Cents Searched

    Lifetime Goals:

    0/1 1992 P/D Close AM Cent
    0/1 1988D RDV-006
    0/1 1983 DDR

  6. #21
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    Jan 2012
    Maryland
    White's Coinmaster
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    Coin Roll Hunting
    Unlike halves, most banks have a lot of dimes.
    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.

  7. #22
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    James

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    Bank 1: $250 CWR Dimes-SKUNK
    Bank 1: $250 Brinks Dimes Box-SKUNK
    Bank 2: $250 Brinks Dimes Box-SKUNK
    Bank 3: Had No Boxes of Coins
    Bank 4: Had No Dimes, $250 Quarters-SKUNK
    Bank 4: $250 Brinks Box-1964
    Bank 4: $150 Quarters, $100 Box of Nickels-2 War Time, 10 Pre 50's, 1934 Canadian.

    So Overall I had a pretty rough day $5.06 Silver Spot. :/
    I'm going to try to do 2 boxes of nickels and a box of cent tomorrow. Wish me luck!

    NOTE: Some banks will have multiple listings because I went to these multiple times.
    2014 Goals:

    201/1000 Wheat Cents
    0/10 Indian Head Cents
    0/1 1984 DDO/Doubled Ear
    0/1 1995 DDO Cent
    0/2 1999 WAM Cent
    3/8 WAM Cents (not including 99s)

    $315 Cents Searched

    Lifetime Goals:

    0/1 1992 P/D Close AM Cent
    0/1 1988D RDV-006
    0/1 1983 DDR

  8. #23
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    James

    Jun 2012
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    Big shout out to NICKEL SEARCHER 219 for getting me into hunting nickels. At first I was skeptical, but he was right!
    2014 Goals:

    201/1000 Wheat Cents
    0/10 Indian Head Cents
    0/1 1984 DDO/Doubled Ear
    0/1 1995 DDO Cent
    0/2 1999 WAM Cent
    3/8 WAM Cents (not including 99s)

    $315 Cents Searched

    Lifetime Goals:

    0/1 1992 P/D Close AM Cent
    0/1 1988D RDV-006
    0/1 1983 DDR

  9. #24
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    James

    Jun 2012
    Ohio
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    As I keep thinking about all of the treasures out there I really want to increase my bankroll to something large enough to where I don't need to worry about getting rid of coins as soon as I get them, although that would be a good idea. I Would like at least a $1,000 bankroll. Lol, Now I am just getting greedy.
    2014 Goals:

    201/1000 Wheat Cents
    0/10 Indian Head Cents
    0/1 1984 DDO/Doubled Ear
    0/1 1995 DDO Cent
    0/2 1999 WAM Cent
    3/8 WAM Cents (not including 99s)

    $315 Cents Searched

    Lifetime Goals:

    0/1 1992 P/D Close AM Cent
    0/1 1988D RDV-006
    0/1 1983 DDR

  10. #25

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coppercrazy
    As I keep thinking about all of the treasures out there I really want to increase my bankroll to something large enough to where I don't need to worry about getting rid of coins as soon as I get them, although that would be a good idea. I Would like at least a $1,000 bankroll. Lol, Now I am just getting greedy.
    Even a 1k bank roll is small, it can buy you two boxes of halves then you are screwed when they say oh we have more! I avoid the "hang on while I go to my bank" moment.

  11. #26
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    James

    Jun 2012
    Ohio
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    Quote Originally Posted by CRHQueen View Post
    Even a 1k bank roll is small, it can buy you two boxes of halves then you are screwed when they say oh we have more! I avoid the "hang on while I go to my bank" moment.
    That is a a very good point that I wish I could fix, but I can't at the moment. They didn't have a problem with waiting for me to swap out, although they might eventually. Hopefully my bankroll with be big enough by then.
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    2014 Goals:

    201/1000 Wheat Cents
    0/10 Indian Head Cents
    0/1 1984 DDO/Doubled Ear
    0/1 1995 DDO Cent
    0/2 1999 WAM Cent
    3/8 WAM Cents (not including 99s)

    $315 Cents Searched

    Lifetime Goals:

    0/1 1992 P/D Close AM Cent
    0/1 1988D RDV-006
    0/1 1983 DDR

  12. #27
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    James

    Jun 2012
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    Overall today was a little below good. Out of $200 on nickels ($150 Plastic Brinks, $50 Customer) I pulled 2 35% silver war nickels and 63 pre 60's. Also picked up $25 in pennies, someone else's dumps...This is the 3rd time I've picked up customer rolls from DIFFERENT banks and I got someone elses dumps. Looks like I'm only going to be a able to do sealed Brinks boxes.
    2014 Goals:

    201/1000 Wheat Cents
    0/10 Indian Head Cents
    0/1 1984 DDO/Doubled Ear
    0/1 1995 DDO Cent
    0/2 1999 WAM Cent
    3/8 WAM Cents (not including 99s)

    $315 Cents Searched

    Lifetime Goals:

    0/1 1992 P/D Close AM Cent
    0/1 1988D RDV-006
    0/1 1983 DDR

  13. #28
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    Jan 2012
    Maryland
    White's Coinmaster
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    Coin Roll Hunting
    Was the 1934 Canadian coin a nickel or quarter?
    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.

  14. #29
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    James

    Jun 2012
    Ohio
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    Quote Originally Posted by sagittarius98
    Was the 1934 Canadian coin a nickel or quarter?
    It's a nickel so it's not silver.
    2014 Goals:

    201/1000 Wheat Cents
    0/10 Indian Head Cents
    0/1 1984 DDO/Doubled Ear
    0/1 1995 DDO Cent
    0/2 1999 WAM Cent
    3/8 WAM Cents (not including 99s)

    $315 Cents Searched

    Lifetime Goals:

    0/1 1992 P/D Close AM Cent
    0/1 1988D RDV-006
    0/1 1983 DDR

  15. #30
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    James

    Jun 2012
    Ohio
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    Searching a box of dimes and cents tomorrow. Somehow my bankroll went from $250 to $244...
    2014 Goals:

    201/1000 Wheat Cents
    0/10 Indian Head Cents
    0/1 1984 DDO/Doubled Ear
    0/1 1995 DDO Cent
    0/2 1999 WAM Cent
    3/8 WAM Cents (not including 99s)

    $315 Cents Searched

    Lifetime Goals:

    0/1 1992 P/D Close AM Cent
    0/1 1988D RDV-006
    0/1 1983 DDR

 

 
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