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    What is your wierdest find!! IF YOUR SUEEMISH DONT CLICK THIS POST. MY GOLD FIND

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ID:	1482939I found these looked like a set of lower teeth there were two on each side in the back I did some field work and with a rock smashed the plastic teeth away so just the gold was left. lol well I hope gold was left I didn't want to totally creep out my gold jeweler guy. I still think it might have even though he says he does buy Dentist gold. I'm hoping its gold I dont think he would have sent them away for essay if they weren't LOL Ill know by the end of the week. I guess these can have gold and other precious metals mixed in we will see. My creepiest find still is the time I had a silver dollar/half dollar signal and dug it up it was coming from an old bag I opened the bag hoping for a cache of coinage only to find a cat skeleton and it was the collar tag that was making the signal eeehhhhh!!!!! I put Morris back
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    Here you go. Found in France. I left it there, I can give you the coordinates no problem. It has a big chunk of gold as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aureus View Post
    Here you go. Found in France. I left it there, I can give you the coordinates no problem. It has a big chunk of gold as well.

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    Thats hillarious give me some credit I didnt disturb the body just removed the teeth LOL (just kidding) My find did not have that many teeth I think it was 4 2 on each side I needed the gold. I guess it depends on the person LOL Grab a pair of tongs stick em in a bag mail em to me ... LOL
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    Are those uppers I could have a set!!!!! I bet George Washinton would have paid some high dollars for them. Wooden you think!!!
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    Interesting find.
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    Quote Originally Posted by A2coins View Post
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ID:	1482939I found these looked like a set of lower teeth there were two on each side in the back I did some field work and with a rock smashed the plastic teeth away so just the gold was left. lol well I hope gold was left I didn't want to totally creep out my gold jeweler guy. I still think it might have even though he says he does buy Dentist gold. I'm hoping its gold I dont think he would have sent them away for essay if they weren't LOL Ill know by the end of the week. I guess these can have gold and other precious metals mixed in we will see. My creepiest find still is the time I had a silver dollar/half dollar signal and dug it up it was coming from an old bag I opened the bag hoping for a cache of coinage only to find a cat skeleton and it was the collar tag that was making the signal eeehhhhh!!!!! I put Morris back
    That's pretty hilarious. Hoping for a cache of coins and it's a dead cat hahaha
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mzjavert View Post
    Interesting find.
    Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by Divine Profit View Post
    That's pretty hilarious. Hoping for a cache of coins and it's a dead cat hahaha
    That was way creepier than this
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    My weirdest find was an old light blue cork top bottle from the 1800s, filled with old teeth! I found it in my grandparents back yard, though. They had dug it up a long time before on one of their bottle digging expeditions. Unfortunately, I knocked the box it was in over and broke it, otherwise Id show you.

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    You won't creep out a gold buyer, especially if he's been around for a while. I was a buyer for a while. We saw and tested all kinds of things. I've seen teeth, bridges, plates or whatever that is you have. It's not uncommon for them to see that stuff. Some buy from dentists, and the older guy that taught me talked about a mason jar full of teeth that he supposedly saw at one time. I guess they came from an funeral home. No clue if it was true or not, I didn't personally see them.

    Either way! Gold is gold!!


    Added...After I posted I saw the post above. I guess people kept jars of teeth! I've heard that a few times, and wonder if some of that stuff made it to the states after the war? Makes you wonder!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nitric View Post
    You won't creep out a gold buyer, especially if he's been around for a while. I was a buyer for a while. We saw and tested all kinds of things. I've seen teeth, bridges, plates or whatever that is you have. It's not uncommon for them to see that stuff. Some buy from dentists, and the older guy that taught me talked about a mason jar full of teeth that he supposedly saw at one time. I guess they came from an funeral home. No clue if it was true or not, I didn't personally see them.

    Either way! Gold is gold!!
    Yes my Jeweler said he gets gold from funeral parlers . He sen this off to essay any ideas what kind of gold is used carrot wise just curious
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Pueblo View Post
    My weirdest find was an old light blue cork top bottle from the 1800s, filled with old teeth! I found it in my grandparents back yard, though. They had dug it up a long time before on one of their bottle digging expeditions. Unfortunately, I knocked the box it was in over and broke it, otherwise Id show you.
    That's funny were they gold teeth
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    Quote Originally Posted by A2coins View Post
    Yes my Jeweler said he gets gold from funeral parlers . He sen this off to essay any ideas what kind of gold is used carrot wise just curious
    That I don't remember......I do know teeth were 16k. Not sure that we ever found a gold bridge. I remember testing them because a lot of people were sure they were platinum. But it's been a while and I don't remember if any tested or turned out to be platinum. But teeth? Almost always tested 16k.
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    He was guessing 6 to 8 k I hope I got honest essay results most I assume are honest people is that the case or is it a crap shoot? Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nitric View Post
    That I don't remember......I do know teeth were 16k. Not sure that we ever found a gold bridge. I remember testing them because a lot of people were sure they were platinum. But it's been a while and I don't remember if any tested or turned out to be platinum. But teeth? Almost always tested 16k.
    He was guessing 6 to 8 k I hope I got honest essay results most I assume are honest people is that the case or is it a crap shoot? Thanks
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