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    Russ

    Jul 2013
    Cental Kentucky
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    First Indian

    After seemingly forever of hunting, I have found my first Indianhead penny. An almost perfect 1898! Needless to say I am very happy.Click image for larger version. 

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    Oldest Copper.. 1736 KGII Half Penny / Oldest Silver... 1756 Spanish Half Real

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    Nice digs and thanks for those pictures
    Remember its not the treasures we find or the length of the journey. But the fact that when we are done we can look back at our life and smile with a satisfied feeling that we enjoyed the trip. So always "Keep Swinging And Keep Smiling"

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    Amazing! Those details are really sharp!

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    Russ

    Jul 2013
    Cental Kentucky
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    Yes I was very happy with the condition. The house was built in early 1800's so hopefully it has friends.

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    Never know maybe there's a whole tribe!

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    Russ

    Jul 2013
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    I can only hope so.

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    Russ

    Jul 2013
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    Quote Originally Posted by antique man View Post
    Never know maybe there's a whole tribe!
    I can only hope so I will yell if I find myself outnumbered

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    Ok hopefully they are peaceful.

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    1320

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    East Central Kentucky
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    Amazing condition! Love the patina. Have to agree, should be more coins...best of luck!

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    Russ

    Jul 2013
    Cental Kentucky
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1320 View Post
    Amazing condition! Love the patina. Have to agree, should be more coins...best of luck!
    thanks

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    Feb 2013
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    Congrats keep hunting

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    Relic hunter

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    Congrats on a Super nice Indian Head, with that copper coming out of the ground that sweet hopefully you will find some more in the same condition and even some readible buffalo nickles, which most of the time is hard to find. Good Luck, Bill

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    Russ

    Jul 2013
    Cental Kentucky
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    Quote Originally Posted by nova treasure View Post
    Congrats on a Super nice Indian Head, with that copper coming out of the ground that sweet hopefully you will find some more in the same condition and even some readible buffalo nickles, which most of the time is hard to find. Good Luck, Bill
    thanks. I have hunted this same site twice before and have found only paper shotguns shells. The owner has found a silver quarter and a barber dime on the surface of her fields so I know there is more. I'm guessing the switch to the AT Pro helped some.

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    Sweet IHP there, waiting for fields to open up still here. Will find more IHP and maybe some large cents , 1/2 cent and 2 cents are still on my bucket listing !

    If you get a chance you should try a Safari, it seems to be popular with lots of folks for relic type areas and is still deadly on buttons and coin finding. I switched to E-Trac myself love the audio adjustments much more, can barely understand the Safaris talk now sadly tho.

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    Russ

    Jul 2013
    Cental Kentucky
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    28 times
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    Quote Originally Posted by CoinandRelicMan View Post
    Sweet IHP there, waiting for fields to open up still here. Will find more IHP and maybe some large cents , 1/2 cent and 2 cents are still on my bucket listing ! If you get a chance you should try a Safari, it seems to be popular with lots of folks for relic type areas and is still deadly on buttons and coin finding. I switched to E-Trac myself love the audio adjustments much more, can barely understand the Safaris talk now sadly tho.
    thanks I will keep that in mind. Good luck hunting.

 

 
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