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Old 09-28-2016, 08:32 PM
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What happened???

Let's keep this one clean

No crazy jokes or rude comments.
Lets just have a thread with hundreds of injuns
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Old 09-28-2016, 08:48 PM
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Old 09-28-2016, 08:57 PM
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Joe e5 where are you?
You should be drooling quite heavily by now...
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Unfortunately I only have one, but am on the way to more since my Etrac was set wrong at the factory as a copper sucker vs a silver sucker.

So here is my, ahem, Madam Lady Liberty pretending to be a Native American wearing a Man's(not sure if I can refer to gender) Native American Headdress"
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That looks awesome did you clean your "Madam Lady Liberty pretending to be a Native American wearing a Man's(not sure if I can refer to gender) Native American Headdress" coin?

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Old 09-28-2016, 09:13 PM
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Unfortunately I only have one, but am on the way to more since my Etrac was set wrong at the factory as a copper sucker vs a silver sucker.

So here is my, ahem, Madam Lady Liberty pretending to be a Native American wearing a Man's(not sure if I can refer to gender) Native American Headdress"
Careful now, we really just want great photos of great coins here...

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That looks awesome did you clean your "Madam Lady Liberty pretending to be a Native American wearing a Man's(not sure if I can refer to gender) Native American Headdress" coin?
Nah I didn't have to do much more than wash it off, it was a seeded hunt find, but I did dig it outta the ground with my ETRAC... still looking for an injun in the wild myself.
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here are the 6 i have dug.the only one with any cleaning other than water is the obvious lower left, it was completely crusted. i just had to know the date so i used a piece of fine emery cloth until i could make out the 1890. the 1900 and 1895 on the bottom came from sandy soil as they are. the other three from top are 1904, 1899 and 1907Name:  ihp 1.jpg
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my best condition indian
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I'm trying to track down a few injuns, that have gone renegade.

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Old 09-28-2016, 11:17 PM
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Careful now, we really just want great photos of great coins here...
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Here's a couple from this year. Don't have easily accessible pics of the earlier ones, but maybe I'll dig em up. Love the detail on these sweet Injuns!!

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Great post Mattmit 👍
I can not get enough of looking at Indians .
My son threw a buff in some viniger and peroxide last night to take the red gunk off and hopefully the acid would bring back a readable date.
It actualy looks pretty good . Almost done in a few hours and yes it braught the date back out . Some cleaning tips for Indians would also be welcomed .
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Old 09-29-2016, 10:45 AM
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Thanks everybody, looking great!

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My first IH ever...bent up and wrecked but I was so proud I found it.
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A couple of my nicer ones out of many.
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Aluminum holder dug by itself - dug the Indian also & combined them..

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