I'm getting 25, 30, and 35-year-old pennies almost every day when I get change at all. So for awhile I'm going to post a short entry each day when I get pennies in change. I'll give a year, a condition, and where it came from, for each penny I get. Maybe there's no trend. Maybe I just notice the older pennies more. Except...I look at them all. The old ones outnumber the new ones. I'm doing this more to keep a log than to provide engaging reading. Is this a passing phenomenon, or is it real and long-term? I won't be adding this intro each time. So you'll see a lot of one- or two-line entries, even on days when I post something bigger. Let's see what the numbers eventually say.
- 1 penny at McDonald's: 1985-D, near-uncirculated, 50% of mint luster
- 2 pennies at Natural Grocer: 2019-D, brilliant uncirculated, 100% mint luster
- 1 penny at Natural Grocer: 2016-D, uncirculated, smudgy, 90% mint luster