Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Here's a few good Henry pictures and videos from the past few weeks. Enjoy Henry fans!

Henry playing with his cars. That morning he was excited to turn over all his cars and identify the color and location of each exhaust pipe, by saying "grey pipe!" to me.

Henry was woken up to early last weekend and placed himself on his train table as soon as he got downstairs. He just pretended to sleep.

Here's a good shot of Henry cooking with his Mommy.

Henry's hula hoop technique is shown in the above video.

125 small dollars turned up one mint set dollar (2003P).

8,230 halves had three 90% silver halves (3 x 1964), six 40% silver halves (1967, 4 x 1968D, 1970D) and three proof halves (2003S, 2005S, 2006S). That's the first 1970D half I've found in some time. My upward trend continues ... slowly.

1,600 quarters produced just one Canadian and a US nickel.

500 dimes yielded one silver Rosie (1959D) and one Canadian.

800 nickels had one War Time (1943S), two Canadians (1 Ni) and one Cayman Islands 5¢.

Lastly, 1,500 pennies rounded up six Wheats, twenty Canadians, one US dime, one UK penny and a German 1 Reichspfennig (1937). That's the second Nazi coin I've found and one of the oldest foreign coins I've come across. It is in decent shape too.

The Wheats were:

1935, 1941, 1944, 1953D, 1956D, 1958