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  1. #31
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    Congrats on the finds! Cool vid, liked watching the progress of the hunt even as you dug the junk piece. "Keepin' it real"! (No pun intended... I was talkin' about the junk, not the Spanish silver).

  2. #32
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  3. #33
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    Awesome score BB ! Im with Quindy I could see 50 for the year ...
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  4. #34
    Congrats to you and Shangalang Will. That button is fantastic and so is the 4-holed Spanish reale. There sure was a lot of smoking going on in those cane fields. I tried it once back in the 70's but couldn't keep it lit. Kind of sweet though.
    Have you figured out if that 1st time long relic you dug was from the Spanish or French BATtalion?
    Way to go guys. I say you hit 45 Spanish for the year. Good luck and as always, THANKS for the video.
    -MM-
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    *Oldest coin-1775 Spanish 1 real *Oldest U.S. silver-1833 Capped Bust Half Dime *Best coin - 1945 GOLD 2 1/2 peso *Best Civil War finds:*NC officers belt buckle *CSN Confederate Navy Officer button

  5. #35
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    I can't believe you don't want the bat considered for the banner!

    Congrats on #27, you guys are going to be in the mid 30s for the year!
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  6. #36
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    Quote Originally Posted by ModernMiner View Post
    Congrats to you and Shangalang Will. That button is fantastic and so is the 4-holed Spanish reale. There sure was a lot of smoking going on in those cane fields. I tried it once back in the 70's but couldn't keep it lit. Kind of sweet though.
    Have you figured out if that 1st time long relic you dug was from the Spanish or French BATtalion?
    Way to go guys. I say you hit 45 Spanish for the year. Good luck and as always, THANKS for the video.
    -MM-
    hahaha, you're a hoot. I decided not to keep the item because it was so BATtered by the plow.
    2020 CaneField Bandits Totals:
    Republic of Texas Navy Cuff Button
    US Civil War Belt Plate
    Eagle Breastplate
    Two 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
    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
    dateless half real
    half-cut half real (“quarter real”)
    1781 and 1807 half reales
    1840 quarter franc French silver
    1850 20 centimes French silver
    1852 three cent silver and a dateless 1/4 of a three cent silver
    Two 1839-O, 1840, 1848-O, 1851, 1851-O, 1852-O, two 1853's, 1856-O, 1857, 1857-O and two 1858-O Half Dimes
    1874, 1891-O and one dateless Seated Liberty Dime
    1877-CC Seated Quarter
    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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  7. #37
    Quote Originally Posted by BuckleBoy View Post
    hahaha, you're a hoot. I decided not to keep the item because it was so BATtered by the plow.
    Getting rid of that big junk is half the BATtle.
    *Oldest coin-1775 Spanish 1 real *Oldest U.S. silver-1833 Capped Bust Half Dime *Best coin - 1945 GOLD 2 1/2 peso *Best Civil War finds:*NC officers belt buckle *CSN Confederate Navy Officer button

  8. #38
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    Just plain awesome, congrats

  9. #39
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    Quote Originally Posted by ModernMiner View Post
    Getting rid of that big junk is half the BATtle.
    these post are driving me BATty
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    Republic of Texas Navy Cuff Button
    US Civil War Belt Plate
    Louisiana Pelican Cuff Button
    Louisiana Pelican Coat Button
    Corps of Artillerists and Engineers Button 1798-1802
    Two CW eagle coat buttons
    One CW eagle cuff buttonMonogrammed Silver Love Token
    M1858 Remington Revolver Trigger Guard
    Coin Silver mid-1800s "Fede Ring"
    dateless half real
    1840, 1851, 1852-O, and 1857 Half Dimes
    1891-O and one dateless Seated Liberty Dime
    1892-O and 1899 Barber Quarters
    1942-P and two 1943-P War Nickels
    shotgun breechblock
    iron prisoner shackles
    picket pin
    Plantation tokens
    Minieballs, Beefaloes, V and Shield Nickels, and some GawGag

  10. #40

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    Nice finds again and as always, great video. Keep swinging, digging and posting

    Sent from my iPhone using TreasureNet
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  11. #41

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    The fields have been very kind to you guys
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  12. #42
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    You two! You guys always amaze me with your finds! I was in you guys backyard today on Business..Red Stick! Anyway...Great finds as Always. You guys keep digging those great finds!
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  13. #43
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    Quote Originally Posted by ModernMiner View Post
    Getting rid of that big junk is half the BATtle.
    I hope that my finding sporting goods buried in sugar cane fields will aBATe.
    2020 CaneField Bandits Totals:
    Republic of Texas Navy Cuff Button
    US Civil War Belt Plate
    Eagle Breastplate
    Two 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
    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
    dateless half real
    half-cut half real (“quarter real”)
    1781 and 1807 half reales
    1840 quarter franc French silver
    1850 20 centimes French silver
    1852 three cent silver and a dateless 1/4 of a three cent silver
    Two 1839-O, 1840, 1848-O, 1851, 1851-O, 1852-O, two 1853's, 1856-O, 1857, 1857-O and two 1858-O Half Dimes
    1874, 1891-O and one dateless Seated Liberty Dime
    1877-CC Seated Quarter
    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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  14. #44
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    Quote Originally Posted by zaxfire69 View Post
    You two! You guys always amaze me with your finds! I was in you guys backyard today on Business..Red Stick! Anyway...Great finds as Always. You guys keep digging those great finds!
    If we live in a good place for Colonial and Civil War, then you live in a Mecca for it. Got any goodies lately?
    2020 CaneField Bandits Totals:
    Republic of Texas Navy Cuff Button
    US Civil War Belt Plate
    Eagle Breastplate
    Two 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
    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
    dateless half real
    half-cut half real (“quarter real”)
    1781 and 1807 half reales
    1840 quarter franc French silver
    1850 20 centimes French silver
    1852 three cent silver and a dateless 1/4 of a three cent silver
    Two 1839-O, 1840, 1848-O, 1851, 1851-O, 1852-O, two 1853's, 1856-O, 1857, 1857-O and two 1858-O Half Dimes
    1874, 1891-O and one dateless Seated Liberty Dime
    1877-CC Seated Quarter
    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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  15. #45
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    "The Detector Stand Man"

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    Quote Originally Posted by BuckleBoy View Post
    If we live in a good place for Colonial and Civil War, then you live in a Mecca for it. Got any goodies lately?
    I don't know about Mecca, but there is some nice spots to hunt up here. Last week I found those carved bullets and the cut Large Cent. Haven't went been this week..hopefully over the weekend I will try to get out.
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