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23 Mar 2022

Finds and Pick Ups in Florida!

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I went to Florida to visit my grandparents w/ thatcoinguy and just like last time, got some coins! There were lots of banks and I went to a lot of them. I ended up getting quarter, dime, and cent rolls and found some pretty cool stuff!

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05 Mar 2022

How Many 2022 Nickels? And a SRB Circulation S!

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I know I just blogged yesterday but today I got some great coins! I just this morning went to the bank to get some quarter rolls. In total I got 50 rolls or $25 worth of nickels. They were just normal with a few 2021 mint wrapped rolls. That’s when I opened a 2021 mint wrapped roll and found a 2022-P nickel! This was exciting and my second 2022 coin. To my delight there were two 2022-P nickels found in that roll. I frantically sorted the next few mint wrapped rolls and found lots more 2022 nickels. I kept sorting these rolls and some quarter rolls I also got from the bank. In the end I found 133 (I counted them for you!) 2022-P nickels each in mint state condition! I found nothing else because they were mainly 2022 and 2021 mint wrapped rolls.

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04 Mar 2022

Liberty Walking Half!

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My highly anticipated 1947-D Liberty Walking half dollar just came in the mail. I have been waiting about two weeks and am excited it finally came! It came with a grade of VF 20 or Very Fine 20. I can see why they have it that grade because there's a lot of wear and marks along the coin. Even though the grade isn't the greatest I still like this coin and am happy to add it to my collection.

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02 Mar 2022

YN Auction Review #3, March 2022

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Happy March everyone I hope you are all doing well! We've just started to get into the month so of course, I came back to do my third 2022 YN auction review. Each of the coins this auction were great as always and all of them I bided a little on. I still haven't gotten an update on the Walker but it should come soon. Anyway, hope you enjoy!

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01 Mar 2022

The New 2022 Maya Angelou Quarter!

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My dad was recently going to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania for a funeral. I had to stay home because I had school but a few days after he got back he said he got a 2022-P (Wouldn't be a Dever mint mark because he's literally in Philadelphia) Maya Angelou quarter in change! Maya Angelou is a famous African American poet, writer and activist who is famous for her 1969 memoir I Know Why Caged Birds Singand is the first African American women on a U.S. quarter. Ihaven't found one yet and was excited because I had want one with the new obverse designed by LGF (Laura Gardin Fraser) and the new reverse designed by ESD (Emily S. Damstra). I have yet to find any other denomination of 2022 coins but I will do a blog on that as soon as I get them.Along with this wonderful coin he said that some of my relatives at the funeral gave him some coins to give to me and of course my brother, @thatcoinguy. We each got half of the coins. It was mostly a bunch of U.S. currency that wasn't worth much but there were a few coins definitely worth sharing. The first a probably my favorite was the 1957-D 90% silver quarter which was a date I needed for my silver quarter folder and is worth around $5. Other coins/tokens included the 1981 'HONORING THE AMERICAN VETERAN' and 'PRESERVING AMERICAN FREEDOM' token thats worth around $10, a 1921 Austrailian Half Penny worth around 50c, a 1924 Morocco 50 Centimes coin worth about $1, and 1913 92.5% silver 5 cent coin worth about $5.All of these are great coins but then again, it was a funeral and was sad to many people in my family. My Lib Walking Hlaf dollar still hasn't come and it makes me wonder if it got stuck in the mail or even got stolen which wouldn't be great :(. Also in roll searching I found this nicely toned 2019 River of No Return, Idaho quarter. it's nice because you won't find many toned coins from earlier years like 2019.Thanks for reading my blog and have a great rest of your day!CheerioCoins

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