Different silver coin from the coinstar among large handful in reject slot

Radon

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There hasn't been much to find in the coinstar return slot recently. I got the largest number of coins I have seen in quite a while yesterday. The best of the coins were these two - a well-worn Sacagawea (sp?) and a 1954 25-centimos from Venezuela. As it says right on its reverse, it is 1.25 grams of .835 silver! It's smaller than a US dime, but I'll take it!

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The rest of the coins are mostly US and Canadian. Others are British 10 pence, East Caribbean States 10 cents, and a Zambian 1 Ngwee.
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Definitely some new coins for the foreign collection!

Happy hunting all!
 

Coinstar magnet

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There hasn't been much to find in the coinstar return slot recently. I got the largest number of coins I have seen in quite a while yesterday. The best of the coins were these two - a well-worn Sacagawea (sp?) and a 1954 25-centimos from Venezuela. As it says right on its reverse, it is 1.25 grams of .835 silver! It's smaller than a US dime, but I'll take it!

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The rest of the coins are mostly US and Canadian. Others are British 10 pence, East Caribbean States 10 cents, and a Zambian 1 Ngwee.
View attachment 2019436

Definitely some new coins for the foreign collection!

Happy hunting all!
Good timing, nice assortment of coins!
 

Digger RJ

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There hasn't been much to find in the coinstar return slot recently. I got the largest number of coins I have seen in quite a while yesterday. The best of the coins were these two - a well-worn Sacagawea (sp?) and a 1954 25-centimos from Venezuela. As it says right on its reverse, it is 1.25 grams of .835 silver! It's smaller than a US dime, but I'll take it!

View attachment 2019435

The rest of the coins are mostly US and Canadian. Others are British 10 pence, East Caribbean States 10 cents, and a Zambian 1 Ngwee.
View attachment 2019436

Definitely some new coins for the foreign collection!

Happy hunting all!
Very Nice!!! Congrats!!!
 

Hunk-a-lead

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There hasn't been much to find in the coinstar return slot recently. I got the largest number of coins I have seen in quite a while yesterday. The best of the coins were these two - a well-worn Sacagawea (sp?) and a 1954 25-centimos from Venezuela. As it says right on its reverse, it is 1.25 grams of .835 silver! It's smaller than a US dime, but I'll take it!

View attachment 2019435

The rest of the coins are mostly US and Canadian. Others are British 10 pence, East Caribbean States 10 cents, and a Zambian 1 Ngwee.
View attachment 2019436

Definitely some new coins for the foreign collection!

Happy hunting all!
nice haul, love that silver!
 

Coinstar magnet

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Tesoro compadre, which can find needles, but looking for something with a bigger coil/detects deeper, waterproof salt/fresh user friendly.
Primary Interest:
Metal Detecting
Yes, it's all in the timing. I went into that store twice that day, once to submit a prescription, and then later to pick it up. This was found on the second trip.
Persistence pays off :)
 

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