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  1. #1

    Jan 2007
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    Masonic Colonial Cufflinks, Pewter spoon parts, Dandy Button, Ball button; etc

    The title pretty much tells it all. It's always nice to find cufflinks, especially ones still attached. There is a pattern on them but you can't make it out due to corrosion. I'm satisfied even though for me it's mostly about coins.
    Chris



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    Re: Colonial Cufflinks, Pewter spoon parts, Dandy Button, Ball button; etc

    yeah,I wish I found more cuffs attached
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  3. #3
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    Mar 2008
    MAINE
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    Re: Colonial Cufflinks, Pewter spoon parts, Dandy Button, Ball button; etc

    Still some nice old finds without any coins ! MaineRelic
    MaineRelic.

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    Re: Colonial Cufflinks, Pewter spoon parts, Dandy Button, Ball button; etc

    Nice finds! I got my first Colonial era cufflink (silver) last weekend. Nice to find under the coil.
    Finder of Things!

  5. #5

    May 2009
    Pennsylvania
    Garrett AT Gold
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    Re: Colonial Cufflinks, Pewter spoon parts, Dandy Button, Ball button; etc

    Heck, you got what most people dream about finding...Colonial artifacts. Those cufflinks are sweet! Too bad we didn't get at least one Colonial copper. This site was definitely circa 1780 though due to the relics we were excavating. It was pleasant to hunt though. The buttons were popping out and they were nice ones to boot. Next week we must hit a new one!

    Kirk


    Keep the passion high!

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    Re: Colonial Cufflinks, Pewter spoon parts, Dandy Button, Ball button; etc

    Chris, getting the cufflinks is special, they may come in bunches or you may go a long time before ever finding even half of one. Nice at least you all got some relics to dig.

    Don
    "The mantra has always been don't clean a (copper) coin or it will lose value.
    For undug coins this is true. For dug coins this is untrue.
    The value will increase with judicious cleaning."

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    Re: Colonial Cufflinks, Pewter spoon parts, Dandy Button, Ball button; etc

    Dude.... that's an early Masonic cufflink!

    Picture from a quick Google search.
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    Mar 2003
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    Re: Colonial Cufflinks, Pewter spoon parts, Dandy Button, Ball button; etc

    Love them finds nice cuffs too

  9. #9

    Jan 2007
    Northern Middle Tennessee
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    Re: Colonial Cufflinks, Pewter spoon parts, Dandy Button, Ball button; etc

    Nice Relics CCZ!!! Found my first Colonial cufflink this year at the spring where CSA troops camped and Dman found one in February that had gold on it. This must be a cufflink year. WTG and HH, Quindy.
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  10. #10

    Dec 2007
    Bedford Pa
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    Re: Colonial Cufflinks, Pewter spoon parts, Dandy Button, Ball button; etc

    Good Finds ! Those Cufflinks are Excellent
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  11. #11
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    Psalms 23

    Oct 2007
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    Re: Colonial Cufflinks, Pewter spoon parts, Dandy Button, Ball button; etc

    Nice finds............
    >IN GOD WE TRUST<

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    Aug 2007
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    Re: Colonial Cufflinks, Pewter spoon parts, Dandy Button, Ball button; etc

    I would love to find a SET of cuff links! I dont even have one side. There may not be any coins in the mix today, but you are right on track for more copper


    VPR

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    Pulltabs = Gold. Returned to owner 1946

    Apr 2005
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    Re: Colonial Cufflinks, Pewter spoon parts, Dandy Button, Ball button; etc

    Nice cufflinks!

  14. #14

    Jan 2007
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    Re: Colonial Cufflinks, Pewter spoon parts, Dandy Button, Ball button; etc

    Thanks everyone for the replies, especially Iron patch for the cufflink identification. They are definitely Masonic.
    Chris

  15. #15
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    Mar 2009
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    Re: Masonic Colonial Cufflinks, Pewter spoon parts, Dandy Button, Ball button; etc

    I have yet to find any cufflinks! arrgh! They will come in time, yours are sweet!

 

 
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