Quarterly CRH Results Thread

CJ9

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I am starting this thread to post my results from CRH on a quarterly basis. I am reposting the results from a previous post called 1Q CRH results and will add the new results quarterly. I figured the title on the original post would get outdated pretty quickly. Sorry to repeat, but I don't know how to change the title of a post once it has been submitted.

So this is the repeat of the post from Q1 2022

Q1 2022 results

Found a total of 9.22oz of silver. This includes 3 FDR dimes and a 1964 quarter found in coinstar machines

Nickels: Searched $1,024 (20,480 coins). 14 war nickels, 3 buffaloes (1 was dateless - not in pic, 1 1935, and the other one in the pic is nearly dateless but I think it is a 1915. Also found a 1939S. Between the WW2 and buffaloes, I averaged one coin for every $51.20 searched

Dimes: Searched $5,575 (55,750 coins) and found 40 silvers - 32 FDR (incl. the 3 from coinstar), 7 mercs, and 1 Canadian 80% silver (1951). Highlights: on 3/7 found 14 silvers (11FDR and 3 mercs) in a single CWR, and on 3/13 a single CWR had 3 FDRs. Averaged one silver for every $139 searched (0.0717%). I prefer CWR in in dimes and most places that know I search only save me CWR.

Quarters: Searched $300 and found nothing in the rolls (only the 1 from the coinstar)

Halves: Searched $283 (566 coins) and found 29 40%, 1 1964 JFK and 2 Walkers. Averaged 1 silver for every $8.84 searched (5.65%). Breaking this down further:
CWR: searched $200: found 15 40% and the 1964 90% (1 silver per $12.50 - 4%)
MWR: searched $20 and found nothing (I never find anything in these)
Loose from tellers: searched $63 and found 14 40% and the 2 Walkers (1 per $3.94 - 12.7%)
Highlights: in February at a Bank of America the teller had $1 in halves and they were the 2 Walkers. On 3/31, out of $6 that the teller had, $5.50 were 40% ($5 were 1969D and 1 1967).

Thanks for looking and HH. It is still out there - nothing more than being in the right place at the right time.

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This is the Q2 results, as well as some halves I found on 7/2/2022

1H 2022 CRH results

Found a total of 17.24oz of silver for the first half of 2022 (8.02oz for Q2 2022). This includes 9 dimes (7 FDR and 2 mercs), 1 80% silver Canadian dime, and a 1964 quarter from Coinstar machines. My results from the first quarter of 2022 are at the top of the thread.

Nickels: Searched $2,350 (47,000 coins). 29 war nickels, 9 buffaloes (3 were dateless, 2 1935, 1936, 1936D, 1928, and the other one was nearly dateless but I think it is a 1915. Also found 2x 1939S. Between the WW2 and buffaloes, I averaged one coin for every $61.84 searched (was $51.20 in Q1 2022). Highlights: on 4/5 a CWR had 5 war nickels in it.

Dimes: Searched $11,785 (117,850 coins) and found 88 silvers - 67 FDR (incl. the 7 from Coinstar), 7 mercs (2 from Coinstar), and 5 Canadian 80% silver (1 from Coinstar). Averaged one silver for every $133.92 searched, compared with 1 per $139 in Q1 2022. No highlights to mention.

Quarters: Searched $480 and found nothing in the rolls (only the 1 from the Coinstar in Q1). Still have never found a W-mint quarter

Halves: Searched $618 (1,236 coins) and found 47 40%, 4 1964 JFK and 2 Walkers. Averaged 1 silver for every $11.66 searched (was $8.84 in Q1 2022). Breaking this down further:
CWR: searched $280: found 16 40% and the 1964 90% (1 silver per $16.47 - was $12.50 in Q1)
MWR: searched $80 and found nothing (I never find anything in these)
Loose from tellers: searched $258 and found 31 40%, 3 1964 JFK (in pic) and 2 Walkers (from Q1) - 1 silver per $7.17 searched (was 1 per $3.94 in Q1)
Highlights: on 4/2 at a Chase, the teller had $4 in halves and they were all 40% - mostly 1969D. On 5/20 at another Chase branch, the teller had 3 halves and they were 3x 1964 JFK (pic below)

Coinstar: in addition to the silver mentioned above, Coinstar coughed up $12.71 in clad, $1.15 Canadian, 1.76 Euros, 30 Mexican Pesos, and 71p from the UK in addition to various other foreign coins.


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Post 2Q: on 7/3 at a Citibank, the teller had $20 in halves in an envelope and included were 4x 1964, 4x 1967, 3x 1968D and 4x 1969D.

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On the same day (7/2) at a Bank of America, teller had $2 in loose halves and a CWR. The loose were all silver: 1x 1964, 2x 1966, and 1x 1968D. The CWR had another 1968D
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Thanks for looking and HH
 
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