Unsearched means exactly that: unsearched.
We guarantee the possibility of rare penny finds of a multitude of different errors. Of course, we can't guarantee which orders contain rare coins, how many rare coins, or which rare coins because we do not search the coin. But that's part of what makes it fun!
Due to high-speed alloy sorting techniques, we have no idea how many Wheat Cents or Indian Heads, etc (if any) will be present as the tin content and other alloy material present may cause an unknown quantity to be off-sorted as a result. We hear back from many people of all sorts of found goodies. We just don't want to promise something we can't promise since we are mechanically sorting.
*TO BE SAFE ASSUME YOU ARE BUYING FOR BULLION VALUE ONLY AND NOT NUMISMATIC VALUE*
Photographs are for illustrative purposes.
Shipping includes tracking and insurance.
There will be 1 flat rate medium sized box per 68lb order.
We double box (a box inside a box).
All edges of the box are covered with fiberglass filament reinforced paper tape.
The edges reinforced again to ensure your pennies are well protected.
Enclosed in each box will be two 34+ pounds plastic bank coin bags.
These are heavy-duty sealed coin bags that are built to last even if dropped (as advertised by their manufacturer).
Please use caution when lifting your box - it weighs nearly 70 pounds!
We will place tracking on the box for tracking purposes to make sure you receive your pennies.
Insurance is included on all purchases (just in case)
DISCOVER THE POWER OF COPPER PENNIES
The U.S. copper penny is made of 95% copper and 5% zinc. We give you the unique ability to invest your money simultaneously in the copper market and currency market. This is due to the metal value of copper pennies far outweighing their face value.
50 years ago, silver coins were very common in circulation. That ended when the silver metal content started to outweigh the face value. Wise investors realized the constant growth in inflation, devaluing of the dollar, and steady levels of metals would make holding onto the silver coins a great decision. We are now seeing this trend in copper pennies.