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Old 01-22-2018, 07:50 PM
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A couple weeks ago, I went to my local Credit Union and picked up $10 in Pennies and $40 in Nickels. Here are the results:

2 Wheaties (1945 and 1946-D)
6 Canadian Pennies

1 War Nickel (1943-S)
3 Canadian Nickels

The Canadian Nickels are the first ones that Iíve found CRHing, and 2 of them were in with the War Nickel (2 of the Canadian Pennies were also in with one of the Wheaties). God bless!
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Old 01-23-2018, 06:33 AM
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Congrats on the war nick and wheaties!
Sorry about the Canadians though

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Canafa coins????

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Originally Posted by twizzlerlord View post
Great finds!
Thank you, twizzlerlord.
Originally Posted by amc rulz View post
Congrats on the war nick and wheaties!
Sorry about the Canadians though
Thank you, amc rulz. I like to collect foreign coins so that is why I consider them keepers (plus I have to keep them as Coin Stars reject them).
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Canafa coins????
I'm not sure what you mean.

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Congrats on the war nick and wheaties!
Sorry about the Canadians though
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Congrats on the hunt, Wolf-Dog! I love the war nickel. I agree, it's fun to collect foreign coins, even if they do not really have worth.

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Congrats on the hunt, Wolf-Dog! I love the war nickel. I agree, it's fun to collect foreign coins, even if they do not really have worth.
Thanks, Princess.

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When I used to roll hunt dimes, I'd get about a dozen Canadians per every $100 US, over five years and $50k in dimes searched, they really added up...once I tried to pass off a few at the bank. The teller got really upset and almost threw them back at me...I never tried that again...later, I just peppered them into rolls of US dimes that I'd use at a gas station.

I did manage to pile up over 150 silver Canadian dimes though, which I kept, of course (50 and 80% silver).

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Nice finds. I always like finding pre 1968 Canadian coins. I only like finding Canadian nickels and pennies though. The quarters add up :x
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Originally Posted by amc rulz View post
When I used to roll hunt dimes, I'd get about a dozen Canadians per every $100 US, over five years and $50k in dimes searched, they really added up...once I tried to pass off a few at the bank. The teller got really upset and almost threw them back at me...I never tried that again...later, I just peppered them into rolls of US dimes that I'd use at a gas station.

I did manage to pile up over 150 silver Canadian dimes though, which I kept, of course (50 and 80% silver).
Wow! That comes out to be around $600 in Canadian Dimes! Congrats on the Silver you got.

I'm trying to just get a nice one from each year and then also give my sister the ones she needs for her collection.

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Nice finds. I always like finding pre 1968 Canadian coins. I only like finding Canadian nickels and pennies though. The quarters add up :x
Thank you, Uncletroy. I prefer the smaller value coins as well.

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2 Foreign Coins ($0.06) ~ Oldest Coin: 1945 Wheatie ~ Au: 0 ~ Ag: 0
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