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    FRENCH COLONIAL COPPER, DOUBLE Spanish Silver, and Military!

    Hello All,

    It's been quite a busy two day hunt for us. Let me just say that you will want to see the video. In the past 48 hours we have added TWO to our Spanish silver total (for a total of 11 this year!), I dug my oldest coin ever, and I got a scarce War of 1812 button that I have never seen one of posted on this forum before!

    So here's the story...


    I met up with Shanegalang to do some "boots on the ground" time tracking down a new site. We found the site, although it was small and sparse with finds. I dug the military button not long into the hunt, and suspected it was military, but didn't know for certain until I got home. It turned out to be a Regiment of Artillerists button 1811-1813. This is a type that I have not personally dug before, and have not seen posted on the forum. Later on, Old Shanegalang got a nice 1797 one real! Then we got up early the next day and put another all-day hunt in. The finds were thin, but they were there. I dug two pocket watch winders, several interesting flat buttons, and eyeballed a trade bead. But really it was 8 hours into the hunt before anything decent was dug. (Mainly because I didn't recognize my oldest coin when I dug it--I thought it was a brass washer due to the hole in the center!). I got a nice 1831 Mexican Republic one real to end the day, and only upon cleaning and investigating my random brass bits from the field did I see the date on the coin I dug--1722!!!!

    Folks, always, Always, ALWAYS clean your random brass/junk finds! Only throw away or recycle things that you are certain are junk. If I had tossed that handful of brass into the trash, or the recycling bin I would've never known!

    Here are the photos of these great finds, and a link to the video.



    Here's the 1Real Shane dug:

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    And the Regiment of Artillerists button I dug. It was nice that the shank was attached.

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    A nice civilian two-piece gilded button:

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    The backmark on this large sized flat button was interesting (eagle and banner):

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    Now for three eyeball finds. First, a "Russian Blue" trade bead:

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    A very short (1.5" long) grey clay pipe with the bowl broken off:

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    And a large two-hole button made of bone:

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    My beautiful 1Real. It's nice to finally dig a cap and rays style Real. Shane has dug a cap and rays Big 8, and an eye-popping 2Reales.

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    And my French 9 Deniers copper. It is a Colonies Francoises copper dated 1722 ("H" mintmark). These were made specifically for French colonial possessions, and thus they saw limited circulation in Canada and French Louisiana. I am absolutely thrilled to dig this (you can tell by the photo why I didn't think much of it out in the field!). Recovering something French Colonial was a major goal of mine down here. If you are not familiar with these coins, you will want to read the 1-page article in the link below from CoinWorld. It describes this coin as "America's first copper." (the link takes a moment to load.)

    First 'American' coppers | Coin World

    It appears that these coppers are very seldom dug.

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    Here's a non-dug example for comparison (click the photo to enlarge it):

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    And here is a photo of all the finds. I actually dug the spout off a Colonial Era copper teapot! Crazy!

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    Here's a Georgian Teapot that is almost an exact match to the spout I dug. The auction house lists this as c.1760-1800, English-made:

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    The Lewis & Tomes flat button above the clay pipe bowl is a beauty. Almost all of its gilding remains.

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    Best Wishes,


    Buck
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    Republic of Texas Navy Cuff Button
    US Civil War Belt Plate
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    Three Louisiana Pelican Cuff Buttons
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    Shield from an 1820-30 Artillery Shako Cap Badge
    Corps of Artillerists and Engineers Button 1798-1802
    Four CW eagle coat buttons
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    French Navy Equipages de Ligne button (1 piece, 1830-40s)
    New York Staff Officer Cuff Button
    Colonial silver sleeve link/button made from a half real
    Monogrammed Silver Love Token
    M1858 Remington Revolver Trigger Guard
    Silver spoon made by Alexander McGrew 1805-1836
    Coin Silver mid-1800s "Fede Ring"
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    Tip of a silver mechanical pencil
    William IV farthing (1830-1837)
    dateless half real
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    1781 and 1807 half reales
    1840 quarter franc French silver
    1850 20 centimes French silver
    1851-O, 1852 three cent silver and a dateless 1/4 of a three cent silver
    Two 1839-O, 1840, 1842, 1848-O, 1851, 1851-O, 1852-O, two 1853's, 1856, 1856-O, 1857, 1857-O, 1858 (holed) and three 1858-O Half Dimes
    1874, 1891-O, one dateless Seated Liberty Dime, and one dateless half-cut Seated Liberty Dime
    1877-CC and 1875 Seated Quarters
    1892-O, 1899 and 1906-O Barber Quarters
    1940 Washington Quarter
    1942-P, two 1943-S and two 1943-P War Nickels
    shotgun breechblock
    iron prisoner shackles
    picket pin
    Spurs
    Plantation tokens
    Minieballs, Beefaloes, V and Shield Nickels, and some GawGag


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    Outstanding!!!!
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    Now that's a great hunt!! You don't see anything like that very often . ED
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    Always enjoy your posts BuckleBoy. You guys make some tremendous finds. Congrats on your latest.
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    Congrats to you both & a BIG congrats to you in honor of your oldest coin. Just another reason to examine finds carefully. I wish I had eyeballed a trade bead down there. WTG, Q.
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    Way to go! Great looking finds...it's been a few months since my last silver coin! Congrats on your oldest coin!
    "Life's a garden. DIG IT!!!" - - Joe Dirt

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    I really enjoyed the video and congrats on your oldest coin find. I will try to keep my barefoot one tooth cousin from poaching your site.LOL

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    So many old sites to hunt....so little time.

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    Nice finds Buckleboy. I would certainly be happy with a day like that.

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    Nice finds... I really enjoy your posts and thanks for sharing your finds.. Congrats.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VOL1266-X View Post
    Congrats to you both & a BIG congrats to you in honor of your oldest coin. Just another reason to examine finds carefully. I wish I had eyeballed a trade bead down there. WTG, Q.
    We are going to get you a trade bead, my friend. Just bring your binoculars. They are hard to see!
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    Four CW eagle coat buttons
    One CW eagle cuff button
    French Navy Equipages de Ligne button (1 piece, 1830-40s)
    New York Staff Officer Cuff Button
    Colonial silver sleeve link/button made from a half real
    Monogrammed Silver Love Token
    M1858 Remington Revolver Trigger Guard
    Silver spoon made by Alexander McGrew 1805-1836
    Coin Silver mid-1800s "Fede Ring"
    1820s-30s silver eyeglasses frame fragment
    End of a gold crucifix or mechanical pencil
    Tip of a silver mechanical pencil
    William IV farthing (1830-1837)
    dateless half real
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    1781 and 1807 half reales
    1840 quarter franc French silver
    1850 20 centimes French silver
    1851-O, 1852 three cent silver and a dateless 1/4 of a three cent silver
    Two 1839-O, 1840, 1842, 1848-O, 1851, 1851-O, 1852-O, two 1853's, 1856, 1856-O, 1857, 1857-O, 1858 (holed) and three 1858-O Half Dimes
    1874, 1891-O, one dateless Seated Liberty Dime, and one dateless half-cut Seated Liberty Dime
    1877-CC and 1875 Seated Quarters
    1892-O, 1899 and 1906-O Barber Quarters
    1940 Washington Quarter
    1942-P, two 1943-S and two 1943-P War Nickels
    shotgun breechblock
    iron prisoner shackles
    picket pin
    Spurs
    Plantation tokens
    Minieballs, Beefaloes, V and Shield Nickels, and some GawGag


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    Nice French copper Buck and that two piece civilian button is beautiful!
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    Quote Originally Posted by matt092079 View Post
    Way to go! Great looking finds...it's been a few months since my last silver coin! Congrats on your oldest coin!
    Thank you so much, my friend. That next silver is waiting for you.


    Quote Originally Posted by Dman View Post
    I really enjoyed the video and congrats on your oldest coin find. I will try to keep my barefoot one tooth cousin from poaching your site.LOL
    Haha, Good one! You might want to tell him to wear shoes. Louisiana mud feels mighty nasty in between the toes!


    Quote Originally Posted by Evolution View Post
    Nice finds Buckleboy. I would certainly be happy with a day like that.
    Yeah, it'll be tough to top...but one never knows. I will have to hope to dig a cob now. But seriously, anything French Colonial here has been a dream until now.


    Cheers,


    Buck
    2020 CaneField Bandits Totals:
    Republic of Texas Navy Cuff Button
    US Civil War Belt Plate
    Eagle Breastplate
    Three Louisiana Pelican Cuff Buttons
    Louisiana Pelican Coat Button
    Shield from an 1820-30 Artillery Shako Cap Badge
    Corps of Artillerists and Engineers Button 1798-1802
    Four CW eagle coat buttons
    One CW eagle cuff button
    French Navy Equipages de Ligne button (1 piece, 1830-40s)
    New York Staff Officer Cuff Button
    Colonial silver sleeve link/button made from a half real
    Monogrammed Silver Love Token
    M1858 Remington Revolver Trigger Guard
    Silver spoon made by Alexander McGrew 1805-1836
    Coin Silver mid-1800s "Fede Ring"
    1820s-30s silver eyeglasses frame fragment
    End of a gold crucifix or mechanical pencil
    Tip of a silver mechanical pencil
    William IV farthing (1830-1837)
    dateless half real
    half-cut half real (“quarter real”)
    1781 and 1807 half reales
    1840 quarter franc French silver
    1850 20 centimes French silver
    1851-O, 1852 three cent silver and a dateless 1/4 of a three cent silver
    Two 1839-O, 1840, 1842, 1848-O, 1851, 1851-O, 1852-O, two 1853's, 1856, 1856-O, 1857, 1857-O, 1858 (holed) and three 1858-O Half Dimes
    1874, 1891-O, one dateless Seated Liberty Dime, and one dateless half-cut Seated Liberty Dime
    1877-CC and 1875 Seated Quarters
    1892-O, 1899 and 1906-O Barber Quarters
    1940 Washington Quarter
    1942-P, two 1943-S and two 1943-P War Nickels
    shotgun breechblock
    iron prisoner shackles
    picket pin
    Spurs
    Plantation tokens
    Minieballs, Beefaloes, V and Shield Nickels, and some GawGag


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    Way to go Will!!!!!! That is one old coin Dude! I just dug my oldest a few months ago and you beat me by 53 years.
    You guys have been pulling some great stuff out of those fields there in Gumboland. Congrats to both of you and keep up the good work.
    Any snakes yet?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ModernMiner View Post
    Way to go Will!!!!!! That is one old coin Dude! I just dug my oldest a few months ago and you beat me by 53 years.
    You guys have been pulling some great stuff out of those fields there in Gumboland. Congrats to both of you and keep up the good work.
    Any snakes yet?
    -Doug-
    GREAT to hear from you, my friend! Congrats on your oldest one. It gets to the point where it's tough to beat unless you are Bill D in Virginia

    We've seen a couple snakes, and I keep telling Shane that he needs to whack one with his shovel so we can have a photo op.
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    Three Louisiana Pelican Cuff Buttons
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    Corps of Artillerists and Engineers Button 1798-1802
    Four CW eagle coat buttons
    One CW eagle cuff button
    French Navy Equipages de Ligne button (1 piece, 1830-40s)
    New York Staff Officer Cuff Button
    Colonial silver sleeve link/button made from a half real
    Monogrammed Silver Love Token
    M1858 Remington Revolver Trigger Guard
    Silver spoon made by Alexander McGrew 1805-1836
    Coin Silver mid-1800s "Fede Ring"
    1820s-30s silver eyeglasses frame fragment
    End of a gold crucifix or mechanical pencil
    Tip of a silver mechanical pencil
    William IV farthing (1830-1837)
    dateless half real
    half-cut half real (“quarter real”)
    1781 and 1807 half reales
    1840 quarter franc French silver
    1850 20 centimes French silver
    1851-O, 1852 three cent silver and a dateless 1/4 of a three cent silver
    Two 1839-O, 1840, 1842, 1848-O, 1851, 1851-O, 1852-O, two 1853's, 1856, 1856-O, 1857, 1857-O, 1858 (holed) and three 1858-O Half Dimes
    1874, 1891-O, one dateless Seated Liberty Dime, and one dateless half-cut Seated Liberty Dime
    1877-CC and 1875 Seated Quarters
    1892-O, 1899 and 1906-O Barber Quarters
    1940 Washington Quarter
    1942-P, two 1943-S and two 1943-P War Nickels
    shotgun breechblock
    iron prisoner shackles
    picket pin
    Spurs
    Plantation tokens
    Minieballs, Beefaloes, V and Shield Nickels, and some GawGag


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