Coinstar finds before a farter's day trip!

airborne1092

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Hit two different grocery stores before departing for a family trip this Farter's day. In one, found a 1951 Rosie and in the other I found $1.09 in change and a 5 euro cent.

As much as I dislike the current climate and situation we find ourselves in, I hope more folks re-monetize their coin cans and piggy banks into the Coinstars so I can find more coins that will make a nice home in my vault!
 

vpnavy

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..: NICE RECOVERIES airborne1092 :..
Here is my CoinStar Surfing Log!
 

KevinInColorado

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Hit two different grocery stores before departing for a family trip this Farter's day. In one, found a 1951 Rosie and in the other I found $1.09 in change and a 5 euro cent.

As much as I dislike the current climate and situation we find ourselves in, I hope more folks re-monetize their coin cans and piggy banks into the Coinstars so I can find more coins that will make a nice home in my vault!

Just read a news article about a shortage of coins. The mint is making them but people have stopped returning their excess change. It’s assumed to be Covid-19 related. Sooo the patriotic thing to do is turn in your excess clad coins!
 

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