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02 Aug 2021

Over One and a Half Ounces of Silver Found in 2021 | Coin Update #27

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Hello and welcome to another update!

02 Jul 2021

DDR, Cud Error, and more-found!| Coin Update #24

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21 May 2021

Silver Galore!|Coin Update #19

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Hello all, and welcome to this weeks update!

22 Mar 2021

Update on recent finds

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Hello guys!I just wanted to to update y'all on some of my recent finds. Okay, so first of all, I recently found another 1960-D cent RPM, it is the RPM-023, which is very common and not worth that much, but it is still cool so I will be keeping it until I find/purchase another one, and then I will probably sell or trade it. I also found a silver war nickel, a 1944-P to add to my little "Silver Found in 2021" container, (its not a huge jar like RobFindsTreasure haha) in 8 rolls of nickels from my credit union on Saturday. So far this year I have found 7 silver coins, including the following: a 90% 1952-P Benji Half, 40% silver 1967 half, 90% 1964-D Quarter, 90% 1962-D dime, and three ware nickels including a 1944-P and two 1943-Ps. I found the Benji and 1967 Kennedy in my first half dollar box (see my past blog about it), I found the two 1943-P war nickels in a nickel box that I got the same day as the half dollar box (also see my blog), I found the silver Washington quarter and the silver Roosevelt dime in rolls of coins from my credit union over the last couple months. How are you guys doing at finding silver or Ws recently? I personally can't wait until I finish school for this year get a job because then I can get my own account at the bank I go to and have them order coins for me every week instead of every once in a while. Thanks for reading this blog and have a great day! P.S. the picture is only a representation of the RPM I found, not a picture of the actual coin, courtesy of NGC

11 Mar 2021

My First DDO

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Hello guys, great news! Yesterday, I found my first DDO! I had a pile of cents to look at that I have beenaccumulatingover my last several boxes of pennies. These coins are coins that looked like they may have had an error/variety, or whereslightlyoff-center, toned, orseverelydamaged. Well, how did I find it? So, I was going through all of the coins, and I I threw a 1982 CU large date cent under my microscope to try to see why I kept it aside, and BOOM what do I see? Doubling,especiallyon In God We, it is a DDO-002, and it is somewhere around XF shape, and I think (and think you will to) that the doubling is absolutely awesome looking. Also, today I got 10 rolls of quarters and guess what I found,absolutelynothing, I am telling you guys just toclarify with you that I don't find cool things in every hunt I do, just sometimes (especially recently).Enjoy the pics, make sure to check out the forum I made recently, and have a great day!

25 Feb 2021

Coin Roll Hunting Update

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Hello fellow coin enthusiasts!A few days ago in my blog I mentioned that I had gotten $300 in Quarters and $150 in Dollar coins and I said I would let you guys know what I found, sorry it took so long, but here is, finally, what I found. Let's start with what I found in the quarters. First and foremost, I found a 2020 V75 W Weir Farm Quarter, this is great because I now have 5 2019/2020 W quarters with unique designs that I have found. Secondly I found a 1999 Proof Delaware Quarter, I almost missed this coin because it was so circulated and dirty, I wiped it lightly with my thumb (don't be mad, it is really beat up and basically not worth anything more than face) to bring out the proofyness (new word!). And lastly I found a foreign coin, a 1987 cayman islands coin. Now for what I found in the dollar coins, first of all I found 4 NIFC Presidential dollars, a P&D set of Franklin Roosevelt, a Harry S. Truman D, and a Type 2 Grover Cleveland P. I also found three Native American Sacagawea dollars, a 2010-D, 2012-P, and the newest, a 2017-P, I also found three NIFC Sacagawea dollars, 2 2005-Ps and a 2005-D. Now, with that out of the way, I also want to let you know what I found in a penny box that ended up being one of the most profitable boxes I have ever hunted. First and foremost, I found a 1960-D/D RPM-001, it looks insane and is in crazy nice condition, making it worth around $12-$15 dollars. I also found what I believe is a 1994 WDDR-003, I am not completely sure though. Next I found what seems like it is some sort of 1972 DDO, but it is pretty much only doubled on the date (some help on this one would be highly appreciated). Next I found another clipped planchet, (I have only found 1 previously) it is a 1971-D and it is very minor. Next I found a 1960-D and a 1973-D that both have some sort of die crack of lamination error. As a side note, I found a record (for me) of 15 wheat pennies, and as an extra bonus one of them is a 1938, which I need for my collection. Thanks for reading this blog and enjoy the massive amount of pictures!


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