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coin i.d.

coopercat

Member
0-9.jpeg 0-8.jpeg 0-6.jpeg 0-7.jpeg I didn't dig these coins (too cold right now for an old guy like me to dig!) but i found them in a coin roll search. I wonder if someone could tell what i have found if anything?
 

Ronstar

Well-known member
Not sure about the quarter, looks like reverse is different color (correct scene tho, Arches). Zincoln was up against another coin or metal object and started its own demise.
 

Missouri -- Ma Betty

Well-known member
These modern coins won't be around for future detectorist.
It would be great if coin collectors would start collecting these modern coins now so when grandkids are grown they would have some nice coins in their collection & even maybe a rare one or two! I used to do this but I don't shop nor use cash now--just checks & CR Cards--That's how my daughter grocery shops for me! Maybe detecting & collecting Coins will still be here but maybe not--just a chance that anyone has taken all our lives -as 'Tis said that Death & Taxes are a sure thing & with Socialism BOTH are a SURE THING for the small guy & slaves! Ma
 
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