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  1. #31
    us
    Sep 2003
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    Re: Happy Happy Gypsy

    Sweet!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! congrats that is awsome!!!! I cant wait to see the other treasures you find there!!
    10,000 light years from nowhere, our planet shot to pieces, people starving, and I'm gonna get us in trouble!! Whats the matter with you!?

    http://www.reverbnation.com/akiaslanfear

  2. #32
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    Random chance seems to have operated in our favor

    Oct 2004
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    Re: Happy Happy Gypsy

    Gypsy, that is just totally amazing!! Couldn't happen to a better person. Dress warm and get some extra padding for those knees. Pack in a thermos of coffee and remember to stay calm. LOL Good luck tomorrow and HH!

  3. #33
    us
    Looking for that ONE find.

    Nov 2005
    South Central Kansas
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    Re: Happy Happy Gypsy

    Sorry Gypsy no need to go back to the site. That light you see out your window is me searching now. Thanks for the site.
    You no the old saying when Gypsy's happy we all are Happy. WTG I just hope you realize there is a hunting limit on bottles that are 1890 or older. Your sad friend who needs lots of bottles. Burdie

  4. #34
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    Ben from NH, the Z means nothing

    Dec 2004
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    Re: Happy Happy Gypsy

    Nice haul Gypsy! Any ideas to what the button in the third photo (toward the right) is? What a site you found!... should keep you out of trouble for a while. -Ben
    Pay no attention to that man behind the curtain

  5. #35
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    Ben from NH, the Z means nothing

    Dec 2004
    Brentwood, NH
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    Re: Happy Happy Gypsy

    That pitcher appears to be the real McCoy... McCoy pottery, that is. Here it is in a different color. Again, nice finds! http://www.rubylane.com/shops/bridge...y,id=2.24.html
    Pay no attention to that man behind the curtain

  6. #36

    Feb 2006
    Lake City FL
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    Re: Happy Happy Gypsy

    Wonderful finds you made there ,couldn't of happened to a more deserving person than yourself.Good things happen to good people,karma you know. Take two big bags to haul the loot next trip! Good Luck ...Bob
    2006 AUROA MICROPULSE UNDERWATER,2006 minelab excalibur 1000

  7. #37
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    417 Area Relic Hunters

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    Springfield, Missouri
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    Re: Happy Happy Gypsy

    Congratulations Gypsy! I hope you find more, looks like a great spot. Tsgman
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  8. #38

    Mar 2005
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    Re: Happy Happy Gypsy

    Quote Originally Posted by nhbenz
    That pitcher appears to be the real McCoy... MCoy pottery, that is. Here it is in a different color. Again, nice finds! http://www.rubylane.com/shops/bridge...y,id=2.24.html

    well there you have it! pre WW2. great research nhbenz!!
    GTI 2500/ACE 250

  9. #39
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    Ben from NH, the Z means nothing

    Dec 2004
    Brentwood, NH
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    Re: Happy Happy Gypsy

    Sometimes the McCoy marks are hard to read, sometimes they're just marked it "USA" ... but thats all I know about that. Keep going Gypsy!
    Pay no attention to that man behind the curtain

  10. #40
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    us
    Jan 2005
    Choctaw Beach Florida
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    Re: Happy Happy Gypsy

    Holy smokes!!!!!!!! You are the luckest person alive!!! Great story and keep us posted. Good stuff!!!!!!!!!
    God and country.

  11. #41
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    Jan 2005
    Eugene Oregon
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    Re: Happy Happy Gypsy

    Nice finds. Love that swastica pitcher. Keep diggun!!!!!!!!!!

  12. #42
    rvbvetter

    Re: Happy Happy Gypsy

    Holy Mackeral!!!!!! Fantastic!!!!!!
    Take some chicken wire with you when you go back. The kind with the little squares. You can use it to screen the dirt. Looks like you found someones stash.
    There may be lots more. Get some sleep tonight (yeah right) and good luck in the morning. WTG!!!! HH

  13. #43

    Oct 2005
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    Re: Happy Happy Gypsy

    GYPSY, It Just Doesn't Get Much Better Than That, Congrats On Your Great Finds. trk5capt... 8)

  14. #44
    us
    Feb 2005
    Bavaria Germany
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    Re: Happy Happy Gypsy

    You are totally amazing!!! Took me ten minutes to recover from the AWE. I just stared at the beautiful exonumia and coinage, fantastic! That's some nice treasure and probably loads more to come. Have you read up on bottle digging and sifting? I wonder if that mini coin cache was burried, $1.78ish was a lot of money in 1900. The swastika pitcher is probably the kinder gentler swastika that meant power and good luck before Hitler got a hold of it, any markings or hallmarks on it? Would be interesting to know if it's American or European. Great finds and I'm looking forward to more! HH, Mike PS, I always wear knee pads, the flattish kind work better than the rounded type, they also keep your knees warm in cold weather, LOL! HH

  15. #45
    finder of lost articles

    Nov 2005
    Western New York
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    Re: Happy Happy Gypsy

    Very nice You should sift the dirt under that tree for coin that may be fell out while being buried.

    Tim
    Get out and dig

 

 
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