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    1853 Braided Hair Cent

    It's time I posted my large cent where it might stay for awhile.
    I found this around 5 years ago in the town of Mazeppa,Minnesota.
    It was under the grass in sandy soil 3 or 4 inches down.
    It's the only large cent I ever found. It has some dings on it and
    all I did to it was toothbrush,soap and water clean up. Roger
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    Re: 1853 Braided Hair Cent

    Beautiful coin Dodger but I gotta' ask - what the h*#% are the green things?!
    "The spirit of resistance to government is so valuable on certain occasions, that I wish it to be always kept alive. It will often be exercised when wrong, but better so than not to be exercised at all. I like a little rebellion now and then. It is like a storm in the atmosphere"

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    Re: 1853 Braided Hair Cent

    Quote Originally Posted by DD-777
    Beautiful coin Dodger but I gotta' ask - what the h*#% are the green things?!
    They are my under developed cucumbers.

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    Re: 1853 Braided Hair Cent

    We do find large cents like that in PA. I found an 1818 in PERFECT shape two years ago, and we found about 5 Coronet cents in that condition at the "Coronet Field" last October.
    Those early PA settlers did too much and that is why coppas are found in abundance!

    The Three Datectateers will miles to find the Colonial "stuff"!

    KirkKyleChris (KKC) and to those long-forgotten, coppa-dropping settlers!

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    Re: 1853 Braided Hair Cent

    Quote Originally Posted by Colonial Zoyboy
    We do find large cents like that in PA. I found an 1818 in PERFECT shape two years ago, and we found about 5 Coronet cents in that condition at the "Coronet Field" last October.
    Yes you Colonial hunters do find some wonderfull coins in very good condition.I would love to find the coins you guys have but
    I won't find them here in Mn.

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    Re: 1853 Braided Hair Cent

    Quote Originally Posted by rodgerdodger
    Quote Originally Posted by DD-777
    Beautiful coin Dodger but I gotta' ask - what the h*#% are the green things?!
    They are my under developed cucumbers.
    I dated a girl once with under developed cucumbers... :P
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    Re: 1853 Braided Hair Cent

    Very disturbing post. Keep it up!
    CurbdiggerCarl

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    Re: 1853 Braided Hair Cent

    the cucumbers are funny looking, didn't know they could bubble talk! Congrats on the coin

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    Re: 1853 Braided Hair Cent

    She's a beauty. Maybe someday.
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    Re: 1853 Braided Hair Cent

    Fantastic looking find there, congrats on that beauty!

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    Re: 1853 Braided Hair Cent

    a beautiful find for sure. congrats !!!!!

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    Re: 1853 Braided Hair Cent

    Great coin and in amazing condition. Congrats

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    Re: 1853 Braided Hair Cent

    I'm sure your girlfriend said the same about you, is that why you're not with her now?.... you had underdeveloped cucumber? ....NGE
    Exposure to the Son prevents burning

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    Re: 1853 Braided Hair Cent

    Quote Originally Posted by notgittinenny
    I'm sure your girlfriend said the same about you, is that why you're not with her now?.... you had underdeveloped cucumber? ....NGE
    No thats why your notgittinenny!!!!!!

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    Re: 1853 Braided Hair Cent

    You guys are too much. LOL!

    You're right about the large cents. They are not very common around here.
    Mazeppa has also been good to me over the years. I found my first seated liberty half dollar in the city park on the day my son was born. (Nov. 15, 1975) but that's another story.
    WTG!

 

 
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