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Old 01-14-2018, 08:22 AM
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Default 2018 has been good to me so far

So far no Gold but with the way i ended the year i cant complain but the silver numbers are impressive and a personal best in such a short time 11 silvers in 3 quick hunts and a few other neat things a very Key date 1921s Buffalo a 1910 s wheat (idk why but i like the early ones a lot) a 1907 Canadian Large Cent and the last picture is after two hunts but it shows some neat swim buckles on the right Cant wait to see what else 2018 has in store Good Luck & Happy Hunting Everyone
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The more I see that silver anchor medallion the more impressive it is. Is that a St. Christopher medal? A few silvers here, a few there, and all of a sudden you have a pile of treasure just like that- mix in some yellow to complete the look!

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Old 01-14-2018, 08:45 AM
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The more I see that silver anchor medallion the more impressive it is. Is that a St. Christopher medal? A few silvers here, a few there, and all of a sudden you have a pile of treasure just like that- mix in some yellow to complete the look!
yeah you nailed it its a neat old sterling saint Christopher anchor i will attach a photo of a non dug example below and yeah shoot a few here and there and boom nice little pile alright =) i was surprised i have them separate cause i have no memory so i am gonna try my best this year to keep better track and when i went to add to the pile i was like wow sweet cant wait for 2018 1st gold dance Always a good time hunting with ya bud
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Great indicators for erosion, very nice!

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Conga-rats! You've almost found a piece of silver every day this year.

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