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06 May 2022

Bank dump bin score#2 And epic Nickel box hunt!!

| CC

I went to my bank again today, and they let me go through their "dump bin" again! I got some special edition low mintage Canadian quarters, a 1968 Canadian nickel, a Guatamala commemorative coin, and toned two pence and one pennies and more!! (There was also a no cash value token from 1900, but I didn't realize what it was until I got home) :(. But the best thing was MY FIRST TWO SILVERS in a nickel box!!! 1942S and 1943P! And my first buffalo!!! 1936 full horn!! There were also 3 foreigns--two Canadian nickels and a Mexican $1 coin. See the pictures!! My best nickel box hunt ever!! Thanks for reading!!



Level 4



Level 3

Great story!


Level 4

Awesome finds!


Level 4

Well maybe just ask them if they have a magnet that catches the foreign coins in their coin counting machine


Level 6

Very cool finds! I asked my bank about having a "dump/reject "bin and the tellers had never heard of such a thing... ???


Level 5

Cool finds and awesome blog!


Level 4

No it's a magnet in the coin counting machine at my bank


Level 6

Are you talking about the coin Star machine in your bank? I asked my bank if they had a bin like this and they looked at me like I was crazy. Thanks.


Level 7

Nice pickups. It sounds to me that bank is lucky.. Try it again . Hope you hit the jack pot!!

AC coin$

Level 6

Organize them and put them up for exhibition . Great catch . Good luck .

It's Mokie

Level 6

Excellent haul, I am very impressed. Thanks for the update, I love to hear about interesting finds.

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