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  1. #31
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    Seeker of Fortune

    Jan 2005
    SE Minnesota
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    Re: GOLD MEDIEVAL HAMMERED DUCAT COIN, YESSS...

    Do what you gotta do. If you have to sell it, at least you got the picture, and more importantly, the RUSH of finding an awesome gold coin!
    WTG!

  2. #32
    ZumbroKid

    Re: GOLD MEDIEVAL HAMMERED DUCAT COIN, YESSS...

    Nice find, i wonder how many on here have found their gold coin so far?

  3. #33
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    Re: GOLD MEDIEVAL HAMMERED DUCAT COIN, YESSS...

    Thanks for the awesome comments! I've picked up the coin and looked at it 200 times or more, LOL! Only had about 1 hour today to get back on the field due to wifey's long honey do list, we just completed renovating a hallway and a room at the house. Found a few musket balls, 3 crusty coins and a nice 1817 silver coin. Had planned a hunt with Sand today but had to back out at the last minute, just too many things to get done. HH, Mike

  4. #34
    rvbvetter

    Re: GOLD MEDIEVAL HAMMERED DUCAT COIN, YESSS...

    WOW!! WOW!! WOW!! Not very original but it's about all I can think to say right now. Beautiful find!!!!! I can't even imagine the feeling when you first seen it. Congratulations!!!!! WTG!!! HH

  5. #35

    Jan 2006
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    Re: GOLD MEDIEVAL HAMMERED DUCAT COIN, YESSS...

    WTG Mike... Congrats. That is one awesome coin!
    Hope it all works out for you with the historical society!
    Bu

  6. #36

    Feb 2006
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    Re: GOLD MEDIEVAL HAMMERED DUCAT COIN, YESSS...

    What a great find. Congratulations! I applaud you for your integrity in reporting the find. I don't know if I could do that or not...Steve

  7. #37
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    Dave

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    Re: GOLD MEDIEVAL HAMMERED DUCAT COIN, YESSS...

    I put you in first place!!! Old and Gold!!! I like these kind of things..
    Old and Bronze too! haha!
    Okinawa Dave

  8. #38

    Feb 2006
    SW Oakland County, MI
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    Re: GOLD MEDIEVAL HAMMERED DUCAT COIN, YESSS...

    Wow Mike, what's it like being a member of the "Gold Club for Life" ??
    I hope to find out some day as well!!

    Any news on whether the authorities will permit you to keep it or not? And by the way - thanks for being totally transparent and above board with your find. It sets an excellent example for all of us.

    HH,
    Bob
    Bounty Hunter Land Star

  9. #39

    Re: GOLD MEDIEVAL HAMMERED DUCAT COIN, YESSS...

    Just wondering if there is an update on this find! Did you get to keep it?
    Finder of Things!

  10. #40

    Aug 2006
    Sydney Australia
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    Re: GOLD MEDIEVAL HAMMERED DUCAT COIN, YESSS...

    Mike congratulations,that is a beautiful find. 8)

  11. #41
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    Re: GOLD MEDIEVAL HAMMERED DUCAT COIN, YESSS...

    Latest update on my gold coin, I registered it with the Archaeology department over the phone. I have to take it in so they can physically see it and document the find. It sounded positive and they said it will be between myself and the landowner as I will have to split the value with the landowner, it is worth around $250.00ish. Also talked to the landowner and showed them the coin, they said they didn't want their half and I can keep the coin/money, but it is not for sale, helped their son look for an engagment ring last year so that may have helped with their decision of not taking their half, did not find the ring unfortunately. I'll atleast buy them a case of beer, LOL! HH, Mike

  12. #42

    Jul 2006
    The Netherlands
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    Re: GOLD MEDIEVAL HAMMERED DUCAT COIN, YESSS...

    Thats a great find Mike, but whats really special is the way you are handling things.
    Hounesty will pay off!!!!!

    Only respect for your hounesty , and thats the way it should be!!!

    Just get the Farmer some Bitburger and he will be pleased

  13. #43
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    Re: GOLD MEDIEVAL HAMMERED DUCAT COIN, YESSS...

    Excellent find Mike - Love that "color"!

  14. #44
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    Re: GOLD MEDIEVAL HAMMERED DUCAT COIN, YESSS...

    I'm glad that everything worked out for you. Honesty really is the best policy. Trust and rapport can't be bought at any price. Take care, and thank you for sharing such a great find with all of us.

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  15. #45

    Re: GOLD MEDIEVAL HAMMERED DUCAT COIN, YESSS...

    Congrat's on the brilliant find Mike, I hope I can join you in the gold coin club soon
    Don't piss down my back, then tell me it's raining.

 

 
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