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Wheat and Copper Cents Sorting and Organization

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This video is a look into how I organize and sort all of the wheat and copper cents that I hang onto. I hope this is helpful to you! Thank you for supporting my channel by liking, commenting, and subscribing! Already a subscriber? Click the bell icon to get notified about every new video I post. Have something you would like to send to me? Want to see me open it on video? Here is my address: Coin Metallurgist P.O. Box 51412 Idaho Falls, ID 83405 Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CoinMetallurgist/ eBay Store: https://www.ebay.com/str/coinmetallurgist If you ever need to send me a private message, you can reach me at: [email protected] Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/coin_metallurgist/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/CoinMetallurgi1
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DebbyAbqNM (1 year ago)
Looks like you sort by year and _mint_ . That's cool! When I started, I sorted by decade. Then I got more plastic tubs and began to break it down more. Lots of fun!
Coin Metallurgist (1 year ago)
+DebbyAbqNM I do the teens and 20s by decade sometimes still because I don’t get as many of them.
I actually started doing this for my copper pennies. Thanks for the help
Coin Metallurgist (1 year ago)
Awesome.
Jim Hawkins (2 years ago)
Like!
Coin hunter (2 years ago)
very good idea I like that
Tracker70 Wv (2 years ago)
+Coin Metallurgist What is the actual point of hoarding copper pennies i dont really see a point or reason for doing so please tell me what the reason is?
Coin Metallurgist (2 years ago)
Thnaks!
YNumismetals Collector (2 years ago)
Great idea! Too much work for me though. What do you do with the copper cents? Hoard them? Sell them?
Coin Metallurgist (2 years ago)
Hoard them for now at least.

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