Friendly Metal Detecting Forums   Quality Metal Detectors
List all sponsors

Go Back   Friendly Metal Detecting Forums > Everything About Finds > Stories and Pictures of Finds

Notices

Reply
  
Thread Tools Display Modes
  #1  
Old 10-27-2020, 02:35 PM
AirmetTango's Avatar
AirmetTango AirmetTango is offline
Supporter
 
Join Date: Apr 2017
Location: NW Ohio
Posts: 2,283
Default Is 2020 Over Yet??

I havenít had a lot of finds worth posting about this year - COVID concerns and other reasons have dampened my ability and desire to do any real door knocking for new permissions, so Iíve mostly been spending my hunt time this year in parks and other public areas. But earlier this year, I managed to catch a farmer on the day he was planting a field that Iíve had my eye on for awhile and secured permission to detect once the beans came down in the fall. Last week was finally that time, and I was eager as a hound to hunt - finally an opportunity to get out of the parks and worn out permissions and into a new field location with some history! I couldnít strap my gear on fast enough!

Well, three hours later the only old, non-iron target I managed was exactly this:

Name:  4FDB9EAF-631B-496B-B271-E02A00D4AFE4.jpg
Views: 476
Size:  64.9 KB

Yep, thatís all. The shank off of a button. Plenty of iron signals, brick, broken ceramic, and pieces of bottles to show that a homesite was there, just nothing good left behind that I could find. Maybe itís already been hunted hard...maybe the people who lived there didnít drop much - who knows.

Yesterday, I decided to hit an old park for two hours or so - I had been there once before last year and found several Wheats and a couple other interesting finds, so I figured I would try again in a another section of the park. I got a Ď53 Jefferson just steps from the car and only 3 or 4Ē down, so I thought things might go well. But as time was running out before I had to leave to pick my girls up from school, all I added to the ďgoodĒ pouch was a Ď37 Canadian cent, a Hot Wheels Mean Machine motorcycle circa 1971, a bent 9mm pistol charm, and 27 cents in clad. Not wanting to give up on the hunt, I kept swinging my way back to the car, and I was thrilled to get over a sweet high tone, the kind that stops you in your tracks because you know immediately itís a deep coin. Nice and tight, 29-32 VDI (EQ800), solid all the way around the target, and the depth meter was pegged. Cut a 5Ē deep plug, and the signal tightens up even more, but nothing on the pinpointer. Seven inches down, Iím getting worried - still nothing on the pinpointer, and I donít like digging graves in parks!

Finally, at about 8Ē the pinpointer starts to chirp, and from at least 9.5-10Ē down, I was able to pull out a beautiful, big, green, coin-shaped disk!! I had no idea what it was - the green patina was obscuring all the detail, but it had to be old and it had to be copper!! I immediately started snapping pictures, as my mind raced through the possibilities...not quite the right size or heft for a US Largie - must be a token or medal, or maybe a Canadian Largie??

Name:  7E9A92F6-A979-4418-8DCC-DDB3194473F3.jpg
Views: 475
Size:  163.5 KB

Name:  437C1BA4-8645-4B5D-B298-380F083EC495.jpg
Views: 480
Size:  134.7 KB

Name:  06891223-DDC1-47C4-A9B0-D0B8462C75DD.jpg
Views: 472
Size:  123.9 KB

I packed up right away so I could go pick up my girls, but I was excited enough that I took that beautiful greenie out of my pouch and brought it into the front seat with me in the hopes of spotting some detail as it dried to get a hint on an ID. Well, I hadnít gone more than a half mile before my house of cards came tumbling down. First, as I handled the edges of the coin, I wore off enough crud to reveal a reeded edge...Ēuh ohĒ, I thought, because I canít think of a single reeded copper coin:

Name:  9E4FC40F-A32E-4DDE-BE31-D7897305AAFE.jpg
Views: 473
Size:  110.7 KB

Then I got brave and started to gently rub a section of the coin, and managed to get enough grit off to reveal some detail. Hereís what I saw, and my heart sank the rest of the way:

Name:  26DE4377-6C8C-4558-87F3-42AFD954E97E.jpeg
Views: 472
Size:  128.9 KB

Yep, nothing to do now but laugh at myself for getting all excited over a 10Ē deep clad quarter! At least my clad count went up by 52 cents instead of 27 The final dagger came once I got home and I was able clear off more of the crud to reveal the date: 1965.

Yep. Iím ready for 2020 to be over.
Attached Images
   

__________________

Oldest coin: 1834 Matron Head Large Cent (Honorable Mention: 1857 Flying Eagle Cent)
Oldest silver: 1854 Seated Liberty Quarter
Oldest foreign coin: 1844 Province of Canada Half Penny

Equinox 800 w/Steveís Detector Rods Complete Shaft & Herke Cuff; Pro Pointer II
Detecting Since 4/2017 - Addicted Since 5/2017
Reply With Quote


1 members found this post helpful.
  #2  
Old 10-27-2020, 02:50 PM
T-Man's Avatar
T-Man T-Man is online now
Elite Member
 
Join Date: Mar 2013
Location: Kettering, OH
Posts: 2,734
Default

Even that's would be a good hunt for me lately. I moved in Sept of last year and hit my yard twice and an open field once Hopefully 2021 I can get back to swinging again.
Reply With Quote


  #3  
Old 10-27-2020, 03:12 PM
KenG's Avatar
KenG KenG is online now
Full Member
 
Join Date: Apr 2018
Location: East TN
Posts: 235
Default

Any coin is a good hunt to me. You really got me going on the quarter. I was pulling for it to be good. But then, Nice read. Thanks for sharing.

Ken

P.S. Ready for Covid to be gone too.
Reply With Quote


  #4  
Old 10-27-2020, 10:41 PM
Dan B.'s Avatar
Dan B. Dan B. is offline
Elite Member
 
Join Date: Oct 2016
Location: NW Ohio
Posts: 1,437
Default

Love the motorcycle! That's an Old Canadian penny. I have never seen one With a man on it. As for the quarter Maxwell smart would say missed it by that much. Glad to see that you're making the best of the situation.

__________________
Equinox 600

oldest coin to date 1773 4 Maravedies
2020/(20) silver coins (5) silver jewelry (0) gold jewelry (17)IHP (9) tokens


Last edited by Dan B.; 10-28-2020 at 02:41 PM.
Reply With Quote


  #5  
Old 10-27-2020, 11:15 PM
ScaredOfClowns's Avatar
ScaredOfClowns ScaredOfClowns is offline
Elite Member
 
Join Date: Apr 2012
Location: Bucks County, PA
Posts: 599
Default

That would have got my hopes up, too - visions of old copper dancing in my head. Bummer about the letdown!

The parks dept must have fertilized that lawn regularly to turn a clad quarter that green.

The old Canadian cent and toys are still very cool - I'd still be happy with that hunt.
Reply With Quote


  #6  
Old 10-28-2020, 01:51 AM
Soil Surgeon's Avatar
Soil Surgeon Soil Surgeon is offline
Elite Member
 
Join Date: Oct 2014
Posts: 2,059
Default

Next time ! Great story and photos .
Reply With Quote


  #7  
Old 10-28-2020, 04:57 AM
Gumshoe's Avatar
Gumshoe Gumshoe is offline
Junior Member
 
Join Date: Jul 2020
Location: Midwest
Posts: 30
Default

Good to see you have a sense of humor about it, and I was genuinely let down that quarter was clad

But, I'm completely with you about 2020. This is my 3rd worst year hunting, only better than my rookie campaign and a year that I was so tied up with work that I only got out a handful of times.

And, like you, the vast majority (like around 100%) of my hunting is via door knocking. With covid and the current political climate I just haven't been as comfortable, and have gotten a much higher % of no's than in years past.


Originally Posted by AirmetTango View post
I havenít had a lot of finds worth posting about this year - COVID concerns and other reasons have dampened my ability and desire to do any real door knocking for new permissions, so Iíve mostly been spending my hunt time this year in parks and other public areas. But earlier this year, I managed to catch a farmer on the day he was planting a field that Iíve had my eye on for awhile and secured permission to detect once the beans came down in the fall. Last week was finally that time, and I was eager as a hound to hunt - finally an opportunity to get out of the parks and worn out permissions and into a new field location with some history! I couldnít strap my gear on fast enough!

Well, three hours later the only old, non-iron target I managed was exactly this:

Attachment 473953

Yep, thatís all. The shank off of a button. Plenty of iron signals, brick, broken ceramic, and pieces of bottles to show that a homesite was there, just nothing good left behind that I could find. Maybe itís already been hunted hard...maybe the people who lived there didnít drop much - who knows.

Yesterday, I decided to hit an old park for two hours or so - I had been there once before last year and found several Wheats and a couple other interesting finds, so I figured I would try again in a another section of the park. I got a Ď53 Jefferson just steps from the car and only 3 or 4Ē down, so I thought things might go well. But as time was running out before I had to leave to pick my girls up from school, all I added to the ďgoodĒ pouch was a Ď37 Canadian cent, a Hot Wheels Mean Machine motorcycle circa 1971, a bent 9mm pistol charm, and 27 cents in clad. Not wanting to give up on the hunt, I kept swinging my way back to the car, and I was thrilled to get over a sweet high tone, the kind that stops you in your tracks because you know immediately itís a deep coin. Nice and tight, 29-32 VDI (EQ800), solid all the way around the target, and the depth meter was pegged. Cut a 5Ē deep plug, and the signal tightens up even more, but nothing on the pinpointer. Seven inches down, Iím getting worried - still nothing on the pinpointer, and I donít like digging graves in parks!

Finally, at about 8Ē the pinpointer starts to chirp, and from at least 9.5-10Ē down, I was able to pull out a beautiful, big, green, coin-shaped disk!! I had no idea what it was - the green patina was obscuring all the detail, but it had to be old and it had to be copper!! I immediately started snapping pictures, as my mind raced through the possibilities...not quite the right size or heft for a US Largie - must be a token or medal, or maybe a Canadian Largie??

Attachment 473954

Attachment 473955

Attachment 473957

I packed up right away so I could go pick up my girls, but I was excited enough that I took that beautiful greenie out of my pouch and brought it into the front seat with me in the hopes of spotting some detail as it dried to get a hint on an ID. Well, I hadnít gone more than a half mile before my house of cards came tumbling down. First, as I handled the edges of the coin, I wore off enough crud to reveal a reeded edge...Ēuh ohĒ, I thought, because I canít think of a single reeded copper coin:

Attachment 473958

Then I got brave and started to gently rub a section of the coin, and managed to get enough grit off to reveal some detail. Hereís what I saw, and my heart sank the rest of the way:

Attachment 473962

Yep, nothing to do now but laugh at myself for getting all excited over a 10Ē deep clad quarter! At least my clad count went up by 52 cents instead of 27 The final dagger came once I got home and I was able clear off more of the crud to reveal the date: 1965.

Yep. Iím ready for 2020 to be over.

__________________
AT Pro, Garrett Carrot

Oldest Coin: 1788 Connecticut Copper
Oldest Silver: 1839 Seated Dime

Reply With Quote


  #8  
Old 10-28-2020, 11:52 AM
CharlieT84's Avatar
CharlieT84 CharlieT84 is offline
Senior Member
 
Join Date: Mar 2019
Location: Upstate New York
Posts: 331
Default

Great story- too funny Ben. 1965- doesn't it figure!

__________________
Equinox 800

Reply With Quote


  #9  
Old 10-28-2020, 04:19 PM
metaladdict's Avatar
metaladdict metaladdict is offline
Elite Member
 
Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: Santa Rosa,Ca
Posts: 13,548
Default

I wish covid was over so the gold would show up!

__________________
Detectors. Garrett AT Pro, Ace 250.. Equinox 800. Stavr scoop!
Life member of Ring keepers! John 14:6. Luke15:8-10
Oldest U.S. coin 1899 Half dollar (see upper left)

Reply With Quote


1 members found this post helpful.
  #10  
Old 10-28-2020, 07:28 PM
deeper deeper is offline
Full Member
 
Join Date: Sep 2016
Location: Wauwatosa, WI
Posts: 111
Default

There had to be some fill in that particular area for that coin to be that deep. My condolences. I would imagine it got you heart thumping though! Thatís always good.

__________________
__________________________
2020 YTD totals: 78 silver coins, 4 IHP, 4 V-nickels, 9 buffalos, 191 wheats, 3 sterling, 24K gold ring

Reply With Quote


  #11  
Old 10-29-2020, 10:16 AM
Beachhunter's Avatar
Beachhunter Beachhunter is offline
Elite Member
 
Join Date: Oct 2017
Location: Southern California
Posts: 2,529
Default

Good post. Better luck on the next hunt!

__________________
Equinox 800 / XP Deus

Reply With Quote


  #12  
Old 10-29-2020, 12:26 PM
Skippy SH13's Avatar
Skippy SH13 Skippy SH13 is offline
Supporter
 
Join Date: May 2015
Location: Pacific NW
Posts: 3,607
Default

Originally Posted by AirmetTango View post
I immediately started snapping pictures, as my mind raced through the possibilities...not quite the right size or heft for a US Largie - must be a token or medal, or maybe a Canadian Largie??

I packed up right away so I could go pick up my girls, but I was excited enough that I took that beautiful greenie out of my pouch and brought it into the front seat with me in the hopes of spotting some detail as it dried to get a hint on an ID. Well, I hadnít gone more than a half mile before my house of cards came tumbling down. First, as I handled the edges of the coin, I wore off enough crud to reveal a reeded edge...Ēuh ohĒ, I thought, because I canít think of a single reeded copper coin:
...
The final dagger came once I got home and I was able clear off more of the crud to reveal the date: 1965.

Yep. Iím ready for 2020 to be over.
Oh man. That is quite the ride. I was right there with you, through the pictures, too. Great write-up, and heartfelt heartsink. That's too bad. It looked good!

Skippy

__________________
Garrett AT Max with NEL Thunder Coil - Garrett Pro-Pointer AT - Lesche Digger. ~1000 rings in 4.5 years ~7% gold find rate. I'm a RING HUNTER, clad is incidental.
In 2020 as of 11/25/2020: Clad=$638.40; Rings=205; Keys=45; Silver=62; Gold=16; Flat Penny=15; Hunts=113

Reply With Quote


  #13  
Old 10-29-2020, 01:56 PM
REAL_RAT_FINK's Avatar
REAL_RAT_FINK REAL_RAT_FINK is offline
Supporter
 
Join Date: Dec 2013
Location: So-Cal
Posts: 1,016
Default

Lol, thanks for sharing your adventure. I remember pulling out a quarter sized coin that had "the look", age, patina, odd edges with reading. Turns out, it was a quarter someone had taken a hammer to. So disappointing lol.
Reply With Quote


  #14  
Old 10-29-2020, 11:28 PM
AirmetTango's Avatar
AirmetTango AirmetTango is offline
Supporter
 
Join Date: Apr 2017
Location: NW Ohio
Posts: 2,283
Default

Originally Posted by T-Man View post
Even that's would be a good hunt for me lately. I moved in Sept of last year and hit my yard twice and an open field once Hopefully 2021 I can get back to swinging again.
I definitely think 2020 has been a down year for a lot of folks for a lot of reasons - Iím with you, hoping you can get out more soon, and that 2021 brings easier times for you and everyone. In the meantime, Iím going to keep on swinging and finish out 2020, and continuing enjoying whatever the hunt brings!

Originally Posted by KenG View post
Any coin is a good hunt to me. You really got me going on the quarter. I was pulling for it to be good. But then, Nice read. Thanks for sharing.

Ken

P.S. Ready for Covid to be gone too.
Thanks Ken, glad you enjoyed it! Obviously, that quarter had me going, too But despite the disappointment that it wasnít something with age, I still had fun - itís a memorable story to tell and I enjoyed sharing it. Plus, itís definitely the deepest quarter Iíve found so far, so I learned a little bit about how a deep quarter will sound on the machine. If it doesnít come out silver, you gotta find the silver lining, right?

Originally Posted by Gumshoe View post
Good to see you have a sense of humor about it, and I was genuinely let down that quarter was clad
Not half as let down as I was, I bet But itís all good - you gotta find some enjoyment in both the ups and downs of the hobby, and itís easy to find the humor in this situation! I figure itís pay back for the time I found a Barber quarter just an couple inches below the surface

Originally Posted by Gumshoe View post
But, I'm completely with you about 2020. This is my 3rd worst year hunting, only better than my rookie campaign and a year that I was so tied up with work that I only got out a handful of times.
Yep, Iím right with you. In my case, my raw coin numbers are ok...theyíre good enough that if I keep going at this pace through the end of the year, itíll be a run of the mill year. My total silver coins found, number of wheats, clad count, etc are all on target. The underlying problem is the age of those coins is down...most of my (few) silvers are rosies, and IHPs are way down. I like coins, but Iím really after interesting relics that I can research to discover some lost history...and what Iím noticing this year is that with the lack of good permissions, interesting relics are very few and far between in my pouch.

Originally Posted by Gumshoe View post
And, like you, the vast majority (like around 100%) of my hunting is via door knocking. With covid and the current political climate I just haven't been as comfortable, and have gotten a much higher % of no's than in years past.
I think weíre on exactly the same page on this one!

__________________

Oldest coin: 1834 Matron Head Large Cent (Honorable Mention: 1857 Flying Eagle Cent)
Oldest silver: 1854 Seated Liberty Quarter
Oldest foreign coin: 1844 Province of Canada Half Penny

Equinox 800 w/Steveís Detector Rods Complete Shaft & Herke Cuff; Pro Pointer II
Detecting Since 4/2017 - Addicted Since 5/2017
Reply With Quote


  #15  
Old 10-29-2020, 11:47 PM
AirmetTango's Avatar
AirmetTango AirmetTango is offline
Supporter
 
Join Date: Apr 2017
Location: NW Ohio
Posts: 2,283
Default

Originally Posted by Dan B. View post
Love the motorcycle! That's an Old Canadian penny. I have never seen one With a man on it. As for the quarter Maxwell smart would say missed it by that much. Glad to see that you're making the best of the situation.
Thanks Dan! Yep, truth be told, it wasnít a bad hunt for a park with limited time...the motorcycle will probably earn a permanent spot on my find cleaning workbench

Iíve been fortunate to find quite a few of those King George VI pennies...I like to joke that theyíre twice as good as a KG III All kidding aside, I like the old Canadian cents...Iím not sure why, but they seem to clean up better and easier than most Wheaties. Might be something with the composition...95.5%-98% copper, depending on the year. Anyway, Iíve also managed to find one KG V small cent from Ď28, and a Queen Vicky Large Cent. A bucket lister for me is an Edward VII Large cent (1902-1910)...given our proximity to Canada, I figure Iíve gotta get my coil over one eventually! That said, Iíve yet to find any Canadian silver from any year either, so who knows how long the wait might be on that.

__________________

Oldest coin: 1834 Matron Head Large Cent (Honorable Mention: 1857 Flying Eagle Cent)
Oldest silver: 1854 Seated Liberty Quarter
Oldest foreign coin: 1844 Province of Canada Half Penny

Equinox 800 w/Steveís Detector Rods Complete Shaft & Herke Cuff; Pro Pointer II
Detecting Since 4/2017 - Addicted Since 5/2017
Reply With Quote


1 members found this post helpful.
  #16  
Old 10-30-2020, 12:05 AM
AirmetTango's Avatar
AirmetTango AirmetTango is offline
Supporter
 
Join Date: Apr 2017
Location: NW Ohio
Posts: 2,283
Default

Originally Posted by ScaredOfClowns View post
That would have got my hopes up, too - visions of old copper dancing in my head. Bummer about the letdown!

The parks dept must have fertilized that lawn regularly to turn a clad quarter that green.

The old Canadian cent and toys are still very cool - I'd still be happy with that hunt.
Yep, I still had fun on the hunt and enjoyed finding the KG VI and the motorcycle...heck, even the quarter is a fun story that Iím sure Iíll be telling in the future!

Youíre probably right about the fertilizer. In fact, in hindsight, the quarter was laying on top of a denser, almost clay-like layer - it was probably marinating in a fertilizer slurry as the same clay layer that stopped the quarter from sinking any further also kept the rain soaked fertilizer from draining any deeper.

Originally Posted by Soil Surgeon View post
Next time ! Great story and photos .
Thanks Soil! No doubt - now I know what 10Ē quarters sound like on my Equinox...Iím gonna start making Capped Bust quarters fly out of the ground :

__________________

Oldest coin: 1834 Matron Head Large Cent (Honorable Mention: 1857 Flying Eagle Cent)
Oldest silver: 1854 Seated Liberty Quarter
Oldest foreign coin: 1844 Province of Canada Half Penny

Equinox 800 w/Steveís Detector Rods Complete Shaft & Herke Cuff; Pro Pointer II
Detecting Since 4/2017 - Addicted Since 5/2017
Reply With Quote


  #17  
Old 10-30-2020, 12:35 AM
AirmetTango's Avatar
AirmetTango AirmetTango is offline
Supporter
 
Join Date: Apr 2017
Location: NW Ohio
Posts: 2,283
Default

Originally Posted by CharlieT84 View post
Great story- too funny Ben. 1965- doesn't it figure!
Thanks Charlie, glad you enjoyed it - I figured we all could relate! And once I saw that date coupled with the depth, that just iced the story!

Originally Posted by Beachhunter View post
Good post. Better luck on the next hunt!
Thanks Beachhunter! Iíll take all the luck I can get

Originally Posted by Skippy SH13 View post
Oh man. That is quite the ride. I was right there with you, through the pictures, too. Great write-up, and heartfelt heartsink. That's too bad. It looked good!

Skippy
Thanks Skippy, glad you enjoyed the story! Ironically, itís probably going to turn out to be one of my memorable finds for the year - probably going to stick it in a coin flip, as is, for the conversation value

Originally Posted by REAL_RAT_FINK View post
Lol, thanks for sharing your adventure. I remember pulling out a quarter sized coin that had "the look", age, patina, odd edges with reading. Turns out, it was a quarter someone had taken a hammer to. So disappointing lol.
Glad you enjoyed reading it, RRF! Yep, thatís what I figured - weíve all had at least one signal and find that came out of the ground looking so good only to squash our dreams a few minutes later. I knew most of us could relate and commiserate with my pain

__________________

Oldest coin: 1834 Matron Head Large Cent (Honorable Mention: 1857 Flying Eagle Cent)
Oldest silver: 1854 Seated Liberty Quarter
Oldest foreign coin: 1844 Province of Canada Half Penny

Equinox 800 w/Steveís Detector Rods Complete Shaft & Herke Cuff; Pro Pointer II
Detecting Since 4/2017 - Addicted Since 5/2017
Reply With Quote


  #18  
Old 10-30-2020, 12:45 AM
John-Edmonton's Avatar
John-Edmonton John-Edmonton is offline
Elite Member
 
Join Date: Jan 2006
Location: Way up North, Canada
Posts: 2,264
Default

That 1937 penny is one of the lower mintage years. Only 10,090,231 were made.

VG-8 F-1 VF-20 EF-40 AU-50
$0.40 $0.50 $0.75 $1.00 $1.95

Here's what it might be worth. Now in EF (extra fine condition) it's worth a dollar. Now don't think in terms it's only a dollar, think in terms that it is valued at 100 x it's face value. Not bad!
Reply With Quote


  #19  
Old 11-02-2020, 11:00 PM
AirmetTango's Avatar
AirmetTango AirmetTango is offline
Supporter
 
Join Date: Apr 2017
Location: NW Ohio
Posts: 2,283
Default

Originally Posted by John-Edmonton View post
That 1937 penny is one of the lower mintage years. Only 10,090,231 were made.

VG-8 F-1 VF-20 EF-40 AU-50
$0.40 $0.50 $0.75 $1.00 $1.95

Here's what it might be worth. Now in EF (extra fine condition) it's worth a dollar. Now don't think in terms it's only a dollar, think in terms that it is valued at 100 x it's face value. Not bad!
Excellent info - thanks, John! I had no idea the 1937 cent was such a low mintage - pretty cool! At first I thought it might be because Ď37 was King George VIís first full year so it took awhile to get a new design implemented. But it looks like something else might have been going on, too - the 1937 mintage was fairly consistent with previous years, but then the mintages suddenly ramped up, especially after 1940. WWII economic forces at play, maybe? I know Canada was at war with Germany since Fall 1939 along with Britain and France, so it seems very possible.

Anyways, this coin has some wear and damage beyond just the oxidation from being underground. It actually turned up in a volleyball pit, so unfortunately the sand worked as an abrasive over time. The picture in my original post is the coin literally right out of the ground - itís hard to see in that pic, but the high points all show bright brassy highlights from the wearing action of the sand. Hereís a shot after using a bit of Renaissance wax to clean off the residual dirt and protect it:

Name:  795EDDA3-EB69-4F62-A1DB-95B86B76A653.jpg
Views: 87
Size:  94.5 KB

__________________

Oldest coin: 1834 Matron Head Large Cent (Honorable Mention: 1857 Flying Eagle Cent)
Oldest silver: 1854 Seated Liberty Quarter
Oldest foreign coin: 1844 Province of Canada Half Penny

Equinox 800 w/Steveís Detector Rods Complete Shaft & Herke Cuff; Pro Pointer II
Detecting Since 4/2017 - Addicted Since 5/2017
Reply With Quote


Reply


Thread Tools
Display Modes

Forum Jump


All times are GMT -4. The time now is 08:37 AM.


Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.8.9
Copyright ©2000 - 2020, vBulletin Solutions, Inc.