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longbow62

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I went back to my plantation spot today. Dug a ton of trash, but came away with some nice things. 2 more flat buttons. Another Shield nickel. This time no date but you can still see some details. I had never found one before last weekend and now I've dug 2. I also got a 1902 O Barber dime, a 1919 Wheat Cent, and a taco'ed aluminum token that says good for 1 quart of milk. The find of the day is some kind of stamp maker with the plantation name and the owners initials on it (I had to mark out the plantation name to not give the site location). I might mention the stamp thing was made in Memphis TN.. My digging buddy found a wagon tag from 1915, and a nice octagon token. The name on the token would give the area away so it's not pictured.
 

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I went back to my plantation spot today. Dug a ton of trash, but came away with some nice things. 2 more flat buttons. Another Shield nickel. This time no date but you can still see some details. I had never found one before last weekend and now I've dug 2. I also got a 1902 O Barber dime, a 1919 Wheat Cent, and a taco'ed aluminum token that says good for 1 quart of milk. The find of the day is some kind of stamp maker with the plantation name and the owners initials on it (I had to mark out the plantation name to not give the site location). I might mention the stamp thing was made in Memphis TN.. My digging buddy found a wagon tag from 1915, and a nice octagon token. The name on the token would give the area away so it's not pictured.
Very Nice!!! Congrats!!!
 
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