Here in Central Ohio, I have a deal with several bank tellers. Looking back through my records up till 2020 I was averaging a couple of rolls of silver rosies a year. People just dont' look at their dimes. Perhaps a couple of dozen silver Washingtons and the odd Kennedy. There are outliers as I do seem to get the odd merc, franklin and even wlh. Believe it or not I see the occasional Buffalo nickel
in change. Not a lot, but one every other year or so. Not county the roll I bought at the local gas station by chance 2 years ago.
I mentor the local Boy Scout "coin collecting" merit badge group. I give them books for free and teach them to crh, offering a Pizza night for the family of the Scout that fills the first book.
If you just look at post 64 collections for everything but but LWC
( post 40) and Jeffersons, amazingly my scouts have filled every book at one time or another from circulation, with the exception of the 43 zincs and for the Jeffs, I realistically start them at 46. Roosevelt dimes
seem to be the easiest to complete, followed by Washingtons then Jeffs and Lincolns.