How to Use Your Metal Detected Coins
As an avid metal detectorist, you will accumulate many coins. Some coins can be used immediately and others have to be cleaned - with rock tumble cleaning being the easiest and most effective method. This article will explain how to use your little mountain of coins; after all, they have no value lying dormant.
Separate your coins before using them.Keep aside:
- Pennies from before 1982 for their copper value
- Dimes and quarters from before 1965 for their silver value
- Nickels between 1942-1945
- Old coins
- Also save mutilated coins to redeem at the US Mint if applicable.
Deposit coins still in circulation at your bank.For large deposits, roll them in wrappers that your bank will supply.
Go to a coin exchange machine and feed your coins.Get a commission-free credit at a store of your choice.
Separate your dimes from the other coins at the coin exchange machine.With dimes and pennies being of similar size and metal content, check to see that your dimes only deposit registers as all dimes. With machine errors, less than 1% of dimes register as pennies, so be aware of this.
Do not deposit dimes if the coin exchange machine error is unacceptable.Instead, use them for purchases or deposit or cash them at your bank
Display any coins that are attractive or interesting.Roman coins are fairly commonly found in the UK and central Europe. You can display coins of this type or any other foreign or old coins you may uncover when level detecting. Coins can be displayed in cases or framed.
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