A lustrous Stander, a fine Barber and a Merc with skin cancer
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    A lustrous Stander, a fine Barber and a Merc with skin cancer

    Hunted my favorite wooded area again today. Found some nice coins along the ridge of a hill. A really nice 1918 Standing Liberty Quarter was found at only two inches deep. This coin could be graded AU. Still has luster, especially on the reverse. A nice Barber Quarter was found about 4 inches deep. It's got a full liberty on the headband and could be graded fine. A Mecrury dime was found 3 inches deep in coal ash dirt. I wouldn't know what to grade it as the surfaces of the coin are kind of crusty.

    Here's the blazing Stander:

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    Re: A lustrous Stander, a fine Barber and a Merc with skin cancer

    Very nice

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    Re: A lustrous Stander, a fine Barber and a Merc with skin cancer

    Beautiful SLQ!
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    Re: A lustrous Stander, a fine Barber and a Merc with skin cancer

    wow! those quarters are sharp! that SLQ looks AU alright, great finds!

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    Re: A lustrous Stander, a fine Barber and a Merc with skin cancer

    Great find!!!! Check for 8 over 7 on the SLQ!
    Finally in the 1700s

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    Re: A lustrous Stander, a fine Barber and a Merc with skin cancer

    Wow, Lady Liberty just jumps right off that SLQ!

    Very nice finds!

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    Re: A lustrous Stander, a fine Barber and a Merc with skin cancer

    Congratulations skierbob. That's a nice looking 1918 Standing Liberty Quarter
    and Barber Quarter. I really like it when someone else says they found them
    woods hunting. The coins don't seem to go to deep and once I was on a side hill
    I had scraped the leaves away with my shoe and there was a silver barber half looking
    at me.

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    Re: A lustrous Stander, a fine Barber and a Merc with skin cancer

    awesome !!! I know u were happy with your day!!! I would be!! COGRATS!!! MAINERELIC.
    MaineRelic.

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    Re: A lustrous Stander, a fine Barber and a Merc with skin cancer

    WOW, that SLQ is just beautiful


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    Re: A lustrous Stander, a fine Barber and a Merc with skin cancer

    You had a terrific day. Three silvers, and one (the SLQ) as good as they come. Congratulations!

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    Re: A lustrous Stander, a fine Barber and a Merc with skin cancer

    Excellent SLQ and silvers!

    HH
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    Re: A lustrous Stander, a fine Barber and a Merc with skin cancer

    The Walker and the Barber look great, and the Merc doesn't look too bad either, those are coins to be proud of!

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    Re: A lustrous Stander, a fine Barber and a Merc with skin cancer

    big congrats on those sweet silver coins !!!!
    ALLEN

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    Re: A lustrous Stander, a fine Barber and a Merc with skin cancer

    Awesome Quarters!!! Congrats!!!

    HH Joe

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    Re: A lustrous Stander, a fine Barber and a Merc with skin cancer

    Man what a gorgeous SLQ! Congratulations!

    Steve
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