I got a box of halves last week. I already knew there was nothing once I opened the box. All of the rolls had Bs marked on them. Half rolls with Bs on them in my bank means some other collector looked through them.
But I did look through them anyways and found one 2021 nclt.
The same thing has happened to me a couple of times now. Even with Lincoln pennies, I could always find 10-12 wheats. Not any more, it seems we have or just about have cleaned out the circulating coins of anything worth of value.
The exception to that is a collection dump. I knew I had one when I found 2 treasury tokens from uncirculated sets. You never find 60's pennies with that type of lustre in circulation. Someone's coin collecting relative died or gave them something they did not understand.
EchoCoin2023, maybe not silver but a nice haul nonetheless. Unc 2022 rolls were NIFC (not intended for circulation). They were either bought for a premium from the Mint or part of the half dollar distribution by the Federal Reserve.
Freespeech57, wow, thank you for the information! I almost gonna dump those 2022 half dollars to another bank today! I thought only halfs from 2002-2020 are nifc? So 2022 halfs in uncirculated condition are also nifc? I got a lot more to learn. Thanks.