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  1. #526

    Feb 2005
    133

    Re: The Iceberg story- updated 2/23/07

    Superb story and Site. I have only found one similar once. On a military base. I lucked into an area on the side of an old building ( turned out to be a training theater) and in a 50 x 60 ft area I pulled 3 rings, 19 silver coins with 3 1930 Silver dollars from one hole. Even got an 18k gold watch and band from there. Don't remember the wheats counts. Never found another spot like that, though I sure want too.

    I know of one area I grew up in where my GGramma said they used to have a carnival, and the kids would look in a haypile for coins.. middle of a filed now, but one of these days.........

  2. #527
    us
    Apr 2007
    Colonial, PA
    White's Pro XL
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    Re: The Iceberg story- updated 2/23/07

    Gives me hope.

  3. #528
    Thanks for playing. You lose.

    Aug 2006
    smAlbany, NY
    DFX
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    Re: 11-11 Iceberg Hunt. Sloshing in the mud and rain and MORE big silver!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Danimal
    yeah I noticed the S mintmark Nate...and I also noticed that the Redbook shows high values for all S mintmark SLQs...darn though this ones beat to hell...gouged on the reverse (not by me) and a big dent on the rim too.
    still...it's my second SLQ and one of the coins I really wanted from the 'Berg!
    We'll see how my neck feels in the morning.
    Who am I kidding...I'll prob. sleep in a bit and go on and dig some more.
    Crap that sux man. The best you can get without a date is the 1926, 1929, and 1930 values for that SLQ (I think its three bucks). Maybe a touch of electolysis will bring a good date out of that thing. What can it hurt right? At most right now it's only worth three bucks. What if you pull the 1918 8 over 7? The electrolysis won't matter. At this point electrolysis can only hurt if its only a 3 dollar coin? Sure it will not be worth as much as a 1918 8 over 7 would be, but without the electrolysis it's only a 3 dollar coin.
    Never underestimate the stupidity of people.

  4. #529
    us
    Sep 2007
    Bend, OR
    Minelab CTX 3030, Garrett AT Pro, Garrett GTAX 550, Fisher gold bug 2
    413
    54 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Re: The Iceberg story- updated 2/23/07

    is the spoon bent like that or did someone bend it. all in all some really cool finds
    If you are interested in buying Rare Coins & Collectibles check out my items for sale on my eBay. http://www.ebay.com/usr/collectorguy84

  5. #530
    us
    Jan 2005
    Choctaw Beach Florida
    Etrac, Equinox 800 and 600, tesoro Cibola with whites and minelab pinpointers
    7,001
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    Re: The Iceberg story- updated 2/23/07

    I have seen a lot of great virgin areas on Tnet and some great finds but the Iceburg tops them all!! Just the amounts of silver are amazing.
    God and country.

  6. #531

    Jan 2008
    Hawkinsville, Georgia
    MPx & BH - Challanger
    74
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Re: The Iceberg story- updated 2/23/07

    WOW what a fantastic place you have discovered! and so many wonderful discoveries already!!!

  7. #532
    Bryce-IL

    Aug 2007
    Wherever Silver's Hidin'
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    Re: The Iceberg story- updated 2/23/07

    This is one of the best posts I have ever read...and the pics are great. That's cool that you trust Bob and shared your spot with him. It's also cool that Bob has shared his spots with you...and you both can trust each other to keep your sites private. It's always nice to have someone to hunnt with and share finds with. Heck..my lady lasts about an hour maybe once a week or so...and that just doesn't cut it
    Here's the story of my BEST FIND EVERhttp://www.treasurenet.com/forums/be...find-ever.html

  8. #533

    Mar 2008
    Chicago IL
    Minelab_Excal_II Minelab_Explorer_SE_Pro w/ SunRay pinpointer & Garrett_Ace250
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    Re: The Iceberg story- updated 2/23/07

    Come check out my MD'ing videos:
    http://youtube.com/user/TreasureFiend

  9. #534

    Feb 2012
    North Pole
    Sovereign GT and Excalibur II, Whites, Garrett, Fisher, Alert, MD,Cscope,Tesoro, Compas, XP, Long Rs
    6,329
    2379 times
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    Congratulations
    One third jewelry of the World are under sand so far
    Finds2016
    Coins usables=800
    Silver= 8 pieces
    Gold= 2 Rings


  10. #535
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    Tommy

    Dec 2015
    Ann Arbor
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    my dream hunt wow
    This is an addiction!!! There is no cure!!! And it only gets worse!!!!! KEEP PLUGGIN AWAY!!!!!!!!!!

 

 
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