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07 Mar 2016

Interesting Article

Coins | ShriekenGriffon

Ok guys, this has been my first blog in a while and I apolagize, but I just haven't really had anything to write about.Anyway, I have gotten you your reading homework for today! :)I found it on CoinWeek.com and it is about 2019 baseball US coins and whether they should be curved or not. I found it really interesting and felt I just had to share it. Give me your thoughts on the article after you read it. Bye!http://www.coinweek.com/recent-articles-video/coin-analyst-domed-basketball-coins-likely-miss-hit-issued-2019/

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12 Jan 2016

Finding stuff :)

Coins | ShriekenGriffon

Recently I got some 10 rolls ($5) of pennies to look through and I had some good finds so far although I have not finished looking through all the coins. My better finds include a 1945 D wheat in Fine to Very Fine and a 1970 S cent. Also, I found four Canadian cents from 1964. two 1995's, and a 2004. I also found two 2009 D pennies one with Lincoln's birthplace and the third design with Lincoln as a politician. Out of the 10 rolls, I got 90 something pre-1982 copper cents. And since this article is talking about CRH, I guess I will include some finds from about two weeks ago. I traded some quarters in my piggy bank for 3 rolls of nickels ( yes I know that isn't too much) but I found a 1940 and 1959 D nickel to stick into my folders. I will continue hunting for coins and varieties. My intentions for this are to find coins to sell to add to my Franklin half and Buffalo Nickel collection.The pictures of these coins are below

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