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Got the penultimate Statehood quarter (Northern Marianas 2009D) -- getting the '09s in change is brutal. Last one I need: Guam 2009D, and I will have all the Statehood/Territory quarters from change. Other than that, nothing really interesting lately.

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The Statehood quarters from circulation would be rather difficult. Don't see many of them here.

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Got the penultimate Statehood quarter (Northern Marianas 2009D) -- getting the '09s in change is brutal. Last one I need: Guam 2009D, and I will have all the Statehood/Territory quarters from change. Other than that, nothing really interesting lately.

 

Very good point. I've seen a few of them recently. I keep spending them thinking they're common but forgetting about the Global Financial Crisis slowing down mint production

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Guyana $5 Dollars 2009 Sugar Cane coin, same size as a nickel hmmmmm

 

Interesting find. Golly you have such wonderful luck. I need to find you and like rub your head or something. Maybe just follow you around for a few days. :grin:

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Both weird ideas, Art. :pilot:

 

They may be weird ideas but they're my weird ideas. :grin:

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Received five U.S. dollar coins and interestingly two were Martin Van Buren but one was proof and one was a circ. strike. The busting up of proof sets, often by thieves continues (pet peeve of mine).

Oddly the proof is somewhat circulated. I'll see if I can scan them side by side.

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Swung by the bank to get some cash, decided to get a roll of dollars, and asked if, perchance, they had any half dollars.

 

Four dollars worth, so I handed over a fiver. She handed back the halves... and then a dollar coin.

 

A 1971D Ike in gorgeous shape.

 

I'm going back to that branch. :D

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Swung by the bank to get some cash, decided to get a roll of dollars, and asked if, perchance, they had any half dollars.

 

Four dollars worth, so I handed over a fiver. She handed back the halves... and then a dollar coin.

 

A 1971D Ike in gorgeous shape.

 

I'm going back to that branch. :D

 

Nice haul!

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Lucky Pierre strikes again -- the same machine that has already spit out two impaired proofs and a silver quarter, has delivered another silver quarter, this one a 1958D. Woot!

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Lucky Pierre strikes again -- the same machine that has already spit out two impaired proofs and a silver quarter, has delivered another silver quarter, this one a 1958D. Woot!

 

Fantastic!!! :bthumbsup::bthumbsup::bthumbsup:

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I don't really know. I guess there are such machines spread about in the workplaces of folks who go to such workplaces. Perhaps they're a subtle employee benefit thing.

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Went to the bank to get rolls of quarters to feed the laundry. One roll had a 1994 Bermuda 25c piece in it.

 

And I innocently asked if they had any half dollars.

 

They had several rolls. Don't see those very often!

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It's nice to have some halfs to spend. I haven't gotten any in a long time. Maybe this month.Nice find on the Bermuda quarter.

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