Eriknation's Blog

06 Jun 2021

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| Eriknation

Recently, I made a purchase of a bu 1940 s cent and a bu 1958 quarter. I wanted to show some coins to my friends but, I lost them on accident.:/I lost a silver eagle, 2 buffalos 1923 s and 1924 s and the coin shop purchase. Also the 1866 Belgium 50 centimes coin I won during May's auction. :(Just wanted to tell everybody to keep ur coins safe. I'm trying to make some money to get back some of the coins.Hopefully, someone found the coins where I went hiking.Just wanted to tell everyone what happened today. Thinking of making a coin camp for kids. Like 8 dollars a week per person. Hopefully, after that I can buy back the coins. Maybe if I could win the ANA literary award I could buy some coins back. Eric


Long Beard

Level 5

Yikes! Sounds like you need to retrace your steps with a metal detector.


Level 6

So sorry to hear about your lost coins. Hope they will turn up. ; )


Level 6

What!!??? Oh Man...Sorry.

I. R. Bama

Level 5

Mike has the best idea. Take some time to rethink your route as well. Walk it though everything you did and that might also jog your memory

Kevin Leab

Level 4

It sucks to misplace or lose coins...its happened to me before. I had an 180? Large Cent that I had for years and haven't been able to find it.


Level 7

Time for a metal detector.Go back over the route you took. With that you will find them maybe more!!


Level 5

Hopefully they will turn up. If not, you will be fine. Purchase replacements one at a time. I didn't understand the hiking part? Lost them hiking? We have great hiking areas in Pennsylvania. Ive done some backpacking and hiking.

I. R. Bama

Level 5

I'm truly sorry for your loss. Coins are best kept in the home unless taking them somewhere in particular. It's a painful lesson for sure. Coins and the great outdoors are not meant to be together.


Level 4

Noo. I forgot where I put em

Did you hike with the coins and drop them somewhere? Maybe you can go back and look for them.

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