Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Yesterday I didn't scrounge up too many coins.

6,200 quarters produced eight Canadians and one US dime. About half of the rolls were marked "NEW" or a had a check on them. That wasn't a good sign. The label "OLD" is much preferred.

1,100 dimes had just one Canadian and one Barbados 10¢.

600 nickels turned up two Canadians (1 Ni).

Lastly, 500 pennies rounded up one Wheat (1942) and three Canadians.