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Small-time hoarders get coins from their local bank tellers, more serious ones buy online in bulk.
Pennies and nickels are the most popular with hoarders because of their high copper content. Most pre-1965 dimes and quarters have been removed from circulation by collectors and rarely seen mixed in with other coins.
Coin hoarding has not yet affected the amount of coinage in circulation in the US, unlike Argentina which is facing a coin crisis. and the Philippines.
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