Hi,

It's been awhile, but I got the coin roll hunting itch again.

I got $120 worth of customer wrapped rolls of nickels from my local bank and here's what I found:

**First Batch ($20)**

1958, 1960,

2 x 1961

2 x 1962

1 x 64

3 x 65

4 x 68

31 x 1970-79

5 x 1980-81

40 x 1982-89

35 x 1990-99

Special:

1 x 2000P, 1 x 1991, 4 x 1992, 8 x 2005

**Second Batch ($20)**

10 x 1970-79

1 x 1980

19 x 1982-89

16 x 1990-99

Special:

1 x 1992,

1 x 2005

USA: x 10

Other foreign: 2002 1 Euro Cent, 2015 20 Euro Cent (both from Germany)

Bahamas 5 cents 2004

**Third Batch ($20)**

1959, 62,

2 x 1963, 64

10 x 1965-69 (including 1 1967 rabbit)

38 x 1971-79

19 x 1980-81

83 x 1982-89

43 x 1990-99 (including 1 x 1992, 1 x 1997)

USA: x 3

Special: 2005 x 3

**Fourth Batch ($20)**

1956, 1961, 1962,

2 x 1969 (Likely MS-60 with nice lustre)

18 x 1971-79

6 x 1980-81

15 x 1982-89

16 x 1993-99

**Fifth Batch ($20)**

1960, 1963

6 x 1964

15 x 1965-69

77 x 1971-79

37 x 1980-81

137 x 1982-89

38 x 1990-99 (including 2 x 1991, 1 x 1992)

Sixth Batch ($20)

1960, 1961,

3 x 1964

10 x 1965-69

65 x 1972-79

23 x 1980-81

88 x 1982-89

35 x 1990-99 (including 4 x 1992)

Special: 2 x 2005

USA x 5

Whew! This was a good haul. Can't wait to do it again. I explained to the tellers at the bank why I was doing this and they seemed to understand. (I thanked them for putting up with my insanity!) LOL!

Keep hunting those rolls...

Dean