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Old Feb 1, 11, 4:10 pm
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Originally Posted by jamesteroh View Post
I finally received my Sacagawea coins today from the 23rd (Native americans are still in progress). I never paid attention to the year and today when I took the coins to make the deposit the teller commented that they were all 2001 (I never even noticed the year was on the wrappers before). If the mint is still producing these coins yearly and is now just shipping out coins from a decade ago, this could be a good indication that their inventory will keep this program going for a while
Way to pay attention James.

2001 Circulating $1 Coin Direct Ship Rolls Golden Dollars featuring Sacagawea (SA1)

Now go look up the mintage on the Sacagawea coins and Presidential coins and you'll understand why they have left over 2001's and early President coins and why what you are thinking isn't true.
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Old Feb 1, 11, 4:12 pm
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2000-p 767,140,000
2000-d 518,916,000
2001-p 62,468,000
2001-d 70,939,500
2002-p 3,865,610
2002-d 3,732,000
2003-p 3,080,000
2003-d 3,080,000
2004-p 2,660,000
2004-d 2,660,000
2005-p 2,520,000
2005-d 2,520,000
2006-p 4,900,000
2006-d 2,800,000
2007-p 3,640,000
2007-d 3,920,000
2008-p 1,820,000
2008-d 1,820,000
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Old Feb 1, 11, 4:15 pm
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Presidential dollars, once again you can see why they have 2007's left, they made too many of them.

2007 George Washington 176,680,000 163,680,000 340,360,000
2007 John Adams 112,420,000 112,140,000 224,560,000
2007 Thomas Jefferson 100,800,000 102,810,000 203,610,000
2007 James Madison 84,560,000 87,780,000 172,340,000

2007 Presidential Dollars 940,870,000

2008 James Monroe 84,560,000 87,780,000 172,340,000
2008 John Quincy Adams 57,540,000 57,720,000 115,260,000
2008 Andrew Jackson 61,180,000 61,070,000 122,250,000
2008 Martin Van Buren 51,520,000 50,960,000 102,480,000

2008 Presidential Dollars 464,480,000

2009 William Henry Harrison 43,260,000 55,160,000 98,420,000
2009 John Tyler 43,540,000 43,540,000 87,080,000
2009 James K. Polk 46,620,000 41,720,000 88,340,000
2009 Zachary Taylor 41,580,000 36,680,000 78,260,000

2009 Presidential Dollars 352,100,000

2010 Millard Fillmore 37,520,000 36,960,000 74,480,000
2010 Franklin Pierce 38,220,000 38,360,000 76,580,000
2010 James Buchanan 36,540,000 36,820,000 73,360,000
2010 Abraham Lincoln 48,020,000 49,000,000 97,020,000

2010 Presidential Dollars 321,440,000
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Old Feb 2, 11, 12:44 am
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Originally Posted by AlohaDaveKennedy View Post
The rolls look like batteries or worse. Got my bag examined closely recently for travel alarm clock + rolls.
They thought it was a box of C's...
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Old Feb 2, 11, 9:58 am
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I was short $50 worth of coins on $1000 order. Anyone had this happened before?
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Old Feb 2, 11, 10:03 am
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Originally Posted by Shadownite View Post
I was short $50 worth of coins on $1000 order. Anyone had this happened before?
Read the Mint's FAQ there is clear instruction on what to do in case of short-shipment. Yes, it has happened every now and then and happened to us before. If you read just a few posts above yours I mentioned we were short 1 $250 box and the weight on the package correctly depicted the shortage.
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Old Feb 2, 11, 4:26 pm
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Earlier today I did one thing using my car and one thing only. I drove in the slushy roads to the USPS in my town a mile away to collect an order of coins. Because of the snow storms, the governor had declared a state of emergency and everything was closed here today except a few businesses and banks. But those coins were important enough to risk sliding into some snow bank. lol

Also, from the several snow storms in our area in Jan, we had about 3.5 feet on the ground before the double storm that hit yesterday and into today, bringing the depth of the snow out in the back yard up to well over 4 feet. I shoveled and also had time to make paths for my kids to walk around the yard (they are not yet 4 feet tall) and then came in to order some coins as they played outside. But I looked outside and saw my neighbor struggling to shovel up some of the wet and heavier snow away from her car so I decided to go out and help her. The point of this is that I actually did NOT complete my coin order until later and I closed my browser to do something else. Can you believe it?

I figured you would all enjoy this snowy story of priorities and how I actually STOPPED placing an order of coins just to shovel snow. If you did not, just skip it. But if you did, I would love to hear other coins-over-other-priorities stories from others out there.

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Old Feb 2, 11, 5:05 pm
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Originally Posted by Marathon Man View Post
Earlier today I did one thing using my car and one thing only. I drove in the slushy roads to the USPS in my town a mile away to collect an order of coins. Because of the snow storms, the governor had declared a state of emergency and everything was closed here today except a few businesses and banks. But those coins were important enough to risk sliding into some snow bank. lol

Also, from the several snow storms in our area in Jan, we had about 3.5 feet on the ground before the double storm that hit yesterday and into today, bringing the depth of the snow out in the back yard up to well over 4 feet. I shoveled and also had time to make paths for my kids to walk around the yard (they are not yet 4 feet tall) and then came in to order some coins as they played outside. But I looked outside and saw my neighbor struggling to shovel up some of the wet and heavier snow away from her car so I decided to go out and help her. The point of this is that I actually did NOT complete my coin order until later and I closed my browser to do something else. Can you believe it?

I figured you would all enjoy this snowy story of priorities and how I actually STOPPED placing an order of coins just to shovel snow. If you did not, just skip it. But if you did, I would love to hear other coins-over-other-priorities stories from others out there.

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LoL - Thats why you need fast check out on all of your accounts so you can quickly log in, order coins - rinse and repeat! You can produce record time with that method!
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Old Feb 2, 11, 5:37 pm
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Originally Posted by Marathon Man View Post
Earlier today I did one thing using my car and one thing only. I drove in the slushy roads to the USPS in my town a mile away to collect an order of coins. Because of the snow storms, the governor had declared a state of emergency and everything was closed here today except a few businesses and banks. But those coins were important enough to risk sliding into some snow bank. lol

Also, from the several snow storms in our area in Jan, we had about 3.5 feet on the ground before the double storm that hit yesterday and into today, bringing the depth of the snow out in the back yard up to well over 4 feet. I shoveled and also had time to make paths for my kids to walk around the yard (they are not yet 4 feet tall) and then came in to order some coins as they played outside. But I looked outside and saw my neighbor struggling to shovel up some of the wet and heavier snow away from her car so I decided to go out and help her. The point of this is that I actually did NOT complete my coin order until later and I closed my browser to do something else. Can you believe it?

I figured you would all enjoy this snowy story of priorities and how I actually STOPPED placing an order of coins just to shovel snow. If you did not, just skip it. But if you did, I would love to hear other coins-over-other-priorities stories from others out there.

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This thread needs to be closed. It is turning into a personal blog and nothing more.
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Old Feb 2, 11, 5:46 pm
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Originally Posted by mrpickles View Post
This thread needs to be closed. It is turning into a personal blog and nothing more.
Agree with the Pickle Man!
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Old Feb 2, 11, 5:48 pm
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Originally Posted by mrpickles View Post
This thread needs to be closed. It is turning into a personal blog and nothing more.
I agree, any helpful information is posted in the sticky thread and if anyone has a problem with their order it would be hard to believe it hasn't been documented in over 10,000 posts. More of a chat room than anything else.
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Old Feb 2, 11, 5:51 pm
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Originally Posted by mrpickles View Post
This thread needs to be closed. It is turning into a personal blog and nothing more.
this coming from the man who has a huge twitter following for uber coin and other mile earning exposure?
lol
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Old Feb 2, 11, 5:52 pm
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Originally Posted by xp0 View Post
LoL - Thats why you need fast check out on all of your accounts so you can quickly log in, order coins - rinse and repeat! You can produce record time with that method!
or I could have had mint mobile and done the transaction with one hand whilst looking like I was shoveling with the other
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Old Feb 2, 11, 5:55 pm
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Originally Posted by Marathon Man View Post
this coming from the man who has a huge twitter following for uber coin and other mile earning exposure?
lol
Hmm... interesting that you have no problem telling people when a thread should be closed to preserve a deal, but have trouble when it's turned around on you. If you want a thread to stay open you should justify it, losing your favorite chat room should not be a good reason for keeping it open.
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Old Feb 2, 11, 6:00 pm
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Originally Posted by mrpickles View Post
This thread needs to be closed. It is turning into a personal blog and nothing more.
Originally Posted by Nicksterguy View Post
Agree with the Pickle Man!
Originally Posted by Astrophsx View Post
More of a chat room than anything else.
I have a novel idea - if you don't like it, stop reading it! I'll take a personal blog or chat room over a whine cellar any time.
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