“Unsearched” Federal Reserve Bank of Denver Wheat Penny Roll Unboxing – Bought off eBay

Purchased a sweet-looking roll of wheat pennies off of eBay recently, and here's the unboxing. The outside looks like it's a super old roll that might be chock full of really good key date coins (maybe a 1914-D?) that has been sitting in some box for a very long time… and it's time to find out what's on the inside. Let me know what you think – have any of you gotten success buying rolls of coins on eBay?

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19 Comments on ““Unsearched” Federal Reserve Bank of Denver Wheat Penny Roll Unboxing – Bought off eBay”

  1. Always curious as to these type rolls- on the fence because I have several hundred pounds of nickels from 2006 on and never searched them.

    It’s just one of those things that come and go-

  2. 1:54 looks like you damaged the coins a bit there. I’d never knife a roll like that. Plus a link to the sister roll would have been useful.

  3. That roll had been searched. There should have been way more Denver mint marks. I have a big canvas bag of pennies that I’ve never looked through. My problem is it’s too heavy for me to pick up. I’m going to have to see if my grandson will bring it downstairs for me to look through. Your roll search has inspired me.

  4. Well Christian I appreciate you spending your money to show unsearched rolls aren’t really unsearched. Maybe it will save some hobbyist some cash. I do still get excited whenever I see a 1936 though. Do you look just at the dates for doubling or like the FS103 the doubling only in the “In God we Trust”? I’ve found both the FS102 and the FS103 in the last 6 months. Thanks for sharing.

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