Canadian average largely depends on location. Many northern states get many, but here in southern california they are not too common.
My averages are:
7.7 wheats per box of cents.
1 indian head cent per 43 boxes of cents.
2.77 canadians per box of cents.
1 buffalo every 3.38 boxes of nickels.
1 canadian per every 1.41 boxes of nickels.
Haven't done boxes of halves, I just get silver sometimes from teller trays. And I've never seen a canadian half?
43/76 holes filled in my Dansco 7070 (Not Including Gold Page)
Oldest Coins Found in Circulation:
Cent: 1907 Indian (roll)
Nickel: 1916 Buffalo (roll)
Dime: 1926 Mercury (roll)
Quarter: 1964 d Washington (cash register)
Half: 1946 Walking Liberty (bank tray)
Dollar: 1971 Ike (bank tray)
Edited by murrellington
02/24/2012 1:59 pm