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  1. #31
    us
    Oct 2017
    Washington County ME & Treasure Coast FL
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    Sad, but I'll be honest.
    1 cent (any)
    5 cent (any)
    10 cent (any)
    25 cent (any)
    $1.00 (any)
    I have much better luck with jewelry and relics, for whatever reason. Honestly though, I've never even heard of some of the things you all are talking about. Maybe 2018 will shine for me. Thanks for your pity and your educational posts.
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  2. #32
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    Apparently, I have done well in my (4) years in the hobby, as I actually HAVE some of the coins on these bucket lists. man, that feels good.

    The only thing I complain about NOT finding is a seated coin. I would love to have a gold coin, but I don't believe that is realistic. Seated IS realistic, and I really want to find one. I got Spanish & Capped, but no seated...

    Thanks for the post.
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  3. #33
    us
    Oct 2009
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    1) - seated dollar
    2) - seated quarter
    3) - 2 cent
    4) - trime
    5) - half dime

  4. #34
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    I'm a greater believer in luck, and I find the harder I work the more I have of it” ― Thomas Jefferson

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    Abita Springs....Born in New Orleans
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    Quote Originally Posted by beep1971 View Post
    That's not as crazy as it sounds, my local park has a Norman Motte from around the 1200's in it, but we can't detect parks here, 'health and safety' and every other reason they can think of to put us off!
    Itís a public park?
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  5. #35
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    Sorry Honey, I can’t. I’ve got plans with my metal detector.

    Nov 2013
    Ft. Myers FL
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    Fun!..ok, I’ll play....
    1) Barber Half....
    2) Don’t know
    3) Don’t care
    4) Don’t ask
    5) Don’t tell

    I really really really really really want to dig a Barber Half.
    I invite you to visit my profile, look what I've found!

  6. #36
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    I'm a greater believer in luck, and I find the harder I work the more I have of it” ― Thomas Jefferson

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    Abita Springs....Born in New Orleans
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigWaveDave View Post
    Fun!..ok, Iíll play....
    1) Barber Half....
    2) Donít know
    3) Donít care
    4) Donít ask
    5) Donít tell

    I really really really really really want to dig a Barber Half.
    I did it last year 1900 8Ē down Black patina.....weirdest thing modern playground and never even found a wheatie after that. Iíve been back there and barely even clad. Still has me scratching my head.
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  7. #37
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    Maryland
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    I'd have to think. Found lots on the lists posted, but some were as long as 20 years ago. And for most, I only have one. I like the old stuff, anything after 1865 I consider "modern". I'd like to find some state coppers. I only have (if memory serves, one Virginia Halfpenny.) Never found Spanish gold, that would be awesome. I do have one English gold guinea I found 6 years ago I think tomorrow or Sunday, it's posted here somewhere. Would love really early US silver anything, but who wouldn't? In the last year I got several hammered coins here in the US. Four Spanish maravedis in copper, two tiny Roman whatzits probably offloaded from bilge the WWII ships returning home dumped, a Queen Elizabeth I shilling, a James I "thing", I forget. I found a fake Netherlands daadler, oh well. It had me going for awhile. State coppers are probably most doable from my list, but I just don't get them. I'm not really good on coins.
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  8. #38
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    Dec 2014
    NM
    Equinox 800 Raptor c-31 digger 31" Lesche Sampson Periscope Probe.
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    Morgan dollar
    Seated quarter
    Gold Coin
    Large Cent
    Spanish or Mexican Silver
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  9. #39
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    My 5 coin bucket list contains coins that should be in my area of Ohio. I would be stoked to dig anyone of these.

    Flying Eagle Cent, Classic Head Large Cent, Trime, Seated Half Dime, and a Capped Bust Quarter

    2017 gave me 3 bucket listers in 2 finds.
    Rescuing Coins 1 Beep at a time

  10. #40
    gb
    Jan 2015
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    Yes mate, a local park.

    Quote Originally Posted by Truth1253 View Post
    It’s a public park?

  11. #41
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    Randy

    Feb 2015
    Fullerton CA
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    1) NOVA
    2) Chain Cent
    3) Pine or Oak Tree (Not particular)
    4) 1943 copper
    5) $20 high relief

    (hey, someone had to do it?)
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  12. #42
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    Randy

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    Fullerton CA
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    Quote Originally Posted by Truth1253 View Post
    Extremely expensive nickel
    If you guys start adding up Time and materials you will just cry. I never calculate Beer dollars in my trip, that way its always inexpensive.
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    First Year 911 Porsche Purchased 36K SOLD 140K!!! Whoo Hoo

  13. #43
    us
    Mar 2015
    New Bedford, MA
    White's Coinmaster Pro, Tesoro Mojave, Garrett AT Pro, 5x8 DD, 15" NEL Attack, Garrett Pro-pointer, Pro Series 5x9 sand scoop, 30" Royal Compact sluice, 36" Bazooka Gold Trap, Gold Cube.
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    Great lists, all.

    My list

    1) Seated anything. I think these are made up coins that don't actually exist. All your photos are fakes.

    2) 20 cent piece - my ultimate dream coin, more than a gold coin

    3) state copper

    4) trime

    5) Any year kilo Chinese panda gold coin
    5a) half cent
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  14. #44
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    I'm a greater believer in luck, and I find the harder I work the more I have of it” ― Thomas Jefferson

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    Quote Originally Posted by trdking View Post
    If you guys start adding up Time and materials you will just cry. I never calculate Beer dollars in my trip, that way its always inexpensive.
    My gas and miles on my truck are insane. I hunt a hour away 5 days a week. Iím nuts 🥜

  15. #45
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    Dec 2006
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    Quote Originally Posted by trdking View Post
    1) NOVA
    2) Chain Cent
    3) Pine or Oak Tree (Not particular)
    4) 1943 copper
    5) $20 high relief

    (hey, someone had to do it?)
    Maybe not in California, but Nova Constellatios are fairly common, Chain cents and Massachusetts silver aren't out of the question, good luck on the other two!!
    Last edited by l.cutler; Jan 13, 2018 at 10:44 AM.
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