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  1. #16

    Re: EDWARD111 SILVER HOARD

    Whao!!!
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  2. #17

    Re: EDWARD111 SILVER HOARD

    Quote Originally Posted by CRUSADER
    Other than the obivious Banner statement (which this surely is!), all I can say is:
    'It must be a dream come true'

    I don't think I even own 1 groat, let along a hand full

    I would have been happy with just one of those.

    I can't see the BM wanting those (might be wrong), but I hope you get to keep them.
    I'll swop you a Groat for a Stater
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  3. #18

    Sep 2006
    Mishawaka Indiana
    Minelab Explorer SE & Garrett Ace 250
    248
    5 times
    Banner Finds (1)

    Re: EDWARD111 SILVER HOARD

    i hope you dont mind but i am going to make the picture you posted of the whole lot my desktop background ..... to inspire me. you see, i live in northern indiana and am lucky to find and indian head or early silver.

    way to go and good luck on your next hunt in the ploughed up field !!!

    mark (a.k.a. ivy_walls)
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    Best finds so far ... 10K & 14K gold ring, 1 troy ounce .999 pure silver, 1876 & (2) 1907 indian head, & a 1977 Kennedy half dollar, 1952 Franklin Half Dollar, 1943 & '43 Merc Dime

  4. #19

    Re: EDWARD111 SILVER HOARD

    What a find, this is what detecting is all about. Well done Tyre kicker, just raising a glass of wine to you !.

    HH Robert.
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  5. #20

    Re: EDWARD111 SILVER HOARD

    Quote Originally Posted by ivy_walls
    i hope you dont mind but i am going to make the picture you posted of the whole lot my desktop background ..... to inspire me. you see, i live in northern indiana and am lucky to find and indian head or early silver.

    way to go and good luck on your next hunt in the ploughed up field !!!

    mark (a.k.a. ivy_walls)
    Thanks...and be my guest
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  6. #21

    Re: EDWARD111 SILVER HOARD

    Quote Originally Posted by robfinds
    What a find, this is what detecting is all about. Well done Tyre kicker, just raising a glass of wine to you !.

    HH Robert.
    Save me a glass Rob we will have to organize a hunt one weekend
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  7. #22
    us
    Jan 2007
    Clifton, NJ
    176
    2 times
    Banner Finds (1)

    Re: EDWARD111 SILVER HOARD

    Incredible Coins!! What a great day of detecting! Major congrats!! They are huge! Great job. Pannonian
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  8. #23
    us
    Sep 2008
    KANSAS CITY METRO
    SIMPLEX, EQUINOX AND TESORO
    700
    375 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Re: EDWARD111 SILVER HOARD

    What a fantastic find!

    In the U.S. years ago we had the "GHOST BUSTERS", but I think that Tyre Kicker can now be called an Honorary GROAT BUSTER!!

    I am sorry, I just could not resist!!! Those are aw some! I realize that we don't do it for the money, but, what would you guess to be the value (USD) of that group of groats?

    Thanks!~ Bob
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  9. #24

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    Well deserving of a spot on the banner.

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  10. #25
    us
    Apr 2007
    Southern CA
    Minelab Explorer SE; X-1 Target Probe; Pro Coil, 6x8 SEF, Coiltek Platypus Elliptical, Sunray X8, Expl. 1050 coils
    2,774
    13 times

    Re: EDWARD111 SILVER HOARD

    What an unbelievable site and sight!!

    Banner All The Way!!

    Congrats, Tyre!! This is why we do what we do and love it so much!!

    HH,
    CAPTN SE
    Dan
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  11. #26
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    Jun 2006
    Moonlight and Magnolias
    Fisher F75, Whites DualField PI, Fisher 1266-X and Tesoro Silver ?Max
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    7746 times
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    Re: EDWARD111 SILVER HOARD

    Quote Originally Posted by tyre kicker
    Quote Originally Posted by CRUSADER
    Other than the obivious Banner statement (which this surely is!), all I can say is:
    'It must be a dream come true'

    I don't think I even own 1 groat, let along a hand full

    I would have been happy with just one of those.

    I can't see the BM wanting those (might be wrong), but I hope you get to keep them.
    I'll swop you a Groat for a Stater


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  12. #27
    So many old sites to hunt....so little time.

    Aug 2007
    Upstate NY
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    Re: EDWARD111 SILVER HOARD

    Quote Originally Posted by tyre kicker
    Quote Originally Posted by civilman1
    HOLY SH~T TK.....I have no idea on a Groat but I know something about Sweet Find's and you just posted it........UNBELIEVABLE..HAT'S OFF TO YA!!!!!!!
    Hi.....a groat is four pence half groat two pence, this would have been a massive loss
    One time when I was little my mom took us to the petting zoo and let me pet the groats. Awesome recoveries there.
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  13. #28
    us
    Mar 2008
    Indiana
    Tesoro: Cortes,Tiger Shark,& Vaquero
    335
    7 times

    Re: EDWARD111 SILVER HOARD

    MAN...I'D HAVE A HARD TIME TURNING THOSE IN FOR SURE!!!!!!!
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  14. #29
    us
    Your best find is still in the ground somewhere

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    Re: EDWARD111 SILVER HOARD

    That is just fabulous! I've never seen anything like those before.

    Congrats,
    Nat
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  15. #30

    Feb 2007
    Bradenton, Fl
    ACE 250, Minelab Excal II, ETrac, Infiniuim
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    771 times
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    Re: EDWARD111 SILVER HOARD

    Well done!!! We are all so envious!!!
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    Debby

 

 
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