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Old 10-11-2018, 08:11 PM
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Although this weeks CRH once again did not produce any silver it was still fun and unusual by my standards. As the pics show there were six clad 1976s bicentennial proofs, five 2018 NIFCs, and thirteen 2005 NIFCs. The 2005s are likely to go back into circulation, but Ill hang onto the 2018s as gifts to go in piggy banks for some great nieces and nephews that were born this year.
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Old 10-11-2018, 08:25 PM
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Great hunt! And what a neat idea to give the nieces and nephews NIFCs from their birth year!

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Unusual! What will you do with the Bicentennial proofs?

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Old 10-11-2018, 08:33 PM
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Great hunt! And what a neat idea to give the nieces and nephews NIFCs from their birth year!
Thanks Princess.... I figure maybe someday they'll appreciate them more than I will the .50c that I would get back if I turn them in to the coin machine.

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Originally Posted by amc rulz View post
Unusual! What will you do with the Bicentennial proofs?
Hey AMC RULZ,
I don't think they're valued more than a couple of dollars at best, but they're scarce enough in terms of my hunts that they go into the "Why not hang onto them" box.

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nice finding those bicentennial proofs..

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KT wishes that whoever is dumping those nice 2018 Kens would dump a few more in His direction! HA HA...And that is not a shabby take on the Bi halves! KT likes em and keeps every one He comes across (in decent condition)! Best of luck for silver next week!

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Congrats, neat finds.

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Originally Posted by jkbemdavis View post
Hey AMC RULZ,
I don't think they're valued more than a couple of dollars at best, but they're scarce enough in terms of my hunts that they go into the "Why not hang onto them" box.
I personally have never found one, but they are probably rare enough to keep.

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Originally Posted by pan4au View post
nice finding those bicentennial proofs..
Thanks pan4au!
Originally Posted by KingTotsalot View post
KT wishes that whoever is dumping those nice 2018 Kens would dump a few more in His direction! HA HA...And that is not a shabby take on the Bi halves! KT likes em and keeps every one He comes across (in decent condition)! Best of luck for silver next week!
Yes KT, Im hoping for a silver return as well, and the 2018s will undoubtedly head that way soon.
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Congrats, neat finds.
Thanks Wolf-Dog!
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I personally have never found one, but they are probably rare enough to keep.
Yes amc rulz, it is strange that they are showing up here but Ill definitely hang onto them. Dont get me wrong though, Id much prefer to be unwrapping silver !

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