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  1. #141
    us
    Jan 2010
    New Hampshire
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    Re: 1652 OAK TREE SHILLING NOE-3 'VERY RARE'

    Quote Originally Posted by CrazySlasher
    What did the both coins ring up as?
    Thanks Selous
    Slasher,
    I always hunt in Two Tone,
    When i found the Pine, I was speed swinging on my way off the site,
    dug a hi tone I came across, didn't look at the numbers (I dig em all)
    crusty piece with irregular shape had me thinking
    it was one of the lead tokens/rounds that turn up here frequently...
    Don't recall the numbers I got when I dug the Oak either,
    but I do remember they were in the Silver range.
    (and I just KNEW it was another Mass ).
    I just got some readings for you.
    Large planchet Pine: steady 12-30 when swung right under the coil,
    shifting down to 11- low 30s as distance increases.
    Standard planchet Oak: steady 12-33 when swung right under the coil,
    same 11- low 30s shift as distance increases.
    Pine is a larger diameter but thinner coin, both originally same weight.
    HH All
    Desire is oft more pleasant than acquisition
    www.pinetreeshillings.com

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  3. #142
    us
    Jul 2010
    SS of MA.
    Minelab CTX 3030, Minelab E-Trac w/Sunray probe and 15' WoTcoil.
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    Re: 1652 OAK TREE SHILLING NOE-3 'VERY RARE'

    Quote Originally Posted by steelheadwill
    Quote Originally Posted by CrazySlasher
    What did the both coins ring up as?
    Thanks Selous
    Slasher,
    I always hunt in Two Tone,
    When i found the Pine, I was speed swinging on my way off the site,
    dug a hi tone I came across, didn't look at the numbers (I dig em all)
    crusty piece with irregular shape had me thinking
    it was one of the lead tokens/rounds that turn up here frequently...
    Don't recall the numbers I got when I dug the Oak either,
    but I do remember they were in the Silver range.
    (and I just KNEW it was another Mass ).
    I just got some readings for you.
    Large planchet Pine: steady 12-30 when swung right under the coil,
    shifting down to 11- low 30s as distance increases.
    Standard planchet Oak: steady 12-33 when swung right under the coil,
    same 11- low 30s shift as distance increases.
    Pine is a larger diameter but thinner coin, both originally same weight.
    HH All
    Interesting. I would have thought different numbers. Don't think I've ever found silver in the 12-30 range. I should probably start using two-tone more.

  4. #143
    us
    Jan 2010
    New Hampshire
    Whatever Beeps
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    Re: 1652 OAK TREE SHILLING NOE-3 'VERY RARE'

    don't think those settings would affect readout,
    try waving a quarter right up against your coil,
    I think you'll get a similar reading to these coins.
    something else, US coins are 90% silver 10% copper.
    The Mass silvers were .925 silver with a hodgepodge
    variety of metals as the remainder.
    that might account for the difference.

    Desire is oft more pleasant than acquisition
    www.pinetreeshillings.com

  5. #144

    Re: 1652 OAK TREE SHILLING NOE-3 'VERY RARE'



    You're getting slack, where's the Willow Tree!

  6. #145
    us
    Jan 2010
    New Hampshire
    Whatever Beeps
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    Re: 1652 OAK TREE SHILLING NOE-3 'VERY RARE'

    Quote Originally Posted by Iron Patch


    You're getting slack, where's the Willow Tree!
    Yeah slacking is right I haven't hunted the area again.
    I did bring a friend to check around the location, Merc dime was the only silver that showed up.
    It was the same rusty color as the pine though
    Desire is oft more pleasant than acquisition
    www.pinetreeshillings.com

  7. #146
    us
    Jul 2010
    SS of MA.
    Minelab CTX 3030, Minelab E-Trac w/Sunray probe and 15' WoTcoil.
    734
    86 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Banner Finds (1)

    Re: 1652 OAK TREE SHILLING NOE-3 'VERY RARE'

    Quote Originally Posted by steelheadwill
    don't think those settings would affect readout,
    try waving a quarter right up against your coil,
    I think you'll get a similar reading to these coins.
    something else, US coins are 90% silver 10% copper.
    The Mass silvers were .925 silver with a hodgepodge
    variety of metals as the remainder.
    that might account for the difference.

    I take back what I originally said, I have found a couple of reales that have rung in that range.

  8. #147
    us
    Jan 2010
    New Hampshire
    Whatever Beeps
    6,347
    302 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Banner Finds (6)
    Quote Originally Posted by CrazySlasher View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by steelheadwill
    don't think those settings would affect readout,
    try waving a quarter right up against your coil,
    I think you'll get a similar reading to these coins.
    something else, US coins are 90% silver 10% copper.
    The Mass silvers were .925 silver with a hodgepodge
    variety of metals as the remainder.
    that might account for the difference.

    I take back what I originally said, I have found a couple of reales that have rung in that range.
    Interesting, likely for the same reasons, rather than silver/copper, they are silver with a mixed alloy...
    Desire is oft more pleasant than acquisition
    www.pinetreeshillings.com

  9. #148
    Quote Originally Posted by steelheadwill View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by CrazySlasher View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by steelheadwill
    don't think those settings would affect readout,
    try waving a quarter right up against your coil,
    I think you'll get a similar reading to these coins.
    something else, US coins are 90% silver 10% copper.
    The Mass silvers were .925 silver with a hodgepodge
    variety of metals as the remainder.
    that might account for the difference.

    I take back what I originally said, I have found a couple of reales that have rung in that range.
    Interesting, likely for the same reasons, rather than silver/copper, they are silver with a mixed alloy...

    Also... Thin, on edge, masked, there's a variety of reasons why a silver coin can come in as a low or med. tone.

  10. #149
    us
    Apr 2011
    Ohio
    Garret Ace 250, Garret AT Pro, Garret Pro Pointer
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    Relic Hunting
    Wow, that's cool!!

  11. #150
    us
    real pirate

    May 2011
    NE Ohio
    Garrett Ace 350 and AT Pro
    3,195
    190 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

  12. #151
    us
    Mar 2009
    Candia,New Hampshire.
    Fisher F-70,Bounty Hunter 505,Garrett Pro Pointer
    402
    42 times
    Metal Detecting
    Wow,thats an incredible find...and to think I got excited when I found my Half Reale last year...I'd probably have a heart attack if I dug up one of those Mass Shillings
    Oldest find :1785 Spanish 1/2 Reale('11)
    4-Lg Cents:1856,no date x 3
    21-I.H.:1864,1865,1874,1875,1887,1888,1891,1896 x 3,1898,1900 x 2,1902,1903,1904,1906,1907 x 2,1909x2
    2 Cent:1864
    5-Buffalo:1917-D,1924,1932,(no date x 2)
    4-Barber Dime:1900,1900-O,1905,1906-D
    Quarters:Variety 1 No Date SLQ,1944
    Half Dollar:1944 Walker

    2014 Clad = $5.75
    2014 Rings = 1 (10 K Gold)

 

 
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