STASH OF COINS
Added on: 10th Aug 2014
Britain true funny money spinner:
The tree is covered with coins, believed to be a wishing tree
in the 18th century. The sick threw coins into the tree, for their
illness to be taken away by the tree.
A few hundred years later, the tree grew thicker and the
coins thrown into the trunk gradually grow out.
A man in China paid part of his fine in coins.
It took 18 workers all day to count it.
A Chef discovers the largest ever hoard of Roman coins in a field.
Hundreds of the coins - buried in a gigantic clay jar and weighing
as much as two men - bear the image of Carausius, who ruled Britain
independently from AD 286 to AD 293.
California couple strike gold after finding $10million of 19th
century coins buried on their property.
Nearly all of the 1,427 coins, dating from 1847 to 1894,
are in uncirculated and in mint condition.
What you see below is $1000 in $1, $2 or 50¢ coins.
One thousand dollars. In change. That was sitting in
a drawer in a house.
A couple threw all of their loose change into a drawer at
the end of the day. Which has been accumulating for years,
only taking out the gold coins when we’re desperate.
And that’s not even all of it. They have a ton more $1 coins.
And then there’s all of the 20¢, 10¢, & 5¢ coins to go.