Thursday, March 24, 2011

70 small dollars turned up nothing.

1,360 quarters had just one Canadian 25¢, one US dime and one US nickel.

550 dimes and 400 nickels produced nil.

8,700 pennies yielded thirty-six Wheats, sixty-eight Canadians, thirty-eight US dimes (one roll was almost half dimes, strange!) and one Bahamas 1¢. In the Wheats was one I found only once before, the 1930D.

1930D, 1937, 1940(3), 1941D, 1942(3), 1944(4), 1945(2), 1946(2), 1948(2), 1949, 1950, 1950D, 1952, 1953D(2), 1955(2), 1956D, 1957D(4), 1958, 1958D(3)

Yesterday I had a pretty good score at the bank too. A teller told me I could just have all of the coins in the internal reject bin of their coin counter (with all the junk and dust in there too). I had dreams of some good old coin or new foreign stuff, but it wasn't in there. I still did very well, however. In there was $10.45 in US coins, 89¢ in Canadian coins and one of the US dimes was a silver one, 1964.

31 US quarters, 21 US dimes, 8 US nickels, 20 US pennies, three Canadian quarters, one Canadians dime, 4 Canadian pennies, one Euro 1¢, one Belgian 1 franc, one Las Vegas Slots-A-Fun game token

Found: 1 penny