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Someone has dropped a rare coin worth about $1,700 into a Salvation Army kettle in central Pennsylvania. Again. The valuable currency has appeared in Gettysburg-area kettles for several years. But no one knows who should be thanked for the generosity.

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GETTYSBURG, Pa. -- Someone has dropped a rare coin worth about $1,700 into a Salvation Army kettle in central Pennsylvania. Again. The valuable currency has appeared in Gettysburg-area kettles for several years. But no one knows who should be thanked for the generosity. Local Salvation Army unit organizer C.K. Roulette says he's content with the mystery remaining unsolved. He says it sparks people's imaginations and adds excitement during long, cold hours of bell-ringing.

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