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    KILLED IT TODAY CUT COIN AND 15 flat buttons

    So I did some rubs, and I have pictures, I thought it was a 2 pence when I saw it but it hit in the nickel range and it's def not silver! I have no idea what it is! Maybe you guys and gals can help!!! Thanks in advance!

    Oh I also don't know what kind of arrow head this is! See pics, it's heavy it's not soft like lead!!
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    Hope the rubs help

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    Quote Originally Posted by Petrie502 View Post
    Hope the rubs help
    Awesome finds! Not sure what the cut coin is, wondering if it may be some sort of period counterfeit? I'm sure someone on here will know.

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

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    Wish I could help with an ID on your cut coin but I'm clueless. Probably not silver because of the way you said it rang up.... still not uncommon to find a cut copper coin from time to time. Hopefully someone with a little more knowledge will be able to chime in with an ID. I found a cut copper once several years ago but it was half a coin... not 1/8 of one. Congrats on a great find.
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    us
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    Quote Originally Posted by Evolution View Post
    Wish I could help with an ID on your cut coin but I'm clueless. Probably not silver because of the way you said it rang up.... still not uncommon to find a cut copper coin from time to time. Hopefully someone with a little more knowledge will be able to chime in with an ID. I found a cut copper once several years ago but it was half a coin... not 1/8 of one. Congrats on a great find.
    Right it's cut exactly like a 2 pence would be off a reale

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    us
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    Quote Originally Posted by mangum View Post

    Awesome finds! Not sure what the cut coin is, wondering if it may be some sort of period counterfeit? I'm sure someone on here will know.
    Thanks magnum I don't think it's a counterfeit I think it's an actual period coin that was cut for change or to purchase something, I'm lookin everywhere

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    CAN YOU DIG IT ! yes I can

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    cool finds ... cut coin not silver
    look at the awesome stuff I have found .MY youtube channel http://www.youtube.com/user/wiki1979able

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    us
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    Quote Originally Posted by silversurfer1111 View Post
    cool finds ... cut coin not silver
    Thanks silver

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ID:	842880 2 bits , nice

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    Nice variety of finds! I'll be checking back to see if anyone can ID that piece for you. I have no idea myself.

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    Nice cut copper. Can't wait to hear what it is

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    Hey Petrie502! I agree with all on the cut coin, certainly appears to be!! The Silver arrow head appears to be the main body of a old bass fishing lure called Hawaiian Wiggler, you can actually see the eye on it! Religious medal, Neat Dime, mill token-I think, Neat Tag!! CONGRATS on Your Finds!! GOOD HUNTING!! VERDE!!

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    us
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    Quote Originally Posted by CMDiamonddawg View Post
    <img src="http://www.treasurenet.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=842880"/> 2 bits , nice
    Ok now that we know its a cut coin and it's not silver can anyone tell what kind of coin it is and possibly give me a date

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    Quote Originally Posted by VERDE View Post
    Hey Petrie502! I agree with all on the cut coin, certainly appears to be!! The Silver arrow head appears to be the main body of a old bass fishing lure called Hawaiian Wiggler, you can actually see the eye on it! Religious medal, Neat Dime, mill token-I think, Neat Tag!! CONGRATS on Your Finds!! GOOD HUNTING!! VERDE!!
    Verde very nice ID on the fishing lure that's why I love this site!!

 

 
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