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    Bharp Detectorist

    Dec 2016
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    Marble and Seated Silver

    Hi Cheese,

    I got another glass marble to ID today. Also found the 1853 dime metal detecting as well.

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    Metal Detecting & Hotwheels Collecting

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    WTG, based on 3 to 1 pictures it looks like the marble was your top find, it would be mine too, that is a sweet one, nice silver too, congrats on both saves
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    Nice!!! The marble is a Master Sunburst. Nice one too, other than condition. I've never found a seated silver while detecting. I've found indian heads and even a large cent but the seated has evaded me thus far
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    Bharp Detectorist

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    The marble is very cool. Thanks for the ID Cheese. You nailed it again. I video my hunts and post on YouTube- Bharp Detectorist is my channel
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    Tommy

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    Great I'd that's amazing cool marbles
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    E-Trac Wizard

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    Chester County, PA
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    WTG on the seated!
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    Oldest US: 1793 chain cent; 1800 half dime | 1830 bust half | 1842 seated half | 1857 & 1876CC seated quarter | 516 silver coins in 2011!

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    FAN DIME TASTIC! The marble is kinda cool as well. Grats!
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