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  • Over 10,000

    7 3.72%
  • 5000-10000

    5 2.66%
  • 2500-5000

    4 2.13%
  • 1000-2500

    14 7.45%
  • 500-1000

    19 10.11%
  • 250-500

    17 9.04%
  • 100-250

    24 12.77%
  • 50-100

    21 11.17%
  • 20-50

    25 13.30%
  • 10-20

    19 10.11%
  • 5-10

    12 6.38%
  • Less than 5

    21 11.17%
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  1. #331
    fi
    Oct 2019
    Finland
    XP Deus with 11" 35XP coil
    22
    135 times
    Metal Detecting
    Quote Originally Posted by Mackaydon View Post
    Ramsundi,
    Welcome to treasurenet.
    SoCal Don........
    Thank you very much! 😊

  2. #332
    us
    Mar 2013
    Fisher Gold Bug Pro Tesoro Cibola Nokta Pointer; Phillips SHS5200 phones
    2,011
    3255 times
    Metal Detecting
    I found a 1912-S V-Nickel...!
    ...the year of the Titanic Disaster...!
    Not that good of shape, but its my only V-Nickel, too...!
    Click image for larger version. 

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    Last edited by eyemustdigtreasure; Oct 17, 2019 at 08:34 PM.
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    Stick With It - It's not *IF* you'll find the good stuff , but WHEN!

  3. #333

    Jun 2015
    86
    170 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    My most valuable coin, was actually my very first target in metal detecting. It sparked and fueled my passion for love if it all.
    1845 seated large O dime.
    A day i will NEVER forget. Found with an ace 150

  4. #334

    Nov 2019
    3
    9 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    I suspect that this is about metal detector finds. I do not detect that way, but I search eBay for unattributed or misattributed coins. To that end I have discovered many worth $500 to $1500 and while not purchasing it, discovered on worth $6,000 recently. The buyer got a huge bargain BTW.

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    Last edited by Marshalll; Nov 02, 2019 at 02:55 PM.
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    For our struggle is not against flesh and blood...

  5. #335
    us
    Wood Butcher

    Apr 2013
    Indian River Co., Fl
    AT MAX & Carrot, Nokta Pulse Dice (:
    548
    699 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Quote Originally Posted by Marshalll View Post
    I suspect that this is about metal detector finds. I do not detect that way, but I search eBay for unattributed or misattributed coins. To that end I have discovered many worth $500 to $1500 and while not purchasing it, discovered on worth $6,000 recently. The buyer got a huge bargain BTW.

    Click image for larger version. 

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    Neat but can you fill in between the lines for us in on the particulars of this one? I'm not familiar with this series.
    Thanks.

    EDIT: The ID appeared on the file name when I enlarged the image. "1793 NC-6 Obverse"
    Hopefully it was OK to list it.
    Last edited by PetesPockets55; Nov 03, 2019 at 09:50 PM.
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  6. #336
    us
    George

    Jun 2019
    Ak,Tn
    Minelab, Fisher
    345
    656 times
    Prospecting
    One of a kind 50 BC Celtic 1/4 Gold Stater.....Click image for larger version. 

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  7. #337
    us
    Dec 2017
    Northeast Ohio
    Garret ACE 300 and a carrot
    209
    283 times
    Metal Detecting
    I really started mding this June, I had a detector before but only used it like once or twice, but still I think I did decent this year. My best is either my 1831 British penny (my profile pic) or my 1864 IHP. I haven't cleaned up the IHP all the way, but it isn't crusty like some are and from what I see so far it is in pretty good condition, since it is dirty I don't know if it has an L or not yet but either way it should be worth a few bucks. The 1831 penny isn't in super great condition, nevertheless it is my favorite and oldest find.
    2019 Totals:
    Metal Detecting
    • Coppers: 1831 King William IV Penny, 1882 5 Lepta, 1864-L IHP
    • Silvers: 1942 Walking Liberty, 1 washington, 2 mercs, 4 rosies
    • Favorite Relics: 1830s flatbutton, early-mid/late 1800s Crotal Bell, Skeleton key

    Coin Roll Hunting and change money
    • Silvers: 1944 merc, 1948 Washington, roll of 1967 halves
    • Others: 1945 wheat


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