I have a coin collection from when I was a kid. Not a valuable or rare coin collection. This is the kind of coin collection that a paper boy makes in the 70’s. I used to sift through all my change and pull out anything interesting, like Eisenhower Dollars, Kennedy Half Dollars, Bicentenial coins, all of which really have no collector value. And I would also keep the things I knew might be valuable, like Wheat Pennies, Buffalo Nickels, and anything old enough to be silver. Recently, I was cleaning out my attic and found the collection. Now I’m wondering what to do with it. I’ll probably take the silver coins and anything that might have value to a shop and see if they can offer me anything. But what would you do with the bicentennial quarters, half dollars, and dollars, and all the regular Kennedy Halfs and Eisenhower dollars? I know they don’t have any more than face value, but they are kind of a novelty. Just put them back into circulation? Or is there anything more interesting to do with them? I’m trying to make good on the efforts of the 12-year-old me who sifted through all that change years ago!