Thursday, December 17, 2009

Clean Up

Yesterday I asked Henry to cleanup his cookie cutters. While doing so he sang the "cleanup song." I'm not sure if it is an actual song, but there's a song Meg always sings to him while they pick up his toys. He's pretty helpful at times.

My coins over the past few days has been pretty good. It feels like I'm back to normal a bit with this load.

4,200 quarters produced two silver Washingtons (1942, 1964D), nine Canadians, one US nickel (glad not to get a ton of these again!) and one religious medal (an extra in a roll).

4,500 dimes yielded five silver dimes (1942, 1952, 1959D, 1963, 1963D) and fifteen Canadians.

3,000 nickels had two proof nickels (1975S, 1980S), eight Canadians (5 Ni) and one US dime. That's the first time I've ever found two proof nickels in one sitting. They seemed to come from the same customer (same rolls).

5,200 pennies turned up thirty-two Wheats, forty-four Canadians, three US dimes, one Barbados 1¢ and one Bermuda 1¢. The Wheats were:

1920(2), 1937(3), 1939, 1941(2), 1944(5), 1944D, 1945(3), 1946(3), 1947, 1951, 1952D, 1955, 1956, 1956D(2), 1957D(2), 1958, 1958D

2 comments:

Dean M said...

It's nice to see some bold. It's been a little while. Congrats!

kestrelia said...

Thanks. Yeah, I think it had been about two weeks. :(