Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Things went pretty well last night with my coins. I just wish we could get over these colds!? I'm loosing count of them. I think we're at three, maybe four ... and it's only November. The good news is Hazel slept really well last night and Henry's been getting just a little more independent every day. Last night I tried to get him to scrub his body and wash his hair. It worked better than my trying to do it for him.

50 small dollars and 170 half dollars didn't produce anything.

4,520 quarters had three silver Washingtons (1952, 1961D, 1964), seven Canadians, two US nickels, two US pennies, two Bermuda 25¢, two German 1 Marks, two Riverfront Casino 25¢, one South Korean 100 Won, one Jamaica 10¢, one Netherlands 1 Guilder and one Venezuela 1 Bolivar (1977). That's one great quarter run for me! A new silver quarter; a new country, Venezuela; and three new foreign types!

5,000 dimes yielded one silver Rosie (1964), twenty Canadians (one 80% silver one, 1958), one US penny, one Singapore 10¢ and one Bermuda 10¢.

3,440 nickels rounded up one Buffalo (1925), one War Time (1945P), eleven Canadians (8 Ni) and one Singapore 20¢.

Hope the pennies turn up some interesting stuff as well!

Found: 2 pennies