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- Letters to the Editor (Oct. 27, 2015) Dryer gives up surprise silver dimeI was doing my laundry, when I spotted a coin in a lint trap in a dryer. It was a silver dime, 1954-D!Ginger Rapsus Chicago, Ill.Does post office have stash of old stamps?How did the U.S. Mint get th...
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