eBay Penny Rolls Online Purchase – S Mint Indian Head Cent Ender!

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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35 Comments on “eBay Penny Rolls Online Purchase – S Mint Indian Head Cent Ender!”

  1. 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…

    Thanks for watching and I hope you enjoy the video!

    By the way – I am selling my custom Coin Roll Hunting Mats on eBay (see below) and on my website at:

    https://robfindstreasure.com

    https://www.ebay.com/usr/robfindstreasure

    PLEASE SUPPORT MY CHANNEL – I am an Amazon Associate and if you shop on Amazon, please feel free to clink one of my links below – I get a little extra every time you shop using my link:

    https://www.amazon.com/shop/robfindstreasure

    The Microscope I use is good quality and low-priced:
    https://amzn.to/2JFQtcS

    US Coins Redbook – really handy:
    https://amzn.to/2NRaWy9

    Strike it Rich – Coin Errors/Varieties Book:
    https://amzn.to/2NkItnU

    Macro Lens for Phones – makes it easy to film with:
    https://amzn.to/2FwkdpW

    Digital Mini Scale:
    https://amzn.to/2jw3HxL

    What do you prefer to hunt? Pennies, Nickels, Dimes, Quarters, Halves?

    What’s your best score from online coin purchases? Which of the “Big Banks” do you think gives up the best boxes?

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    Thanks for watching!

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    P.O. Box 5565
    Frisco, TX 75035

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    1. Hey rob idk if you will see my comment but I’m not completely sure cause that 1858 has corroded, but to me me it looks like an 1858/57 flying eagle cent.

  2. It really makes you curious what a box could truly be like if people who collected like this dumped their collection.

  3. Beautiful roll! I’ve never seen a flying eagle and I don’t own any Indian heads. I would be ecstatic with these! Love it.

    1. If you go to a coin show in your area you would probably be able to buy common Indian Head Cents (1901-1907) for a buck apiece. They’ll be G4, or so, but are still attractive coins.

  4. Just got my nickel mat and my penny mat in today, absolutely *stunning* quality! Really super impressed, thank you for the amazing quality and relatively fast ship time! Can’t wait to use them!

  5. Hey Rob. Cool opening! People have been selling rolls like this on eBay since I was a teenager. It’s a huge market now.
    As I’m sure you know, it’s mostly fun and games, and risky to pay more than what the enders are worth.
    The stories have been the same for the last 15 years. lol
    Also, for the Indian heads, there are some other variables which can increase the grade. The liberty lettering is not conclusive (only a reference point). You actually sell yourself short on the grading. The feather tips (which I’ve found to be the most important factor), plus the lines in the shield, arrows, and the ridges around the rim come into play when giving it an overall. If you sent the 1867 in for grading, I would honestly be surprised if it came back lower than F-12. And would guarantee not less than VG-10. On some of the older bronze indian heads (pre 1886 type 2) they wore down slightly different. You can even have coins that have a couple of the middle liberty letters not 100% clear and still grade in the VF range. It just depends on the feathers and some of the other details. I need to do a video on indian heads. They’re one of my favorite coins in higher grades (I especially love the older ones) and it’s the type of coin I’ve traded the most during my collecting years. I used to buy tons of dark and damaged semi-key dates with XF-AU details and flip them slowly over time for 200-500%+ profits. I’ve even resold environmentally damaged metal detector finds on ebay that just needed better pictures to show the hiding details. 🙂

    1. Hey Nice hunt brother…Dang that was well worth the price, how much did you say again? Also, I missed the sellers name? LOL… I love hunting wheaties, I just recently paid 45 dollars for about 12 lb.s of wheaties (local estate auction) and did well. 1 1909VDB, 5-1909 some 1929, 1930, 31, 33 BUs. I probably had 2 lbs of teens, 2 lbs of 20’s, about 2 rolls of 30’s and all the rest were 1940s and 50s. But had some really nice coins that made my wheatie album much fuller and prettier. But I am really hurting for early S mints. Nice video and as always Happy Hunting brother.

    2. I’ve seen people selling rolls of Morgan Silver Dollars with cc enders and people pay over a thousand dollars for the rolls. I’ve heard stories that some people will put a few good in rolls and trick people. I’ve also heard that some people have found really good coins.

  6. Hey Rob by all accounts that was a pretty darn good penny roll always great to see Indian head pennies and that was the first flying eagle I’ve ever seen absolutely fantastic thank you for sharing that with us keep up the great work 👍🇬🇧

  7. What a cool roll! I actually had my eye on that eBay sale when it was listed. Glad I got to see what all was in it!

  8. I was expecting worse, so I guess just over 4/coin wasn’t terrible for that roll. Would love to see something like a 5 roll average on that sellers rolls.

  9. The head feathers are a much better place to look when dealing with Indian head cents Rob. The liberty band is a good reference point but the feathers are where the high points are located

  10. That was one of my favorite videos that you put out!! So much fun to watch!!!
    I’m glad you said it was probably a break even roll, because I was going to say it was so worth it even if you paid a little more than the value! Pay to play, but you got your money’s worth for sure!!
    AWESOME!!!!
    Have a GREAT Day!!!!!!

  11. Rob, I was pulling for that 1909 S, still a great roll at any rate, that’s for sure. Can’t be mad with the Flying Eagle, 1867, 1908 S, all those Indian Heads, and some quality older wheat cents. Good find IMO. That was a fun watch!

  12. I enjoy your videos! My Dad got me semi into coin collecting, mostly wheat backs, silver and old nickels. I’m currently active duty AF and was stationed in Guam 2006-2009. I found more old coins there than I ever have! I wish I paid more attention or at least tried to search more, but it’s a small hobby of mine. Thanks again for the cool videos!!!

  13. That’s great that the seller’s mother just happened to put the S-mint Indian cent on one end, with the reverse showing, and the 1867 with the obverse showing on the other end. What a coincidence.

  14. I have been buying and selling coins most of my life and was guessing what you thought the grade and value as you when along. Your estimints where and mine where very close to each others. Great job. One of my best finds is a 1913 S type 2 Buffalo nickel which filled out my set.

  15. Amazing little roll.
    To think about the stories behind all these coins and the pockets they have been in.
    Nearly 100 years between the oldest and newest.
    Quite a lot of history right there.

  16. I’m still cheering for another Indian or a Flying Eagle! I think overall it was a good roll especially that FLE cent and the 1908 S IHP but a 1909 S would have been pretty cool. And also all those Indians and older ones too, plus those older wheats!

  17. Hi , I been looking to fill my collection, found the same vendor, ordered 4 rolls, 2 rolls had 2 Indian head pennies, both ends, and 3 within. The same for the last 2 , one roll had 4 within and 2 ender’s. Was very happy with shipment overall. Love your videos, I’m learning new things from them, thank you and bless you.

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