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    us
    Nov 2008
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    Re: My 2010 Season: Coppers, Silvers, Buttons, and the Marquis de Lafayette

    You had a great year my friend! We will all hook up this next year.

    Mike

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    Re: My 2010 Season: Coppers, Silvers, Buttons, and the Marquis de Lafayette

    Another well earned bunch of colonial goodness I am actually jealous of the KG III copper That coin seems to be so hard for me to find

    Thanks for taking the time to research, dig and post

    VPR

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    Mar 2007
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    Re: My 2010 Season: Coppers, Silvers, Buttons, and the Marquis de Lafayette

    wow u had a great year i hope 2011 will also be a great year for u

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    Jan 2007
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    Re: My 2010 Season: Coppers, Silvers, Buttons, and the Marquis de Lafayette

    Kyle, it's going to be very difficult to best 2010 in QUALITY and QUANTITY of great coins and relics. That's an incredible number of historic buttons. WTG and thanks for your expertise regarding helping us identify some Colonial relics that Dmand and I dug during the year. WTG, Quindy.
    View more Tenn. Trio hunts by going to "You Tube" & typing in "Quindy Robertson".

  5. #20

    Outstanding Kyle!

    That's an appetizing colonial dish you're serving there. Looks like the main course is an extra big helping of coppers, sprinkled with a little silver. And some nice buttons for dessert. But I'm sure all that did not satisfy your appetite, and you'll be back to the table soon. Congrats on a super year!! Bill
    MY BOOK HAS SOLD OUT OF ALL 1200+ COPIES IN LESS THAN 4 MONTHS. NO 2ND PRINTING IS ANTICIPATED AT THIS TIME. THANKS TO ALL WHO MADE THIS PROJECT A SUCCESS.


  6. #21
    umrgolf

    Re: My 2010 Season: Coppers, Silvers, Buttons, and the Marquis de Lafayette

    Again, your group had a great year last year! I think that Lafayette seal was in the Top 5 of T-net last year, no doubt.. and then the pistareen what an awesome 2010. Here's to continued success this season

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    Re: My 2010 Season: Coppers, Silvers, Buttons, and the Marquis de Lafayette

    Quote Originally Posted by umrgolf
    Again, your group had a great year last year! I think that Lafayette seal was in the Top 5 of T-net last year, no doubt.. and then the pistareen what an awesome 2010. Here's to continued success this season
    Thanks, Jeff! That wax seal may not have gotten ID'ed if you weren't the first one to spark everyone's interest.

    I hope you are having a great time in Russia! I bet there is plenty to see and do!

    Kyle

 

 
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