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GCTC April 2013 Newsletter.pdf

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Our club collects eye glasses, foreign coins,
miscellaneous items of costume jewelry/tokens/metal toys,
pull tabs, and empty ink cartridges. Give Jan Smirnow or
Linda Bennett your donations.

18 members showed up to hunt the 4.47 acres that once
held an old house and just recently had been a nursery
before being put up for sell. Most of the area had lots of
fill added that included small rocks and stones that made
digging very difficult. Only clad coins found. But it was
still a success in that members took frequent breaks to
talk with each other and exchange tips.

Do you enjoy a good challenge? If so, then you should
join the quest to master the five challenge levels! This fun
program offers a coin reward simply for finding a specific
group of targets (much like a scavenger hunt) and showing
those finds to the hunt master (Linda Bennett). You can
find information about the challenge levels in your new
member folder or at club meetings. For questions or
explanations, come early to a meeting and speak with

Laurie Haire, Frank Nash, Jonathan Lobota
and Tom Tieberman

How To Exchange Damaged
Or Mutilated Coins:
If coin or any other metal is mixed with the currency,
carefully remove it. Any fused, melted, or otherwise
mutilated coins should be sent to the U.S. Mint at
following address for evaluation:
U. S. Mint
Post Office Box 400
Philadelphia, PA 19105

Frank Nash, property owner, Kathy Ayon examining
Irving Smith's finds

For cases that are expected to take longer than 8 weeks
to process, the Bureau of Engraving and Printing will
issue a written confirmation of receipt.
Mutilated Currency Mailing Address:
Bureau of Engraving and Printing
Room 344A
P.O. Box 37048
Washington, D. C. 20013
All mutilated currency should be sent by “Registered
Mail, Return Receipt Requested.” Insuring the shipment is
the responsibility of the sender.
Personal deliveries of mutilated currency to the Bureau
of Engraving and Printing are accepted between the hours
of 8:00 A.M. and 2:00 P.M., Monday through Friday,
except holidays. The BEPs Office of Compliance,
Mutilated Currency Division is located at 14th and C
Streets, SW, Washington, DC.
To obtain information about your mutilated currency
shipment, please contact the Mutilated Currency Division
using any of the following numbers:
(866) 575-2361 (toll-free)
Submitted by John Lobota

Tom Lieberman and Nick Mosca

James Howell

John Lobota discussing Jupiter history
with Archeology student, Travis

Jerry Laur and Mark Laur
Photos by Linda Bennett