Coinstar Finally Came Thru

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:3coins: After a long drought I finally got a nice coinstar find at my local supermarket. The reject trays are generally empty in my area as everyone and their brothers are constantly checking them. Anyway I found $0.35 American & 1 .20 Euro coin. The American were 2 clad dimes, 1 clad nickel & 1 silver Roosevelt dime (1/64).

HH Everyone
Gary
 

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..: NICE RECOVERIES Gary :..
Here is my CoinStar Surfing Log!
 

SD51

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Congrats...I don't even find pocket lint!
 

Clad2Silver

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:3coins: After a long drought I finally got a nice coinstar find at my local supermarket. The reject trays are generally empty in my area as everyone and their brothers are constantly checking them. Anyway I found $0.35 American & 1 .20 Euro coin. The American were 2 clad dimes, 1 clad nickel & 1 silver Roosevelt dime (1/64).

HH Everyone
Gary
Coinstars have been slow around here too. Anything from a Coinstar machine is free money in my opinion.
 

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I'd pull that plastic bag out every time I was near that machine.
 

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