Years ago (the 1960s) I was very much into coin collecting. I found a 1914 and a 1909 VDB in rolls from the local bank. They weren't in very good shape, but hey, it was the find, right? Certainly, just finding a Wheat penny today is quite something.
I found a 1905 Indian cent in terrific shape, besides the hole drilled in it. I gave it to my mom as the end coin of one of two rolls of wheat pennies(the first 2 rolls I found in rolls since starting to collect again) I gave her for her birthday.
CRH is really weird. I normally try to get customer rolled coins (I found that CUD from a customer wrapped roll) from the bank but last time I went in they didn't have any so I got Fed Rolled. To my surprise I found about 1 Wheat cent per roll (some had 2 some had none) The oldest was a 1934. Why did they have so many wheats? Only thing I could think of is that they have tons of pennies stacked up and some had been in the back for a long time.