Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Last night I searched a bit of coin. Some I searched with Hazel, my coin searching partner.

1,800 quarters had three Canadians and one US nickel.

1,350 dimes produced just four Canadians.

3,520 nickels rounded up one gold plated Buffalo (1935), two War Times (1943P, 1945P), two US dimes, three Canadians, one Japanese 100 Yen, one Columbia 20 Pesos (1991) and one Columbia 50 Pesos (1992). Coincidentally those two Colombian coins were from two different sources.

One of the War Time, silver nickels, the 1943P, was found by Hazel. She likes to rip open rolls with me. It's her first silver nickel. Better than that even last night she found her first Indian Head penny (1907)!