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Terry Soloman

Guessing Contest For Silver!

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Guessing Contest for Forum Members!

Here is the clad I have dug since May 1, 2018. This contest is not to guess the TOTAL, but to guess how many different coins are in the cup (how many pennies, how many nickels, how many dimes, and how many quarters.

Prize’s: Three Dug, Silver American Coins - 1st / 2nd / 3rd place

Drawing Date: Thursday, May 31, 2018 @ 9:00pm EST

Entry Deadline: Thursday, May 31, 2018 @ 8:45pm EST

Object: Guess the total number of Pennies – Nickels – Dimes – Quarters in the cup. The member that comes the closest to the actual number of each Wins! In the unlikely event of a tie, both members will win! Prizes for First, Second, and Third closest guesses. The winner will be notified here on the Forum, and through Personal Message. Why am I doing this? Because it’s fun. As always, the cash in the cup will be Coinstar counted, and the cash sent to Bill, to help support our great forum - Good Luck!!

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52 quarters, 45 nickles, 75 dimes and 135 pennies.  Enough to cross the river Styx and get a cup of Joe at Achilles Last Stand.

Thanks for the fun...

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28 quarters , 97 pennies , 31 nickles and 41 dimes.

Good a any guess.

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Thanks Terry for the contest:thumbsupanim-I suck at this so Im sitting this one out :hide: lets get on with the guessing game :inocent: Mike C...:200:

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How's about:

48 quarters. 

83 dimes.

205 pennies.

50 nickels. 

Could you at least dump them out on the table and spread them, so we could get a better idea of what is there?? Jeez haha.

Thanks for the fun Terry.

 

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20 minutes ago, nugget108 said:

How's about:

48 quarters. 

83 dimes.

205 pennies.

50 nickels. 

Could you at least dump them out on the table and spread them, so we could get a better idea of what is there?? Jeez haha.

Thanks for the fun Terry.

 

I would prefer he dumping them out and then stacking them in stacks of 10, and in rolls of 5!

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My guess is: 26 quarters,60 dimes, 58 nickles, and 176 penneys. Grubstake

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Thanks Terry ... 32 Quarters; 41 Dimes; 37 Nickles; 97 Pennies

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Let's try 12 quarters,32dimes,34nickles,and 90 pennies. Thanks.

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The Winners are: #1 Saul RW $$23,56  #2 AZMark $24.19  #3 Nugget108 $24.85

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Are you kidding me??? I never win anything haha. Thanks Terry.

Congrats to Saul and AZMark.

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Congrats Dan, and to Saul and AZMark too.

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Congratulations, AZMark and Nugget108.  Thanks for a bit of fun, Mr. Soloman. 

 

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Please PM me with your names and shipping addresses!!!👌

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I received a nice 1953 quarter in the mail yesterday.  Gracias, Mr. Soloman.  It still saddens me a bit to be reminded that our coins were once valuable little items, unlike today's junk metal pocket change.  It's always a pleasure to feel the heft of an old coin, and to give it a flip to hear that nice, clean, clear silver ring.

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Hey Terry, finally picked up the mail. Nice 1923 dime. Thanks a lot bud.

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