Friday, December 17, 2010

Hazel was helping me go through some coins yesterday.

Henry was pretending his shopping cart was his bike yesterday. Meg thought it was cute so she took this picture. Soon after he feel down and split his lip. It was a bad scene. He hasn't spoken about it since and denies he was hurt.

Hazel in one of her new winter outfits.

25 small dollars didn't have anything.

8,060 half dollars produced eight 40% silver halves (7 x 1967, 1968D) and thirty-two proof halves (1971S, 1972S, 4 x 1974S, 5 x 1977S, 2 x 1978S, 2 x 1979S, 1980S, 2 x 1982S, 2 x 1984S, 1985S, 2 x 1986S, 1987S, 2 x 1988S, 1992S, 2 x 2001S, 2002S, 2003S). That's a lot of proof halves alright!

5,800 pennies turned up thirty-six Wheats, forty-three Canadians, one US dime and a Norwegian 50 ore. The Wheats were:

1929, 1941(4), 1942, 1944(7), 1945(2), 1946, 1948, 1950, 1950S, 1951D, 1952, 1953D, 1955, 1955D, 1956D(2), 1957D(6), 1958, 1958D

Found: 2 pennies, 1 dime