Handful of clad plus a silver

Radon

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I visited a Wallyworld on the way to work this morning and find a bunch in the reject tray of the coinstar. There was $2.61 in clad, and along with that was a generic token, a 1992 ten pence, and a 1959P Rosie! It's hard to tell why the machine rejected most of the clad, it looked clean to me. I'll have to check again on the way home to see if it continues rejecting good coins - and they get left by the customer. You never know!

Thanks for looking, and HH
Don
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I visited a Wallyworld on the way to work this morning and find a bunch in the reject tray of the coinstar. There was $2.61 in clad, and along with that was a generic token, a 1992 ten pence, and a 1959P Rosie! It's hard to tell why the machine rejected most of the clad, it looked clean to me. I'll have to check again on the way home to see if it continues rejecting good coins - and they get left by the customer. You never know!

Thanks for looking, and HH
Don
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Congrats on finds. Silver is always nice & hope you have many more such good finds.

HH & Happy Holidays
Gary
 

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