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Stopped by publix 4 days in a row. Today, the 4th day, got lucky, but nothing of value:

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Hit Walmart yesterday, nothing significant, but the top dime is a 1952-SILVER:

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The Publix machines here have 2 different designs, the one the chute is a low and open protruding cup at your knees, the other its higher and recessed. I find more left in the recessed one, except one time someone had stuffed a folded envelope in the slot blocking reject coins from coming out. What type do your stores have, and do you see a difference?

Also the one wally world more than a few times there has been a plastic grocery bag blocking the rejects, do you see that as often, or is it a trick someone local pulls?
 
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The several Publix stores here that I hit all have the same type of machines, reject tray protruding at your knees. Winn Dixie and Wally World have the coinstars
 
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Yesterday in Publix, 1963 Netherlands Antilles 1 cent, and 1936 wheat in very good condition:icon_thumright:
 

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