Tuesday, August 28, 2012

144 small dollars had nothing.

8,000 half dollars produced ten 40% silver halves (1966, 3 x 1967, 4 x 1968D, 2 x 1969D) and one proof half (1979S).

2,800 quarters turned up two silver Washingtons (1951D, 1953D), one proof quarter (2005S Minnesota), thirteen Canadians, eight US nickels, two US dimes, one US penny, one Bermuda 25¢, one UAE 1 Dirham and one Argentine 25¢ (1994). The proof and the Argentine coins are new ones for me.

4,400 dimes yielded three silvers (1944D, 1962D, 1964D), four Canadians, one UK 5 pence and two US pennies.

2,480 nickels turned up one Buffalo (1936), two War Times (2 x 1943P), one Ecuador 5¢, one Swiss 20 Rappen, four US dimes and nine Canadians (3 Ni).

5,000 pennies rounded up thirty-three Wheats and twenty-four Canadians.

1920, 1937(2), 1938