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Old 07-10-2019, 06:15 PM
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Smile June CRH Report - Wheaties & Silver!

Here are all my hunts from June. I went through a little over 5 boxes of coins and had 3/5 of my boxes skunked. Below are my results:

Penny Box: 1930, 1937, 1037-D, 1944-S, 1946-S, 1948, 1950-D, 1953-D x2, 1955-D, 1956-D, 1957-D x2, & 1958-D x2.

Nickel Box #1: 1943-P, & 1945-P.

Nickel Box #2: No keepers.

Dime Box #1: No silver.

Dime Box #1: No silver.

$100 in Halves: No silver.

Totals: 15 Wheaties, & 2 War nickels.

Thanks for looking, happy hunting, & God bless.
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Mathew 6:19-21 ~ 2019 Clad: 150 Coins ($10.19)
Totals: 550 Clad Coins ($36.34) ~ 1 Wheat Cent ($0.01)

2 Foreign Coins ($0.06) ~ Oldest Coin: 1945 Wheatie ~ Au: 0 ~ Ag: 0
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Old 07-10-2019, 06:37 PM
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Congrats on those neat war nickels and all those wheaties. Good job.

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Old 07-11-2019, 01:57 PM
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I love finding those old war nickels. They are surprisingly somewhat common still. I average one per box of nickels I get from the bank.

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Originally Posted by Usa View post
Congrats on those neat war nickels and all those wheaties. Good job.
Thank you, Levi!

Originally Posted by bmh View post
I love finding those old war nickels. They are surprisingly somewhat common still. I average one per box of nickels I get from the bank.
Thank you, Bmh! Yeppers, that's about what I average, too.

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Mathew 6:19-21 ~ 2019 Clad: 150 Coins ($10.19)
Totals: 550 Clad Coins ($36.34) ~ 1 Wheat Cent ($0.01)

2 Foreign Coins ($0.06) ~ Oldest Coin: 1945 Wheatie ~ Au: 0 ~ Ag: 0
Garrett Treasure Ace 300 ~ Harbor Freight 9 Function ~ BH Jr ~ GP-Pointer
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