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Old 01-25-2018, 04:03 PM
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I just finished searching a box of dimes. This is my first dime search.. just killing time being off from work and unable to detect.
I didn't find any silver and didn't get skunked as I got a few keepers.
I found 7 2009's and 1 1979 proof type 1..
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Glad to see you bot ...err...got some keepers!

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Old 01-26-2018, 07:57 PM
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Originally Posted by KingTotsalot View post
Glad to see you bot some keepers!
BOT indeed

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Old 01-26-2018, 08:07 PM
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The key to dimes is searching volume. I used to buy up $1k-$3k at one time, harvest, then dump. Couple times per month. I did just that between 2010 - 2015 and scored over 1,000 silver dimes and collector coins. I'd still be CRH'ing not for the banks and their fees.

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BOT indeed
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Nice hunt.

I'm going to be roll hunting some Dimes soon, and I'm wondering what is so "special" about the '09s?

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Originally Posted by Wolf-Dog View post
Nice hunt.

I'm going to be roll hunting some Dimes soon, and I'm wondering what is so "special" about the '09s?
It's the low numbers that were minted.

2009P - 96.5 million
2009D - 49.5 million, lowest mintage number for a circulation series since 1958

The 2009 P&D sell on eBay for around $2.50 for the uncirculated set.
Circulated specimens, less.

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Nice finds! I save the dimes 09s uncirculated or not, but should I save the 09 quarters? I find them so often. Uncirculated and circulated.
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Nice finds! I save the dimes 09s uncirculated or not, but should I save the 09 quarters? I find them so often. Uncirculated and circulated.
The numbers on the DC and Puerto Rico quarters are higher than the others for the year, but none of them are huge. I hold onto the nicest DC and Puerto ones but keep ALL the others. Anything from '09 usually ends up in "holding" at my house.

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http://news.coinupdate.com/dc-us-ter...mintages-0070/

Here are the quarter numbers.

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