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Old 06-08-2009, 09:54 PM
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Some people have been asking for it so here you go! I have put together a list of all coins that have either been circulated, or uncirculated. I mostly wanted to type all this just or the forum members. So here ya go! Gotta start out with tha Pennies.

Pennies:
Memorial Pennies 1959-DATE
Wheat Ear Pennies 1909-1959
Indian Head Pennies 1859-1909
Flaying Eagle Cent 1856-1858

Nickels:
Jefferson Nickels 2005-DATE
Nickels 1938-DATE
"War" Nickels 1942-1945
Buffalo Nickels 1913-1938
"V" or Barber Nickels 1883-1913

Dimes:
Roosevelt Dimes 1965-Date
Roosevelt Dimes (Silver) 1946-1964
Mercury Dimes 1916-1945
Barber Dimes 1892-1916
Seated Liberty Dime 1837-1891 (Like too see someone get one of these)

Quarters:
Washington State Quarters 1996-DATE
Washington Quarters:1965-DATE
Washington Quarters (Silver) 1932-1964
Standing Liberty 1916-1930
Barber Quarters 1892-1916 (Haven't seen one of these on the forum)
Seated Liberty Quarters 1838-1891

Half Dollars:
Kennedy Half Dollars 1964-DATE
Kennedy Half Dollars (Silver Clad) 1965-1970
Kennedy Half Dollar (Silver) 1964
Washington Carver Half Dollars 1951-1954
Franklin Bell Type Half Dollars 1948-1963
Washington Carver Half Dollars 1951-1954
Booker T. Washington Quarters 1946-1951
Walking Liberty Half Dollars 1916-1947
Barber/Liberty Head Half Dollar 1892-1915
Seated Liberty Half Dollar 1839-1891
Capped Bust Type Half Dollars 1807-1836 (Rarest of all U.S. Coins)

Dollars:
Presidential Dollars 2007-DATE
Susan B. Dollars 1979-1981
Bicentennial Dollars 1976
Eisenhower Dollars 1971-1978
Peace Type Silver Dollars 1921-1935
Liberty/Morgan Silver Dollar 1878-1921

Well this took me a while to get written up for you all. Hope ya like it. I'd like to see an Capped Bust Type Ha;f Dollar, so if anyone of you found one, post the pic with the replies. Thanks for your time.

Thanks for your suggestions to.....
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Capped Bust Type Half Dollar:

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Old 06-08-2009, 10:41 PM
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Now for all the odd-ball type coins like Half cents, large Cents, Two Cents, 3 Cent Nicks and Trimes, Half Dimes, 20 Centers...

Once in a while someone digs a seated on the board. I want to say one was dug last week.

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Great idea! This post should be a sticky!

Thanks for your efforts!

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nice work... The list just keeps getting longer!

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Here's a few quaters I posted about two weeks ago.
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Another MD'er showed me a 1902 Barber quarter he said he found in front of my house, the other day. He got there before me. Oh well. As far as his technique goes, I doubt it will show up on this forum. We'll see. It was a good find.
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Great post Stevom, Thanks.

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Originally Posted by Austin1997 View post

Pennies:
Memorial Pennies 1959-DATE
Wheat Ear Pennies 1909-1959
Indian Head Pennies 1859-1909

Nickels:
Jefferson Nickels 2005-DATE
Nickels 1938-DATE
"War" Nickels 1942-1945
Buffalo Nickels 1913-1938
"V" or Barber Nickels 1883-1913

Dimes:
Roosevelt Dimes 1965-Date
Roosevelt Dimes (Silver) 1946-1964
Mercury Dimes 1916-1945
Barber Dimes 1892-1916
Seated Liberty Dime 1837-1891 (Like too see someone get one of these)

Quarters:
Washington State Quarters 1996-DATE
Washington Quarters:1965-DATE
Washington Quarters (Silver) 1932-1964
Standing Liberty 1916-1930
Barber Quarters 1892-1916 (Haven't seen one of these on the forum)
Seated Liberty Quarters 1838-1891

Half Dollars:
Kennedy Half Dollars 1964-DATE
Kennedy Half Dollars (Silver Clad) 1965-1970
Kennedy Half Dollar (Silver) 1964
Franklin Bell Type Half Dollars 1948-1963
Booker T Washington Half Dollars 1946-1951
Washington-Carver Half Dollars 1951-1954
Walking Liberty Half Dollars 1916-1947
Barber/Liberty Head Half Dollar 1892-1915
Seated Liberty Half Dollar 1839-1891
Capped Bust Type Half Dollars 1807-1836 (Rarest of all U.S. Coins)

Dollars:
Presidential Dollars 2007-DATE
Susan B. Dollars 1979-1981
Bicentennial Dollars 1976
Eisenhower Dollars 1971-1978
Peace Type Silver Dollars 1921-1935
Liberty/Morgan Silver Dollar 1878-1921


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Originally Posted by James Huffman View post
I added a couple
You added commemoratives, there are tons and tons of those things to list. I've seen very, very few commemoratives dug.

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Originally Posted by James Huffman View post
I added a couple
Thanks for submitting your ideas, I'll post your name in the "Thanks for your help" section.

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Originally Posted by sectshun8 View post
You added commemoratives, there are tons and tons of those things to list. I've seen very, very few commemoratives dug.
I just added the most known ones

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Originally Posted by sectshun8 View post
You added commemoratives, there are tons and tons of those things to list. I've seen very, very few commemoratives dug.
The only reason I knew about these is I got one in change when I was a very little kid, still one of my best "finds"

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I had a roomate recently offer me a 1982 George Washington Half dollar. I told him to keep it, but he ended up selling to a coin store a few weeks later (when I was out of town!).

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here is the seated dime you wanted to see. found it about a month ago.
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Thumbs up Some older finds

Never found a Bust Half Dollar, but here is a Seated Half I found along with a couple of Bust Dimes found a while ago. All were metal detecting finds and I think are in my albulm here. HH.
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Thanks for the list. You might add Bicentennial Quarter 1976.

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They didn't make quarters between 1930-1932?

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No quarters were minted in 1931, weird! Gotta love Google! Thanks for the list.

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Booker T Washington Half Dollars 1946-1951
Washington-Carver Half Dollars 1951-1954


I've never seen those... can anyone post a pic?

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Per your request: found these on Google images --
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