Yesterday, I just searched through my first box of pennies in a while. I only found three wheats (1919-s, 1942, and 1944) but was able to score another Indian Head (1903). After completing this box, I noticed that I reached 125,000 pennies searched since I first started hunting through penny rolls. I tallied everything up, and here's what I've found all total:
Indian Heads: 1894, 1903, 1908
Wheat Cents: 1909(x2), 1910, 1911, 1912-D, 1913(x2), 1916, 1917, 1918-D(x2), 1919(x2), 1919-S(x4), 1920(x5), 1925(x2), 1926(x2), 1928(x3), 1929, 1930, 1930-D(x2), 1934(x2), 1935(x2), 1935-D, 1936(x3), 1937(x2), 1937-D, 1939(x5), 1939-S, 1940(x8), 1940-D, 1941(x11), 1941-D(x3), 1941-S(x3), 1942(x8), 1942-D(x5), 1943(x2), 1943-D, 1944(x35), 1944-D(x9), 1944-S(x3), 1945(x24), 1945-D(x4), 1945-S(x2), 1946(x25), 1946-D(x3), 1946-S, 1947(x2), 1947-D(x7), 1947-S, 1948(x11), 1948-D(x4), 1948-S, 1949(x4), 1949-D(x2), 1950(x10), 1950-D(x6), 1950-S, 1951(x5), 1951-D(x17), 1952(x6), 1952-D(x16), 1952-S(x3), 1953(x3), 1953-D(x25), 1953-S(x4), 1954(x3), 1954-D(x5), 1954-S(x2), 1955(x9), 1955-D(x22), 1956(x16), 1956-D(x35), 1957(x10), 1957-D(x47), 1958(x10), 1958-D(x25).
Interestingly enough, all three of my Indian Head cents
have been found within the past six boxes, with each coming from a different bank. However, the majority of my older wheat cents were found when I was on vacation in central Florida a couple of years back (1909, 1910, 1911, 1912-d, 1913, 1917, 1918-d, etc.) I averaged about 20 wheat cents per box across 10 boxes in central Florida, while I've only averaged a bit less than eight wheaties per box where I live in Georgia. I wonder what accounts for the discrepancy.