May 15, 2012, 03:04 PM
May 15, 2012, 03:19 PM
Totally UNREAL!!!!! Congrats............Hogge
1783 CFT. KG III 1/2 Penny (25-83A)-1 of 3 known *Sold $3,750, Vermont Landscape Coppers Ryder 6 *Sold $760, Ryder7 (Avatar)** Sold $1,275*,1st Batt Royal Artillery Cartridge Box Sling Belt Tip* SOLD $1,583*,(3)- GW Inaugural Buttons-2-Cobb# 17-J.* Sold both--$405 and $400. *GW Button Cobb 17-I-*Sold $316- New Jersey Copper M14-J Sold $125- Continental Army Button *Sold $800.....To be continued
May 15, 2012, 05:48 PM
Originally Posted by Bratvlos
TOO BUSY TO DETECT, YOU'RE TOO BUSY!!!
'No good comes from thinking about how much time we waste detecting, as wasted time is good soul time' - me 25/06/08
How do you find Gold coins? Reply: 'By finding lots of Silver ones..'
A real man thinks about detecting every 6 seconds.
'They look over their shoulder, I look to the ground.' 30/09/12
We can not understand ourselves unless we understand our HISTORY.
PMA:Positive MetalDetecting Attitude.
May 15, 2012, 06:41 PM
WOW!! Very Nice! Congrats!!
May 15, 2012, 06:51 PM
Wow Wow and Wow! Beautiful coins and Banner Find for sure. Congrats on a fantastic find.
May 15, 2012, 08:25 PM
what hath god wrought
Fantastic little hoard. Great banner....
Federal Bureau of Governmental Redundancy Reduction Agency
May 16, 2012, 02:33 AM
CANE FIELD BANDITS and IRON BRIGADE MEMBER
This is a fantastic recovery. I am very happy this is on the Banner. Congratulations!
2015 CaneField Bandits Totals:
c.1812-1815 Planter's Bank Counterstamped cut segment of an 8 Reales (75-100 examples known)
1834 J. Hall Walker & Walton New Orleans Hard Times Token (8-15 examples known)
Kentucky Military Institute Button
Louisiana Pelican Civil War Coat Button
TWO Louisiana Pelican Civil War Cuff Buttons
c. 1802-1808 Artillery Button
New York Civil War Coat Button
General Staff Officer's Civil War Button
Two Eagle "I" Cuff Buttons
One General Service Eagle Button
"In Hoc Signo Vinces" Masonic Sword Belt Plate
Antebellum coin silver "twin hearts" ring
Mexican War era medallion from an officer's stirrup
Bingham Miliary School Cap Badge
1807 and 1808 Half Reales
1835 Capped Bust Half Dime
1842 and 1845 1/4 Francs
1858-O Seated Quarter
1854-O (or 1855-O) Seated Quarter
1906-O and 1916 Barber Quarters
1839-O, 1857, 1876, and one dateless Seated Dime
1853, Two 1853-O's 1854-O, 1855-O, 1857, and 1858-O Seated Half Dimes
1899-O and 1900-O Barber Dimes
1942, 1943, and 1957-D Washington Quarters
Antique Silver Ring
Dateless Shield Nickel
Two Sword Hangers
Civil War bullets: Minieballs, Maynard Carbine, .69 Round, Colt Pistol
IH's, Beefaloes, V Nickels, and GawGag
Two Tungsten Carbide Wedding Bands and a Silver Ring from the Beach
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Any relics, coins, or other items appearing in my signatures were found on PRIVATE PROPERTY with total consent and permission from the owners of said property.
May 16, 2012, 02:39 AM
Great old silver coin,s find Congrats on Banner !!! Jim
If Mother Earth give,s us precious metals like gold silver copper and iron why leave them in the ground to disappear forever , dig them out and save History !!
4-12-2011 Retired from the Rat Race by Choice
May 16, 2012, 03:44 AM
May 16, 2012, 04:34 AM
WOW and congrats on a epic find!!!
How deep were they?
May 16, 2012, 04:38 AM
May 16, 2012, 06:00 AM
Congrats on the Super Recovery!!
I just LOVE 17th century silver
Desire is oft more pleasant than acquisition
May 16, 2012, 06:11 AM
Beautiful old silvers and congrats on the banner
May 16, 2012, 10:47 AM
How sweet it must be to live in a place where you can find fistfuls of hammered silver from the 1600s. I am jealous!
May 16, 2012, 01:52 PM
Bravo! Très bien fait!
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