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Thread: hold yer horses, Amos----Pegasus is limpin, NICE button & more at Woodstock, NY

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    hold yer horses, Amos----Pegasus is limpin', NICE button & more at Woodstock, NY

    I am now diggin' every hit that tries to get above 47, so this 1 acre spot is gittin' scrubbed like a rogue server
    first up at the plate

    another spoon (piece)--this is pewter--
    they sure did do some chowin' down outdoors
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    another bullet, small broken pewter button, another bale seal ----- and a fresh water tank for a city of forest trolls (no eye deer what this was )

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    LORDY_______________ I finally dug a half cent


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    fried wheat

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    MEGA COOL 2 piece brass button---- crown on top, LONDON on bottom with name "CROSS"

    "no eye deer" how old this is

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    and last dig of the hunt---
    if the shoe doesn't fit--------
    you must replace it--

    this item will cover my gas to get to the off- Tinker St. parcel of Colonial surprises in Woodstock, NY

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    also got a new permission in the area-- 75 acre farm, again-- Colonial---
    gonna need patience here----- LOTS OF IRON----
    the ATPro acts like an M-16 with a 10,000 round belt of .223's--- 20 hits per swing
    Last edited by port ewen ace; Sep 13, 2017 at 03:03 PM.

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    All good finds,but that button is very cool !
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    Quote Originally Posted by G.A.P.metal View Post
    pe ace
    All good finds,but that button is very cool !
    Gary
    here is a shot after electrolysis --much gooder details

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    OMG! Beautiful half-cent. You need to get that slabbed YESTERDAY.

    Nice shoes.

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    ....Another fine post , Thanks !
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    Thanks for sharing your finds congrats
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    Growing old is not for sissies I thought it would take longer to get old.

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    I pulled this from another TN thread - this is just one of the replies in the thread...




    Quote Originally Posted by TomPA View Post
    The information that was provided was found in the book: Artifacts of Colonial America by Ivor Noel Hume. (Don't shoot the messenger-call the author!) As noted, dating horseshoes is difficult at best. As with any hand-made item, the maker has the liberty to make it as he/she wishes. A current gunmaker could easily produce a flintlock rifle with all the early fixtures, but it obviously would not be old. Same thing with an ancient spear/arrow point. All one can do is go with the professional studies that have been documented and make your best guess.
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    Love the Half Cent !
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    "the ATPro acts like an M-16 with a 10,000 round belt of .223's--- 20 hits per swing " That's where the good ones hide, go slow, and listen. You might be digging lots of iron but the rewards are worth while also. Congrats on the permission and the recent finds.

 

 

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