Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Last night while Meg was cooking supper Henry and I had a good time dancing togther. Besides dancing on his own whenever music is playing Henry enjoys dancing with Meg and I. He especially likes spins. When we're not dancing fast enough he lets us know by slapping us lightly. Here's some video of him grooving.

I searched my usual big Tuesday lot of coin. 6,440 quarters turned up three silver Washingtons (1945, 1957 1962D), eleven Canadians, one United Arab Emirates 1 Dirham, one Bermuda 25¢, two US nickels and two US dimes. That's two weeks in row that I've found two new quarter varieties!

2,300 dimes yielded just six Canadians.

680 nickels produced one War Time (1943P) and one Canadian.

2,600 pennies had quite a few Wheats in them (not too many mint marked ones, however). The haul was composed of sixty-four Wheats, twenty-seven Canadians and one US dime. The Wheats were:

1935(2), 1940(3), 1941(3), 1942(3), 1943, 1944(4), 1945(3), 1946(6), 1947, 1948(4), 1949S, 1951D(4), 1952(2), 1952D, 1953(4), 1953D, 1955(4), 1956(2), 1956D(2), 1957(2), 1957D(5), 1958D(3)

Found: 1 penny (at Burger King)