Are online "unsearched" wheat penny rolls a good bargain? How about Penny Rolls with GREAT end coins?
In this video I purchased a roll of pennies that a seller from eBay inherited from their mother's estate. I noticed they had good feedback, were a trusted seller and made no claims to anything other than what you see as the end coins – One was an 1867 Indian Head Cent and the other was an S Mint Indian Head Cent!
Let me know what you think about online rolls and if you have ever had success or felt like you'd been ripped off…
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