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  1. #151
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    Oct 2017
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sleepy Holow View Post
    You gonna nic-a-date that buff or no?
    I should, I've got at least a dozen that could use some nic-a-date. I'll have to get some first, though. Who knows, could be something fun among them.

  2. #152
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    Oct 2017
    Montana, edge of nowhere
    Garrett Ace 400
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    203 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    January 5 - January 11 Coin Hunting Results

    New year started off pretty slow but things seem to be picking up now. New Canadian nickel record and some foreign.

    Penny Box #206 (2500 pennies)
    Other Notes: solid 2019D

    Penny Box #207 (2500 pennies)
    Other Notes: solid 2019D

    Penny Box #208 (2500 pennies)
    Other Notes: solid 2019D

    Penny Box #209 (2500 pennies)
    Other Notes: solid 2019D

    Penny Box #210 (2500 pennies)
    Other Notes: solid 2019D

    Penny Box #211 (2500 pennies)
    Other Notes: solid 2019D

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    Penny Box #212 (2500 pennies)

    363 copper (14.52%)
    3 Wheaties (1944D, 1946, 1951D)
    6 Canadians (1963, 1974, 1991 X2, 2001, 2005)

    Other Notes: 1 canadian ender

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    Penny Box #213 (2500 pennies)

    349 copper (13.96%)
    9 Wheaties (1935, 1944, 1951D, 1953D, 1954D, 1957D, 1958D X3)
    7 Canadians (1951, 1978, 1981, 1983, 1990, 1991, 1994)

    Other Notes: 1 canadian ender

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    Penny Box #214 (2500 pennies)

    345 copper (13.80%)
    6 Wheaties (1946D, 1946S, 1952D, 1952S, 1957D, 1958D)
    8 Canadians (1953, 1968, 1979, 1979, 1981, 1982, 1984, 1997)

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    Penny Box #215 (2500 pennies)

    323 copper (12.92%)
    8 Wheaties (1936, 1951D, 1952D X2, 1957D, 1958, 1958D X2)
    6 Canadians (1957, 1958, 1982, 1989, 1994, 1995)

    Other Notes: 1973 Australia 5c
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    Nickel Box #54 (2000 nickels)

    pre-1960 (19): 1940P X2, 1940S, 1941P X3, 1946P, 1947D, 1952P X3, 1952S, 1954D X2, 1957D, 1958D X3, 1959D
    (currently missing 5 more pre-1960 Jeffersons)

    8 Canadians - 1984, 1987, 1989 X2, 1991, 1993, 1994, 1997
    (record 6 -> 8)
    0 silver -
    0 buffalo -

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    Weekly misc CWR (January 5 - January 11)

    $0 CWR pennies: Skunk
    $0 CWR nickels: Skunk
    $0 CWR dimes: Skunk
    $210 CWR quarters: 2015S homestead non-proof
    $5 CWR halves: Skunk
    Last edited by ShinyPackRat; Jan 18, 2020 at 02:20 PM. Reason: Always forgetting things.

  3. #153
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    Oct 2017
    Montana, edge of nowhere
    Garrett Ace 400
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    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    January 12 - January 18 Coin Hunting Results

    Now this was a great week. A silver in every quarter box, another proof, another clipped planchet and; best for last, we're now only missing four pre-60 Jeffersons. Actually not in bad condition, either.
    Let's do this every week for 2020.

    Nickel Box #55 (2000 nickels)

    pre-1960 (19): 1941P, 1948P, 1948D, 1949D X2, 1949S, 1952S, 1953D, 1955D, 1957D X3, 1958D X3, 1959D X4
    (currently missing 5 more pre-1960 Jeffersons)

    1 Canadians - 1998

    2017 penny

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    Nickel Box #56 (2000 nickels)

    pre-1960 (18): 1938S, 1939P X2, 1941P, 1948P X2, 1950P, 1952P, 1953D, 1954D X2, 1954S, 1955D, 1956D, 1957P, 1957D, 1958D, 1959P
    (currently missing 5 -> 4 more pre-1960 Jeffersons)

    1938S - 3rd lowest mintage of the series
    1968S possible proof - new oldest proof
    1988D possible double clipped planchet

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    Quarter Box #5 (2000 quarters)

    1 Silver - 1941P
    (record oldest US 1944 -> 1941)

    Other Notes: box/"collection" dump possibly from 2011 or 2012. not a single coin from 2012+. Many high grade 2007-2010.

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    Quarter Box #6 (2000 quarters)

    1 Silver - 1964P

    Other Notes: very light scattering of 2012-2019 coins, but still 96% pre-2012.
    1985 Ireland 5 pence
    1985D minor grease strike

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    Weekly misc CWR (January 12 - January 18)

    $12 CWR pennies: 1941D au/bu, 1957D wheaties. 1973 canadian. 173 copper
    $0 CWR nickels: Skunk
    $0 CWR dimes: Skunk
    $190 CWR quarters: 2019W war
    $32 CWR halves: Skunk

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    Last edited by ShinyPackRat; Jan 20, 2020 at 12:27 PM.
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  4. #154
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    Feb 2013
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    Never used one, but am interested
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    Score on the '38S! That's a toughie to find. Now on to the Jefferson final four! Man, those quarter boxes were strange this week, but you know, it seems to have turned out alright for you.
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  5. #155
    us
    Oct 2017
    Montana, edge of nowhere
    Garrett Ace 400
    198
    203 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Quote Originally Posted by Sleepy Holow View Post
    Score on the '38S! That's a toughie to find. Now on to the Jefferson final four! Man, those quarter boxes were strange this week, but you know, it seems to have turned out alright for you.
    Wish I could say those last four will be easier but I think it'll be a while before we see another. At a guess, it might be 30+ boxes before the next one.. and I only search about 60 nickel boxes a year! That's fine though, plenty other treasure to be found.
    Yea, not sure what's up with the quarter boxes. I thought at first the box itself was pre-2012, but with the mix of newer dates in the second box that clearly isn't the case. Maybe somebody dumped a very large change jar that they hadn't added to much in the last few years, but really who knows. I'll take one silver per box all day and be darn happy about it.. maybe go out tomorrow and see if there's any similar boxes floating around.

    Warming up a little over here in the frozen north, might have to get outside and go dig up some bottle caps. Maybe a few less penny boxes
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  6. #156
    us
    Oct 2017
    Montana, edge of nowhere
    Garrett Ace 400
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    203 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    January 19 - January 25 Coin Hunting Results

    I have confirmed with my bank that the same person
    deposited all the coins in dime box #4, quarter boxes #8, 6, 5. This is the last one. Once I realized
    I was regularly getting silver from this guy's deposit, I made sure I got all the rolls/boxes left. Shame I didn't
    realize sooner, I'm positive I missed at least some dimes. Additionally the bank says he deposited a bunch of
    nickels too, which I never saw. In total I caught 4 silver dimes and 3 silver quarters from this guy's deposit.. I
    Probably missed another 1-2 silver dimes and who knows what in nickels. Nothing truly insane, but I did pull
    seven silvers from the last five boxes; definitely far above average.
    Oh, and I ordered some nic-a-date. It'll be here late this coming week.


    Quarter Box #7 (2000 quarters)

    0 Silver -

    Other Notes: 2019W san antonio, 2019W memorial park. Normal box. 1974 Canadian

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    Quarter Box #8 (2000 quarters)

    1 Silver - 1964P

    Other Notes: 1974 Canadian, 25%+ Au or better pre-2000. <5% post-2012
    1970 Panama quarter

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    Dime Box #4 (2500 dimes)

    4 Silvers - 1957D, 1958D, 1964D X2
    (record 2 -> 4)

    1982 Canadian
    2001 Panama dime

    Another mostly pre-2000 box, but this time dimes.

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    Weekly misc CWR (January 19 - January 25)

    $0 CWR pennies: Skunk
    $0 CWR nickels: Skunk
    $0 CWR dimes: Skunk
    $200 CWR quarters: 2019W war
    $1 CWR halves: Skunk
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  7. #157
    us
    Oct 2017
    Montana, edge of nowhere
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    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    It got colder again, so aside from two short trips there wasn't much detecting (although I did well in my limited time). Figured I'd go a little crazy with cent boxes instead. Mighta' gone too crazy
    Those'll be coming soon (once I actually finish them all..)

    In other news, got my nic-a-date.
    Five little dateless buffalos turned into..

    1913P type I, 1919P, 1921P, 1929D, 1920X (obliterated mintmark area - scratches)

    Learned a few things with this little experiment.. firstly, I used way too much of the nic-a-date. "A drop" is actually too much once it settles and spreads out on the coin. Something to remember next time. Doing something like putting a drop on a Q-tip and spreading it to the date area that way might work better.
    The 1913 probably could have been identified without acid use. Whoops! That's an unfortunate way to learn that lesson. Had no idea there was a single-date variety identifiable without a visible date.
    Good news is it probably was worth very little either way.

    I think the 1913 is the only "slot filler" for me; the rest are all duplicates.
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  8. #158
    us
    Oct 2017
    Montana, edge of nowhere
    Garrett Ace 400
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    203 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Searched quite a few more penny boxes than usual but somehow didn't end up with anything 'significant'. The nickel box was definitely the highlight of the week. Long post for a long week, but not really anything to show for it. Dare I get this many boxes again this week?

    January 26 - February 1 Coin Hunting Results

    Penny Box #216 (2500 pennies)

    350 copper (14.00%)
    5 Wheaties (1937, 1945S, 1951S, 1956D, 1957D)
    5 Canadians (oops. common dates.)

    Other Notes: 2 wheatie enders (1945, 1937)
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    Penny Box #217 (2500 pennies)

    417 copper (16.68%)
    6 Wheaties (1934, 1946, 1951D, 1956D, 1957D, 1958D)
    10 Canadians (1973, 1975, 1978 X2, 1980, 1981 X2, 1982, 1985, 2001)

    Other Notes: 1 wheatie ender (1934)
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    Penny Box #218 (2500 pennies)

    411 copper (16.44%)
    7 Wheaties (1936, 1942, 1944D, 1945, 1945D, 1956D, 1957D)
    8 Canadians (1965, 1973, 1976, 1978, 1984, 1989, 1991, 2002)

    Other Notes: 1 wheatie ender
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    Penny Box #219 (2500 pennies)

    419 copper (16.76%)
    9 Wheaties (1951D, 1951S, 1952D, 1954S, 1955, 1956, 1956D X2, 1957D)
    4 Canadians (1981, 1983, 1987, 2005)
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    Penny Box #220 (2500 pennies)

    421 copper (16.44%)
    5 Wheaties (1944, 1945, 1946S, 1947, 1956D)
    6 Canadians (1969, 1983, 1992, 1994, 1998, 198x)
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    Penny Box #221 (2500 pennies)

    369 copper (14.76%)
    3 Wheaties (1946S, 1953D, 1953S)
    6 Canadians (1974, 1979, 1981, 1986, 1989, 1996)
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    Penny Box #222 (2500 pennies)

    368 copper (14.72%)
    4 Wheaties (1942, 1952S, 1957D X2)
    7 Canadians (1956, 1961, 1972, 1975 X2, 1981, 1992)
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    Penny Box #223 (2500 pennies)

    391 copper (15.64%)
    7 Wheaties (1940, 1941, 1950D, 1951D, 1953D, 1955D, 1957D)
    11 Canadians (1966, 1969, 1970, 1979, 1981, 1983, 1984 X2, 1985, 1989, 2005)
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    Dime Box #5 (2500 dimes)

    Solid 2019P dimes. First non-penny solid-date box. (ouch)
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    Nickel Box #57 (2000 nickels)

    pre-1960 (21): 1939P, 1940S, 1941P, 1941D, 1942P type I, 1946P, 1946D, 1948P, 1948D, 1953D,
    1954D X2, 1954S, 1955D, 1956P, 1957P, 1958D X2, 1959D X3

    3 Canadians - 1986, 1987, 1994

    1 silver - 1942P type II
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    Weekly misc CWR (January 26 - February 1)

    $0 CWR pennies: Skunk
    $0 CWR nickels: Skunk
    $0 CWR dimes: Skunk
    $50 CWR quarters: Skunk
    $1.50 CWR halves: Skunk
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  9. #159
    us
    Oct 2017
    Montana, edge of nowhere
    Garrett Ace 400
    198
    203 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    February 2 - February 8 Coin Hunting Results

    The answer is no, it ended up being a very slow week for coin boxes. A bit of treasure to be had regardless. Another no-pictures post, though. Don't worry, next week has started off stronger.

    Dime Box #5 (2500 dimes)

    1 Silvers - 1964P
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    Dime Box #6 (2500 dimes)

    1 Silvers - 1956D
    1975 Canadian
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    Dime Box #7 (2500 dimes)

    0 Silvers - Skunk
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    Weekly misc CWR (February 2 - February 8)

    $0 CWR pennies: Skunk
    $0 CWR nickels: Skunk
    $0 CWR dimes: Skunk
    $20 CWR quarters: 2019W Lowell
    $3 CWR halves: Skunk
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  10. #160
    us
    Oct 2017
    Montana, edge of nowhere
    Garrett Ace 400
    198
    203 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    February 9 - February 15 Coin Hunting Results

    Well, it was looking like a good enough week at the start but sputtered out pretty fast. Ended up with a few treasures in CWRs though. So far looking like 16-22 will be more of the same, the curse of the solid date boxes is strong currently.

    Nickel Box #58 (2000 nickels)

    pre-1960 (15): 1940P X3, 1941P, 1946P, 1946D, 1947P, 1948P X2, 1953S, 1955D, 1958D X3, 1959D
    5 Canadians - 1982, 1988, 1989, 1991, 1992
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    Nickel Box #59 (2000 nickels)

    Solid 2018D - second ever solid non-penny box
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    Quarter Box #9 (2000 quarters)

    Other Notes: Skunk
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    Nickel Box #60 (2000 nickels)

    Solid 2018D
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    Penny Box #224 (2500 pennies)

    233 copper (00.00%)
    4 Wheaties (1944S, 1945, 1946, 1952S)
    11 Canadians (1945, 1963, 1974 X2, 1978, 1982, 1987, 1991, 1993 X2, 2000)
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    Penny Box #225 (2500 pennies)

    Other Notes: solid 2019 D
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    Penny Box #226 (2500 pennies)

    Other Notes: solid 2019 D
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    Penny Box #227 (2500 pennies)

    Other Notes: solid 2019 D
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    Weekly misc CWR (February 9 - February 15)

    $0 CWR pennies: Skunk
    $0 CWR nickels: Skunk
    $0 CWR dimes: Skunk
    $350 CWR quarters: 2019W lowell, 2019W missions, 2019W war, 2005 West Virginia cud
    $2.50 CWR halves: Skunk
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