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    Spanish silver in upstate ny

    So today in upstate New York it was a nasty rainy day and I was tired of looking out the window so I grabbed my gear and headed to a field to detect in the rain I located a high spot and decided to start there and not 15 feet into my first pass I got a solid 22 on my equinox so being in a field I dug it and out pops a beautiful half reale from 1782 so it was worth the walk in the rain and fully intend on doing it again tomorrow

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silver saint View Post
    So today in upstate New York it was a nasty rainy day and I was tired of looking out the window so I grabbed my gear and headed to a field to detect in the rain I located a high spot and decided to start there and not 15 feet into my first pass I got a solid 22 on my equinox so being in a field I dug it and out pops a beautiful half reale from 1782 so it was worth the walk in the rain and fully intend on doing it again tomorrow
    Hey, Congrats on the SILVER! I am from the Geneva NY area, and have a friend that lives between Seneca & Cayuga Lakes out in the farm country there. Over the past three weeks, he decided to get out as the weather breaks. He walked across the road he lives on, and picked out a high spot in the field near where a very small creek runs nearby. Here is what he has found thus far this spring in a very small area!
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    Plus 3 or four old flat buttons.

    Last year, He dug an 1836 Large Cent, and I dug an 1802 Large cent, from a house just down the road that had been a local tavern in the late 1700's into early 1800's.

    There is a LOT of history through the Central NY region!

    ps: Sure would like to see a photo posted of your silver!!

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