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    I would’ve donated it to the homeless, via the Coinstar reject bin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fistfulladirt View Post
    I wouldíve donated it to the homeless, via the Coinstar reject bin.
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    Bill Jones

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    Considering old, silver coins are becoming pretty scarce in the field, using your clad to purchase older silver coins isn't a bad way to go if that's your thing. My own thought concerning clad is if you have to dig into your own pocket for your detector batteries, you're not trying.
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    I put all the clad in a big can and at the end of the year I process it into my bank account. Then I give that amount away during the coming year. Send some to charities. Always keep some singles and 5 dollar bills in my car for the street people. I really don't need it for anything. I'm generally hunting for gold rings and find a lot of change along the way. As I see it, the public lost it and now I can return it as I see fit. It also gives me a different dimension to metal detecting. Those lost coins I find might go to help children with disabilities, wounded veterens or aid medical research. The choice is mine. Its what I enjoy doing with lost clad.

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    I used to use all of it to fund my hobbie and it worked for awhile, but now I just dump it all in coinstars and get the amazon credit to buy gifts at christmas, one year i had around 450 dollars from Clad I dumped

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diggin-N-Dumps View Post
    I used to use all of it to fund my hobbie and it worked for awhile, but now I just dump it all in coinstars and get the amazon credit to buy gifts at christmas, one year i had around 450 dollars from Clad I dumped
    If you are ok supporting Chinese sweatshops, buy amazon.
    Last edited by fistfulladirt; Jun 11, 2018 at 05:19 PM.
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    silver --its called "metal upgrading"....

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    Sorry Honey, I can’t. I’ve got plans with my metal detector.

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    I hold my Clad till the end of the year, then flip it for silver bullion.
    I mix it up though, I now have a collection of different countries bullion, and a wide variety of bars.
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    I you are married, clad money and items sold money, part should be spent on Spouse to keep Him/Her in a pleasant mood and the rest on detecting products.
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    When I cash my clad in I usually buy silver with it.
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    I usually just cash it in and put it in my bank account and call it my coffee money. Clad adds up fast here in Canada with having loonies and toonies ($1 - $2 coins) especially if you hit the parks and fairgrounds after some kind of festival. Got $93 in 3 hours after the last rib fest I did. I do these kind of clad hunts about 6-8 times a year.

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    i got a jar sitting on my desk and every time i find clad i add it up and write the total down.I may use mine for silver coin in the future but right now batteries

 

 
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