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  1. #21
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    So many old sites to hunt....so little time.

    Aug 2007
    Above: 1786 Vermont landscape copper ryder 7 variety. Found August 2007
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    Re: LARGE CENT CACHE (It's Mindblowing!)

    Quote Originally Posted by Earthworks
    Heres the place where they were found.
    Great picture Earthworks. Looks like a very peaceful place to hunt. Except for all the chatter your detector makes running over those large cents...
    2014 Notable Finds :

    1837 Hard Times Token (Millions For Defence Not One Cent For Tribute)
    2 Indian Heads including a nice 1872 Key date
    Gold Class Ring (1957)
    Native American knife blade
    NYC & HRRR Co. Lock
    Eagle button


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  3. #22
    us
    May 2007
    stroudsburg pa
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    Re: LARGE CENT CACHE (It's Mindblowing!)

    WOW!!!! that is one heck of a sweet haul,now go get some more

  4. #23

    Nov 2006
    New Jersey
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    Re: LARGE CENT CACHE (It's Mindblowing!)

    YIKES !!!! Definitely needs to on the banner. You won't be forgetting that hunt. Excellent. Good luck on the future hunts there.
    Take care, Mike in NJ
    WEEKEND CLAD COUNTER 2007
    Pennies:   2094
    Nickels:    436
    Dimes:     917
    Quarters: 648
    Kennedy Half Dollars: 4
    Susan B Anthony: 1
    Sac Dollar: 1
    George Washington Dollar coin: 1
    Total Clad Coins: 4095
    Total Amount: $301.33

  5. #24
    us
    Coin Hunter

    Nov 2005
    Wichita, Ks ~ USA
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    Re: LARGE CENT CACHE (It's Mindblowing!)

    Wow!!!!!!!!!!!!
    That is mind blowing that you would find all those LC's in the same area.
    You guys did great and I am happy for you!
    I found my first one 1845 Large Cent earlier this year and I took one of my buddies back to the spot where I found mine and he found I think an 1852.
    Incredible story, can't wait to here more when you go back and find more since it was getting dark.
    Sounds like you guys found a Honey Hole.
    HH
    [move]Keep on keepin on...........[/move]

  6. #25

    Re: LARGE CENT CACHE (It's Mindblowing!)

    Nice going guys, that is an accopmplishment and I am sure on followup trips more might appear, I would not call your finds a cache by any means of the definition, more like an area where someone or several people did the same thing day after day, like cut wood, or get off their horse, or something like that, but not a cache which I consider a group of coins buried (not lost) together in a container of some type,whether cloth, wood or metal.

    Over the years we have found simliar finds in numbers like that at homesteads and usually for us they were at areas that indicated work area or where they got off a horse. Tavern sites also have quantites lost close together like that.

    If I read your post right , that is 11 large cents from the general area, if so, that is great if only one or two homesteads involved, if more than get out there and find them.

    Good Post

    Don
    "The mantra has always been don't clean a (copper) coin or it will lose value.
    For undug coins this is true. For dug coins this is untrue.
    The value will increase with judicious cleaning."

  7. #26
    us
    Mar 2007
    central ohio
    MINELAB E TRAC x 2
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    Re: LARGE CENT CACHE (It's Mindblowing!)

    Great finds and keep working that place!!!!!!
    teverly

  8. #27

    Mar 2003
    Eastern North Carolina
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    Re: LARGE CENT CACHE (It's Mindblowing!)

    super terrific finds guys wtg. thanks for sharing
    hh
    dave+bobbie
    dave-enc

  9. #28
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    Aug 2007
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    Re: LARGE CENT CACHE (It's Mindblowing!)

    pack breakfast n lunch and go go go again tomorrow...holey moley
    Live your life in such a way, that when your feet hit the floor  in the morning, satan shudders and says, OH CHIT, SHE'S AWAKE.

  10. #29

    Oct 2006
    North Alabama
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    Re: LARGE CENT CACHE (It's Mindblowing!)

    Worthy of the Banner indeed!!!

  11. #30
    us
    Nov 2007
    Middle Tennessee
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    Both Beach Hunting, and Field Hunting

    Re: LARGE CENT CACHE (It's Mindblowing!)

    wow! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !! !
    Proud Supporter of the Siegel High School Band

  12. #31

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    Re: LARGE CENT CACHE (It's Mindblowing!)

    wtg Bergie! that's awesome!
    'Never be afraid to try something new. Remember, amateurs built the ark. Professionals built the Titanic.'

  13. #32

    Jul 2005
    brandon,fla
    minelab ex 2, wot,and joey coils, garrett deepseeker,whites 6000 di pro
    74

    Re: LARGE CENT CACHE (It's Mindblowing!)

    wow bergie, you and earthworks had a great day...nothin like pullin those old coins out of the ground like that...i would be right back there tomarrow....lol

  14. #33
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    Re: LARGE CENT CACHE (It's Mindblowing!)

    Amazing day...

    Congrats!

  15. #34
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    AWESOME!!!!!!!! yes yes YES!!!

    Nice hunting!!

  16. #35
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    May 2007
    Western Colorado
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    Re: LARGE CENT CACHE (It's Mindblowing!)

    Well done boys,!!

    Not sure I would call it a cache... But it does seem one heck of a spill.
    I think they would be more concentrated if they were in a cache.

    But lets not pick nits.
    Great stuff. glad it was you.

    Good to look back on in a dry spell.
    Congrats.

    OD
    "Everybody dies"
    "But not everybody lives."

  17. #36
    us
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    Kansas
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    Re: LARGE CENT CACHE (It's Mindblowing!)

    looks like you guys found the honey hole. great job wish I was there.

  18. #37

    Re: LARGE CENT CACHE (It's Mindblowing!)

    One of the best stories I've ever read on T-Net! Finding Large Cents like shooting fish in a barrel, how crazy is that? Congrats on a truly memorable day! Chalk one up for woods hunting! By the way, I'm just curious, what state are you in and approximately how many acres are these woods?

  19. #38

    Aug 2004
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    Re: LARGE CENT CACHE (It's Mindblowing!)


    Thanks to all for comments. We are in New York and the site is probably 10-20 acres depending on how you consider it (has different parts to it and we still aren't sure how much was active with people so it could expand or contract as we figure that out). My new theory I woke up with this morning is these coins fell out of pockets as someone or a few people were dismounting or mounting horses to water them. There's an old pond (now empty) right there. If they fell out of pockets while walking, standing or sitting, some wouldn't have gone a few feet away, but off a horse they would have spread a little. Because they were all Large Cents, it leads me to believe only a few people lost all the coins. Otherwise, if it were a lot of people losing them, there would have been different kinds of coins. The empty pond is swampy now, but I could see it drying up in the Summer if we got a decent period without rain. Then we have to hit that good.

  20. #39
    us
    Jan 2007
    West Virginia, USA
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    Re: LARGE CENT CACHE (It's Mindblowing!)

    WOW i'd just love to find one ! great finds Bergie congrats

  21. #40

    Jul 2005
    King William III Copper (1695-1703) Mid-Hudson Valley, NY
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    Re: LARGE CENT CACHE (It's Mindblowing!)

    Simply spectacular! Great day, great finds and a wonderful post! Keep digging.... and good luck!

    GD

 

 
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