Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Here's some pictures of the kids Meg took recently.

238 small dollars and 3,040 quarters had nothing.

2,300 dimes produced two silver Rosies (1951, 1957), two Canadians and two Belgian 1 franc.

2,880 nickels yielded two Liberties (1904, 1912D), one Buffalo (1929), two War Time nickels (1944P, 1944D), one proof (1972S), ten Canadians (3 Ni), one Ecuador 5¢ and a key date Jefferson (1939D). That's probably my best nickel batch ever. Before last night I had last found a Liberty nickel over two years ago! (6/23/2009) I never turned up more than one at once and this time one of them was a new one for me. A pretty good one too. Embarrassingly, I didn't notice it had a mint mark on it until this morning. I thought it was just another 1912. The dated Buffalo and proof were awesome as well.

5,050 pennies rounded up twenty-seven Wheats and thirty-two Canadians.

1936, 1938, 1940, 1941(2), 1944(2), 1945(3), 1946, 1947D, 1948(2), 1948D, 1950, 1952D, 1953, 1953D, 1954D, 1955D(2), 1956, 1957D(2), 1958