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    ooooooooooooooohh aaaaaaaaaaaaaahh i love that warm and fuzzy feeling.oh man i just wiizzed my drawers lookin at this thinking of the day i get to experience that !
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    WHAT THE ______ ! this thread is over 1 1/2 old and i just wizzed my drawers again over the same thread ? it sucks getting old.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nomad 11 View Post
    WHAT THE ______ ! this thread is over 1 1/2 old and i just wizzed my drawers again over the same thread ? it sucks getting old.
    Haha
    Unfortunately that means I'm over a year and a half older now too!
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    I'm happy that this thread can me back up after reading through it again it seems to me that not enough attention was paid to the fact that no nickel or copper coins were found . This lends credence to the cache idea i think. Definitely. what my detecting dreams are made of !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Erik in NJ View Post
    Better yet how did so much US coinage get there? Was there broken glass mixed in at all? Could have been in a mason jar and may be more! I would build a sifter and sift that whole area ..... Probably more there is my guess. Looking forward to unraveling the mystery.
    American coins have been used as currency in Nova Scotia for years. Its still common to find them in your change. You can use them here to pay for things and no one cares. We did a lot of trade with the USA in the past. Small boats went across to New England often so USA coins are not rare here even the older ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Argentium View Post
    I'm happy that this thread can me back up after reading through it again it seems to me that not enough attention was paid to the fact that no nickel or copper coins were found . This lends credence to the cache idea i think. Definitely. what my detecting dreams are made of !
    I couldn't call it a "pocket spill" but because of how they were scattered and then especially after another 20 were found feet away I had to call it a "spill". Perhaps it was a cache and they were altogether in something at one time but in its type of location no farm plow or anything like that could've disturbed it. Forever a good mystery. I was told a store was ran out of the long gone old house that was once on the property so a good chance all the money came from there!
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    Quote Originally Posted by nomad 11 View Post
    WHAT THE ______ ! this thread is over 1 1/2 old and i just wizzed my drawers again over the same thread ? it sucks getting old.
    at that pace you'll soon be an old fart like me !
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    I know this is an old thread but what I have found is very often many coins will be at the end of a driveway where an old house was razed.

    It also explains the coins being in the road. There was a cache in the house. It was razed and the property somewhat bulldozed. The cache fell apart as the property was being hauled or pushed down the road.

    Roads or driveways are the only way in and out with equipment and debris. I hope one day to find something similar.
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    Quote Originally Posted by villival View Post
    I know this is an old thread but what I have found is very often many coins will be at the end of a driveway where an old house was razed.

    It also explains the coins being in the road. There was a cache in the house. It was razed and the property somewhat bulldozed. The cache fell apart as the property was being hauled or pushed down the road.

    Roads or driveways are the only way in and out with equipment and debris. I hope one day to find something similar.
    You never know. Great theory. Thanks for checking it out after all this time. I still think about that find and dig out all the time. It was awesome!
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    Quote Originally Posted by K1DDO1979 View Post
    It was awesome!
    it still is buddy
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    nice finds!
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    WOW !!!
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  15. #195
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    "Nova Scotia is a metal detecting paradise"

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    Quote Originally Posted by E-Trac-Ohio View Post
    WOW !!!
    Glad to see people are still checking it out. Was a memory Iíll have forever!
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