Thursday, July 2, 2009


Today we woke up to thunderstorms. It's been thundering for hours now. It feels really strange in the office right now because it is so dark. Feels like it is time to go home! Fortunately, Henry hasn't been woken by thunderstorms yet, but he does seem to get a bit nervous about them.

Last night's coin was so-so. It's been a bland week so far besides the Danish coin I found the other day.

1,040 quarters produced one Canadians, two Bermuda 25¢ and one US nickel.

3,550 dimes yielded three silver dimes (1945D, 1956, 1958D), seven Canadians, two US pennies and one UK 5 pence.

3,160 nickels had one dateless Buffalo, eleven Canadians (3 Ni), one US dime, one Bermuda 5¢ and a Ecuador 5¢.

500 pennies turned up three Wheats (1944, 1953D, 1957D) and three Canadians.

Found: 1 penny (at Stop & Shop)