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Old 08-27-2020, 08:14 AM
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The price is high, but I'm mainly going for the non-seeded coins and relics. The house on the property was built in the late 1700's and there's around 16 acres of farmland to detect.

As for the seeded hunt, they published a list of all the coins they were seeding back in February and it was an impressive list. They spent over 5k on mostly silver coins, so they're worth a lot more than that now.

Here's the list of coins that are going to be seeded. Very impressive, especially since there's going to be fewer than 100 people at the Saturday event!
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Oldest coin: 1723 Rosa Americana
Oldest silver coin:1773 Half Real.
Oldest U.S. coin: 1798 Large Cent
Oldest U.S. silver coin:1853 Half Dime

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