Monday, August 13, 2012

Here's a picture Henry took of one of scenes. He was quite proud of it. The firemen and policemen are fixing the power lines.

8,000 halves produced one 90% silver half (1964), forty-six 40% silver halves (1965, 6 x 1966, 18 x 1967, 20 x 1968D, 2 x 1969D), one proof half (1976S) and seven colored halves. I'm not sure what to call the last category exactly, they're halves with a color picture on the obverse that someone printed on them before selling them for some crazy price. There are two of Obama, one of Santa Claus, one of the 150th anniversary of Bull Run and three that have the state quarter images on them (RI, LA and NC). I didn't keep them, but it was odd finding so many at once.

9,500 pennies turned up thirty-six Wheats (including one Steelie, 1943S), seventy-eight Canadians, six US dimes and one UK penny.

1918, 1936, 1937