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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary Drayton View Post
    Here are a few Spanish 1715 fleet silver reales from the beaches of Florida.
    Awesome Cobs Gary! what type is the one on Lower right with PS ??
    Thanks for showing! Herbie
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  3. #42
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    Quote Originally Posted by aquachigger View Post
    Here's some of mine from last year...

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    I remember that! Boy Was I Green ... Big Congrats Again!!
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  4. #43
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mac232 View Post
    Here's mine .
    newbie question here, why do they sometimes have holes in them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjon455 View Post
    newbie question here, why do they sometimes have holes in them?
    To wear around the neck or sew into clothes whilst travelling, makes stealing your purse/cash a little harder.
    TOO BUSY TO DETECT, YOU'RE TOO BUSY!!!

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  6. #45
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    Here's mine, found it in the same area as 1/2 of an 1851 1/2 dime and a 1828 Large Cent, plus about 40 Colonial era flat buttons (one was a 1820-1840 US military Great Coat button).
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  7. #46
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    Quote Originally Posted by aquachigger View Post
    Here's some of mine from last year...

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    ...............show off...............lol. Awesome pile that most of us only dream about. Glad to know that dreams come true for some few. HH chigger

  8. #47
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    my oldest silver is a 1786 2 reale........
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    this seated quarter was also one of my favorites....
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    down and dirty

  9. #48
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    Quote Originally Posted by dogpound View Post
    my oldest silver is a 1786 2 reale........
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    this seated quarter was also one of my favorites....
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    Nice Spanish. you can see the origin of our $ sign on the reverse, Love the Coppa too!@
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    ticm,
    That looks like Roy Rogers on Trigger versus the Lone Ranger on Silver.
    Don...

  11. #50
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    Two 1834 halfs show up...
    Hmm, that's kinda strange, I had to buy mine (needed a coin with edge lettering)

    Nice Silver Everyone!!
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  12. #51
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mackaydon
    ticm,
    That looks like Roy Rogers on Trigger versus the Lone Ranger on Silver.
    Don...
    Fixed it

  13. #52
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    From SC and Germany.



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  14. #53
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    goldcoin

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    wow!! nice find anytime,anywhere.
    Quote Originally Posted by silversweeper View Post
    Here's mine, found it in the same area as 1/2 of an 1851 1/2 dime and a 1828 Large Cent, plus about 40 Colonial era flat buttons (one was a 1820-1840 US military Great Coat button).

 

 
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