This is what I found on BREITBART.COM:
A Salvation Army bell ringer in Noblesville, Indiana, recently found a coin worth more than he ever imagined inside his red kettle.
Salvation Army volunteer James Bond said he was very surprised when he discovered a 1915 100 Corona Austrian gold coin worth $1,500 among the folded bills and pocket change, according to the Indianapolis Star.
“It is really cool. I hear about that stuff in the news, but now it’s with me, so I feel like I’m part of this big thing that people really care about,” he said.
Chicago Tribune: $1,600 Krugerrand found in Salvation Army kettle at Casey’s Foods in Naperville, continuing an anonymous donor.https://t.co/5PU5sUDQzV
— James warren (@Jameswa61759626) December 14, 2019
Wow, one coin helping hundreds!
Mystery Donor Drops Gold Coin Worth over $1K in Salvation Army Kettle https://t.co/V6cbNYuzmJ
— Craig DiLorenzo (@CraigDiLorenzo) December 14, 2019
"We're really grateful for everyone that's participating, whether or not they're putting in a gold coin," said Major Mark Harwell. https://t.co/KBpcYjjwQ1
— KWGS News (@KWGSNEWS) December 14, 2019
Louisville Salvation Army given gold coin by anonymous donor https://t.co/bkC3cB4lCS
— Anonymous_Lünen (@Anon_Luenen) December 8, 2019
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