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PLEASE CLICK THE LIKE BUTTON Thank You! MMF Coin sorting trays and tubes vs Royal Sovereign Manual Coin Sorter. Northern New Jersey. See my other ....
- I live in the UK we don't have them we have small plastic bags but you can get all 4 fingers in them
- my bank no longer accepts rolled coins. You have to use their coin counter and pay the fee. I think its .08 per dollar. They also charge for cash deposits. I've checked all local banks and they all charge for cash, coins, or both. I guess the bank really doesn't need your money nowadays.
- Do coins have to be rolled? Can you not just sort then weigh them.
- I know you probably dont care but you need to search that for pre 1959 pennies (wheat cents), pre 1965 dimes quarters and halves, pre 1970 halves (pre 1965 is 90% silver, for halves 1965-1970 is 40% silver), and for nickels 1942 to 1945 is silver (on 1942's some arent silver, check the monticello, if theres a large mint mark above it, its a silver and its made up of 35% silver)And i know you probably dont have big dollars but if you do keep the pre 1935 ones, as they werent made past then in silver (silver ike dollars are rare to find in circulation) anyway if you do read this comment hopefully you search that and post a video showing the finds