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  1. #31

    Jun 2006
    203 times
    Banner Finds (2)

    Re: 4 GW BUTTONS -Appraisal Added

    congrats again MM on your incredible buttons find . del

  2. #32
    Dec 2004
    Troy X5
    40 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Re: 4 GW BUTTONS -Appraisal Added

    no words for this one........
    All animals are equal, but some are more equal then others. -George Orwell

  3. #33
    Jul 2006
    Corpus Christi, Tx.
    Garrett Ace 250
    14 times

    Re: 4 GW BUTTONS -Appraisal Added

    Congrats on a Happy ending! You should have enough for a New MD, & a Trip to go Hunting! Also, you never know what an Auction will
    result in! $$$$ HH Joe
    Corpus Christi, Tx.
                          Member of the Vast Right Wing Conspiracy!

  4. #34

    Sep 2006
    Queensland, Australia
    Minelab Sov. Elite / Explorer II
    6 times

    Re: 4 GW BUTTONS -Appraisal Added

    WOW!!! AWESOME!!!
    I had no idea so i couldn't truely appreiciate your find. Then I read some articles people have linked to and- WOW- I'm SPEACHLESS

    As Bono Says..."I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For."

  5. #35

    Re: 4 GW BUTTONS -Appraisal Added

    All I can say is - IT DOESN'T GET MUCH BETTER THAN THAT! CONGRATULATIONS! WHAT A FANTASTIC SITE! WONDERFUL FINDS! By the way, how big is the area your searching?

  6. #36
    R.I.P. Rich Hartford

    Aug 2006
    Extreme Northern NJ
    whites classic sl,whites surfmaster,garrett ATX
    439 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Re: 4 GW BUTTONS -Appraisal Added

    Thanks everyone. The area of the grove was about 40 ft wide by 20 ft deep on the side of a hill.There were no special features to set it apart from anything else in the woods.Directly in front is an opening in a stone wall.

  7. #37

    Re: 4 GW BUTTONS -Appraisal Added

    Great finds and great appraisals. You should get on Antiques Roadshow next time they are in your area!! What a fascinating bit (4 bits, plus the coins, LOL) of American history. Finding even one of those buttons would have made me ecstatic, but to find 4 of them in a small area is phenomenal. I tip my hat to you, and to GW -- our greatest president.

  8. #38

    Mar 2004
    1 times

    Re: 4 GW BUTTONS -Appraisal Added

    Good going. gives the rest of us hope. Cladius.

  9. #39
    Timber tromper-Bushwhacker-Cornstalker

    Jul 2006
    Northeast KY
    2 Whites MXT's Goldscan 5 PI
    7 times

    Re: 4 GW BUTTONS -Appraisal Added

    Fantastic MM! I hereby predict that the appraisal is considerably low, assuming they are in a well advertised specialist auction. And assuming you decide to sell them.

    I second the motion to get yourself on TV!

    Major Congrats again!
    Have detectors will travel

  10. #40
    Jul 2006
    4 times

    Re: 4 GW BUTTONS -Appraisal Added

    "She told me that they were not worth as much as an un-dug example(understandably)but she said that many people she contacted to help determine the value wanted to know more details about (where and how they were found)".
    Yeah; I'll bet they want to know where they were found! I wouldn't say peep!
    It's not what you find that matters....it's the thrill of the Hunt!

  11. #41

    Feb 2006
    Hunterdon County, New Jersey
    Whites, M6, Classic III, 5900 DI Pro Plus

    Re: 4 GW BUTTONS -Appraisal Added

    Way to go MM2. I hunt Western NJ also, Huntrdon County. Found a pair of NJ coppers but, never any buttons.
    I keep threating to move to Florida, but, the hunting is pretty good in this area. We should get together sometime for coffee or a beer and swap some stories. Also, Im trying to get some guys together to do a hunt in the Battle of Bound Brook area. I grew up around there and used to go to a swimming hole in the area, interested, shoot me an Email.
    Whites M6, Whites Classic III ,Whites 59900 Di Pro plus, guess Im a Whites guy!!

  12. #42
    Jul 2006
    Western PA
    Minelab Explorer SE With a plethora of coils
    1311 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Banner Finds (1)

    Re: 4 GW BUTTONS -Appraisal Added

    Wow sweet! I cant fathom how they were not deeper do you think because it was a hillside?
    Seek and Ye shall find, (not necessarily what You were looking for)

  13. #43

    Apr 2006
    Middletown, NY
    AT Pro & Ace 250
    22 times

    Re: 4 GW BUTTONS -Appraisal Added

    great finds and congrats on the appraisals!!!


  14. #44

    Nov 2006
    Edmonton, Alberta

    Re: 4 GW BUTTONS -Appraisal Added

    Wow! I didn't realize old buttons could be so valuable. Congrats!
    Coincidence is the explanation given by fools and liars.

  15. #45
    Feb 2005
    West Michigan
    A stick with a box at one end and a round thing on the other.
    511 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Banner Finds (1)

    Re: 4 GW BUTTONS -Appraisal Added


    Some very excellent finds!

    Welcome and HH


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