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  1. This is the lead article. Microchips in currency? Could we be seeing the end of minting coins for circulation more sooner than later?
  2. @GBrad yes, a long debated/wondering question of mine too. A bank manager told me last year after a big coin roll dump of mine that they "send the rolls back". I didn't press the subject as to where they send them back to. I'm going to ask next time.
  3. Yikes. I have found Canadian coins and have been shorted a coin or two in customer wrapped rolls, but still enjoy searching them.
  4. Did you find that cent in a customer or contractor wrapped roll?
  5. Yes, great pics! The number 2 and number 3 are visible under your scope. Thanks for pointing that out.
  6. Just picked up my first 2021-D Crossing the Delaware quarter in change from the market. Its a keeper! The cashier needed to open a new roll of cents and cracked it open on the register drawer. I said "Yikes!" out loud. lol. I told her that I collected coins and told her about the 2 new 2021 quarters.
  7. A Tuskegee 2021-S PCGS MS68 NP MS just sold on eBay for $1,125. A MS66-D Tuskegee sold for $36.
  8. A 2021-D NP Tuskegee Airmen quarter graded PCGS MS67 just sold for $191 on eBay. I am going to hold onto ALL of my Tuskegees until there is more information.
  9. Just checked Coinfacts. The Tuskegee Airmen quarter looks like it will have low mintage numbers. 2 million each from the Philadelphia and Denver mints. There are not any San Fransisco mint numbers posted yet.
  10. Yes, of course, it does count Quintus, 2009 State or 2012 ATB Puerto Rico San Franciso mint quarters? Silver proofs or NP's?
  11. I very rarely find any coins from the Philadelphia mint here in southern California. I got a 2002-P Tennessee state quarter in change yesterday in AU58-MS60 condition. I must have spent a half hour grading and debating whether to 2x2 holder it or not. The strings of the violin on the reverse were slightly worn under magnification. I decided to keep it because I may never find another in the wild.
  12. I have been getting quite a few of the 2021-D Tuskegee Airmen quarters in change out here in southern California. Only two keepers so far.