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    Want to treasure dive in gin clear waters at Jupiter!

    Nov 2006
    Jupiter, Florida USA
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    Want to trade something for a 17th Century Spanish Cob?

    Look at the "stylin" hat and cool bear I just got yesterday!
    Tried to post photos before but I do not know what happened!
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    leprechaun likes this.
    Since 1987 our Jupiter Wreck has continued to yield coins but the question, "Where's the rest of the Ship?" has remained unanswered...  There are 2 layers of shipwreck scatter and we are equipping the "Enterprise" to excavate the primary treasure layer.  Join with us this year!

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    Apr 2009
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    Love the Bear .capt dom, Whats cooking down Jupiter way.Mike

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    Interesting to hear you pop in, Dom. I just made a deal to trade my services of conserving El Cazador coins (25) for a full dated 1653 8R Potosi cob from the Jupiter wreck.

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    Want to treasure dive in gin clear waters at Jupiter!

    Nov 2006
    Jupiter, Florida USA
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    It has something to do with fornicating Snook!

    A public forum is not the best place to get into all the sorted details but we are working on it
    and in the meanwhile the Snook are continuing to fornicate uninterrupted!
    FreedomUIC and pearl54 like this.
    Since 1987 our Jupiter Wreck has continued to yield coins but the question, "Where's the rest of the Ship?" has remained unanswered...  There are 2 layers of shipwreck scatter and we are equipping the "Enterprise" to excavate the primary treasure layer.  Join with us this year!

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    Nice pictures.
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    I see the bear is whereing the cob you mentioned, what might you be lookin to trade for it or are you kidding.

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    Want to treasure dive in gin clear waters at Jupiter!

    Nov 2006
    Jupiter, Florida USA
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    258 times
    As the posting states and photos illustrate, I am wide open to trade for just about anything!

    Trading is more fun than getting money. Money usually just goes to pay bills. When I look at the
    bear I smile and that is a good thing. The wolf skin makes me feel a little bad about the wolf
    but at the same time... I am glad I am not him... so I smile again
    and that is good....

    So what have you? Send me a PM and lets see if we can
    make a fun exchange.
    Since 1987 our Jupiter Wreck has continued to yield coins but the question, "Where's the rest of the Ship?" has remained unanswered...  There are 2 layers of shipwreck scatter and we are equipping the "Enterprise" to excavate the primary treasure layer.  Join with us this year!

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    Jan 2008
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    I'll trade you a beach or waterway front condo for 5 days in Myrtle for a few Cobs. Darren In NC can vouch for me. No bears or coon hats though. Sorry.

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    Want to treasure dive in gin clear waters at Jupiter!

    Nov 2006
    Jupiter, Florida USA
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    258 times
    Quote Originally Posted by Goldfinchs1 View Post
    I'll trade you a beach or waterway front condo for 5 days in Myrtle for a few Cobs. Darren In NC can vouch for me. No bears or coon hats though. Sorry.
    I'll think about that... We have a place in the Smokies in N.C. ... It on Black Bear Trail, so "Barley" is going to fit right in!
    Since 1987 our Jupiter Wreck has continued to yield coins but the question, "Where's the rest of the Ship?" has remained unanswered...  There are 2 layers of shipwreck scatter and we are equipping the "Enterprise" to excavate the primary treasure layer.  Join with us this year!

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    Hey Cap Dom, I got a running aquanaut, what ya' wanna swap? no hoses just a running hookah.
    hope the diving is awesome for you this year. Be safe out there :O}
    victoria
    ~ "KEEPING THE WATER SAFE FROM PULLTABS" ~

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    ca
    Jul 2012
    Edmonton, AB
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    Only things I have to trade are arrowheads....?

    Cheers,
    dt

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    Want to treasure dive in gin clear waters at Jupiter!

    Nov 2006
    Jupiter, Florida USA
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    258 times
    Hi There!

    Can you send me a photo of your aquanaut? I have plenty of hoses and regulators but may be interested in another spare hooka
    rig. I have all sorts of genuine 17th century "pieces of eight" from our shipwreck site... That being the Jupiter Historic Shipwreck Site.
    Attached is a copy of our Certificate with a coin on it.Click image for larger version. 

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    BeachComber7 likes this.
    Since 1987 our Jupiter Wreck has continued to yield coins but the question, "Where's the rest of the Ship?" has remained unanswered...  There are 2 layers of shipwreck scatter and we are equipping the "Enterprise" to excavate the primary treasure layer.  Join with us this year!

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    Want to treasure dive in gin clear waters at Jupiter!

    Nov 2006
    Jupiter, Florida USA
    990
    258 times
    You saw the hat! Do you have any spear heads?
    Since 1987 our Jupiter Wreck has continued to yield coins but the question, "Where's the rest of the Ship?" has remained unanswered...  There are 2 layers of shipwreck scatter and we are equipping the "Enterprise" to excavate the primary treasure layer.  Join with us this year!

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    ca
    Jul 2012
    Edmonton, AB
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    Quote Originally Posted by capt dom View Post
    You saw the hat! Do you have any spear heads?
    Depends what you mean by spear heads...if you mean "fishing" spears, no. I have a lot of flint "atlal" points, the biggest about 3"-3-1/2" or so. I guess you could call them spear heads. They are all from an Arkansas collection. Nothing outstanding, mind you, but some good whole points.

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    Want to treasure dive in gin clear waters at Jupiter!

    Nov 2006
    Jupiter, Florida USA
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    post some photos of them.... I want to make a spear and mount it on my window wall right above the door leading to our outside porch.
    Do you have a spear already made?

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    Since 1987 our Jupiter Wreck has continued to yield coins but the question, "Where's the rest of the Ship?" has remained unanswered...  There are 2 layers of shipwreck scatter and we are equipping the "Enterprise" to excavate the primary treasure layer.  Join with us this year!

 

 
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