It has been zero days since my last silver find

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A 1952-S. This is the most common of the silver "S" varieties, but still comparatively low-mintage.

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Another silver dime today (a 1964-D), after a bit of everything yesterday. A Canadian quarter and a 1941 wheat, 3.10 in Euros, a dollar from Belize, $1.10 East Caribbean, with a couple of more wash tokens and some clad.

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And tonight, a 1956-P from under the machine. I just need a '58 and a '55 to have one from each date.

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For some reason, late August through September has been the most productive stretch the last few years.
 

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