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    Amazing Rare One of a Kind CoinStar Find!!!!

    Is Not how I would describe walking by the CoinStar at Wal-Mart and finding this.
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    Mark

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    It is funny you posted this, I walk by one at Walmart and found a shiny new 1994D Memorial in the reject tray. What didn't it like about these perfectly good pennies?
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    Quote Originally Posted by neohiodetectorist View Post
    It is funny you posted this, I walk by one at Walmart and found a shiny new 1994D Memorial in the reject tray. What didn't it like about these perfectly good pennies?
    No clue but it was the lone coin in the reject tray. No Silver No foreign coins No tokens. Just my luck
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    To mark the 225th mint anniversary, the employees of the Philadelphia mint asked for the 2017 penny to bear the P mint mark. It is the first time since 1793, that a U.S. Federal penny struck in Philadelphia has had the P mint mark stamped into it. In 2018 the U.S.Penny struck in Philadelphia, went back to
    "No mint mark"
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    Quote Originally Posted by against the wind View Post
    To mark the 225th mint anniversary, the employees of the Philadelphia mint asked for the 2017 penny to bear the P mint mark. It is the first time since 1793, that a U.S. Federal penny struck in Philadelphia has had the P mint mark stamped into it. In 2018 the U.S.Penny struck in Philadelphia, went back to
    "No mint mark"
    So are you trying to say it is Rare? Send me a nickel and it's yours.
    Unless it goes Banner then the price is a Dime.
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    Lol got to start from somewhere
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    Quote Originally Posted by VMI Digger View Post
    Lol got to start from somewhere
    Jon my New strategy is to start collecting modern stuff so that in 200 years I'll be ahead of the curve. And besides my display is empty and this will look great until I find a modern spill

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    BANNER!!!
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    Haha I owe you Glenn. How about we split that dime I'm gonna get when it goes banner?

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    I stopped at the grocery store yesterday and beat you with three zincolns in the reject tray.

    Keep lookin' and some day you'll be pleasantly surprised.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xr7ator View Post
    I stopped at the grocery store yesterday and beat you with three zincolns in the reject tray.

    Keep lookin' and some day you'll be pleasantly surprised.
    Yeah but were they Nominated for Banner??
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    My last pluck from Coinstar were one quarter,three dimes and two pennies and were very modern.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thrifty76now View Post
    My last pluck from Coinstar were one quarter,three dimes and two pennies and were very modern.
    I was at the grocery store last week and some guy dropped more coins that rolled under the machine than I find. I'm thinking about offering a Free service of cleaning under CoinStar machines. Maybe just getting a CoinStar cleaning crew,t-shirt made might do the trick.
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    Nice score.. better than an empty reject tray. I stopped by two coinstar machines on the way home. 1st one was a bust, the 2nd one I got a zincoln, a 1999 Bermuda dime out of the reject tray and a Bermuda Bus & Ferry Token for zone 3 was on the machine.
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    jacdec1968

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    That title had me going for a minute. I thought you found a gold coin in the coinstar!

 

 
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