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  1. #16
    us
    Jan 2012
    MS, Lynchberg
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    Quote Originally Posted by longcut View Post
    Must be too hot on you boys down in south Misipy !!!!!!!!!!!!!! LOL !!!!! No posts ............. If ya'll can get out in this weather, uins a lot tougher than I am ...
    Lol. That's what I was thinking. Must be hot up North in Hattiesburg.
    You guys hibernating?
    Last edited by bonepicker; Jul 13, 2015 at 12:13 AM.
    Another day older and deeper in debt.

  2. #17

    Oct 2014
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    Ha no we are still around, I was laying tile all weekend and didn't get to detect any. Might try to hit it this after noon.
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  3. #18
    us
    Jun 2015
    Petal, MS
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    I sure hope we go again real soon. I'm itching to try out my new AT Pro! Got a couple little digs in over the past few days to help with my withdrawals, but I need a good hunt! lol!
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  4. #19
    us
    Metal Detectorist and Adventurer

    Jun 2015
    Southern Mississippi!
    Garrett AT Pro Nel Storm Coil, XP Deus 11" Coil, Minelab Equinox 600, White's TRX, Teknetics TekPoint, XP MI-6 Pinpointers, Lesche shovels
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    It has been extremely hot lately around here (as you all know).
    I have been hitting the playground at the elementary school up the road from my house lately.
    Mostly clad, some broken earrings, and can slaw.
    I did find a 1984 Commonwealth of Bahama 5 cent piece, and today I found a Namco gaming token (rang up like a modern shield Penny on my AT Pro, but was as big as a nickel).
    Picked up a Sacagawea dollar coin at the Calhoun football field.
    No great finds as of late!
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  5. #20
    us
    Metal Detectorist and Adventurer

    Jun 2015
    Southern Mississippi!
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    Forgot to post the pics of my finds from that day!
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  6. #21
    us
    Mar 2008
    South Mississippi
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    That was a fun spot, hope we can hit another one someday.
    The deeper I dig, the more dirt I find.

  7. #22
    us
    Jan 2012
    MS, Lynchberg
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    Those rings cleaned up well, muerte.
    Namco, wasn't that Atari era?
    Another day older and deeper in debt.

  8. #23
    us
    Metal Detectorist and Adventurer

    Jun 2015
    Southern Mississippi!
    Garrett AT Pro Nel Storm Coil, XP Deus 11" Coil, Minelab Equinox 600, White's TRX, Teknetics TekPoint, XP MI-6 Pinpointers, Lesche shovels
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    The Namco token looked just like this one:
    http://en.numista.com/catalogue/pieces22210.html
    I have found two of the Aladdin's castle ones around the Sharon area, but this is my first Namco.
    I am very interested in Tokens, not necessarily gaming tokens, but tax and payment tokens.
    That book "Brozenes and Doodlum: Private Money in Mississppi" is in the Laurel Public library upstairs in the Geneology section.
    I have it on my watch list on Ebay. It is out of print. I missed one the other day that went for $40 (it was even signed by Mr. Chatham).
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  9. #24
    us
    Jan 2012
    MS, Lynchberg
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    Cool token. Seems like I remember Namco being a manufacturer of some of the old Atari games back when I had my Atari 2600. The good old days.
    I like old tokens too. Ive been finding the hell out of tax tokens lately. I think I have found 3 in the past week or so. All MS, AL, LA., but I prefer the older trade tokens which are a little more rare.
    That book "Brozenes and Doodlum", is a pretty good book. I have seen some on the site Andy posted that weren't in the book, but between that book and the site Andy posted on his token thread, you cant go wrong.
    I bought mine on ebay for $37 after shipping a few months ago. So $40 seems like the going rate.
    A couple more good books if you like old Military Buttons.
    "Uniform Buttons of the United States, 1776-1865 by Warren Tice"
    "Record of American Uniform and Historical Buttons HC Book Alphaeus Albert 1976"
    They could be in your library too.
    Another day older and deeper in debt.

 

 
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