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Today I went through another box of 2500 cents, here are the results:

 

Canada

GVI

1938

1943

1946

 

EII

1957

1962

1964 x 6

 

USA

1919 in G

1920 in AG

1927 in VG

1945

1945-D

1946

1949

1949-D

1952-D - run over by a bulldozer

1952-S

1953

1953-D X 2

1955

1956

1958-D

 

S Mint Memorials

1968-S

1969-S

1973-S

 

This box felt a bit heavier when it was handed to me, and indeed it was, as about 1/3 of the coins were dated in the 1960's or 1970's. With 16 wheats in this haul it bested my usual total of 10-12 per box.

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True it could not have been a normal bulldozer. They usually have very large, soft tires. Now a Sherman tank could be your culprit. Or just an everyday steam roller.

All in all a great find. Nowadays when I go to a bank and get large amounts of any coin all I find are mostly coins from 2000 to present. This area I live is just to well looked over by coin collectors.

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