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PENNIES

This is a thread for pennies and roll searching and awesome finds

27 days ago

My wife went shopping when she came home and gives me the change to go thru. I said a wheat cent. I turned it over it was a 1931 S only 866,000. Made. In the hospital I bought a Danish from a girl. It was .75 cents. I got the quarter change it was the a quarter with the West point mint mark. San Antonio. !! There out there

27 days ago

What luck.i totally believe you it just sounds like an unbelievable story.

27 days ago

What condition were they in

27 days ago

The cent was in A/U condition maybe MS. The quarter was graded MS 66. I also got a Lowell A quarter in change. There are ten million dollars the mint put out into circulation. The last one was released. That's two million of each one. The problem is non collectors don't even know what a mint mark is. Currently only 3% have been found.

27 days ago

That is true I also actually found a W quarter at school. So we have this like school store and I’m going there to get some chips and soda and as I’m walking in, this girl comes out and she has a quarter I automatically recognize as a Lowell so I ask to see it and she looks at me like I have a screw loose and the I say I’ll give you my $1.50 for that quarter and she says “okay” and I have that quarter in my safe now.

27 days ago

If you contact the ANA they can have someone come to your school and give those in attendance information on collecting. Good story always check change.

27 days ago

Yes my mom found a 1946 s in change mailing me wheat pennies. The irony 

27 days ago

HELLO LETS GET SOME ACTIVITY IN HERE

26 days ago

WE NEED ACTIVITY

25 days ago
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