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    Awesome powder flask, silver coins, and more!

    Had a nice 1840s permission today, it was hit before but I made the best of it. Got my 1st powder flask! Also 5 wheats (97fty) 1932 quarter, 43p war nickel (silver 19 fty) a token from Zack Periwinkles arcade, and some other odds and ends. Thanks for looking and hh!!Click image for larger version. 

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    NICE FLASK, COOL HUNTING SCENE
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    WOW ! Your right it is awesome, they are mostly much more beat up that that. Good, or maybe better Great Find

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    Hawks88

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    Nice flask and love that quarter. Congrats!
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    If that '32 quarter has either a 'D' or 'S' mint mark, you've got a coin worth more that $!00.
    Great saves !
    Don.........
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    Great finds Cjon! I love the powder flask. Very cool find.
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    Very nice powder flask.
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    got Mass Silver?

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    Now we're metal detecting. Congrats
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    Quote Originally Posted by sutphin View Post
    NICE FLASK, COOL HUNTING SCENE
    thanks, I couldn't believe it when it came out!

    Quote Originally Posted by Rick (Nova Scotia) View Post
    WOW ! Your right it is awesome, they are mostly much more beat up that that. Good, or maybe better Great Find
    thank you Rick! Broke into two pieces when it came out but both pieces are fully intact, I'm very happy to have this

    Quote Originally Posted by Hawks88 View Post
    Nice flask and love that quarter. Congrats!
    thank you!

    Quote Originally Posted by Mackaydon View Post
    If that '32 quarter has either a 'D' or 'S' mint mark, you've got a coin worth more that $!00.
    Great saves !
    Don.........
    thank you Don unfortunately it's plain, but I'm not complaining

    Quote Originally Posted by Silvermonkey View Post
    Great finds Cjon! I love the powder flask. Very cool find.
    thank you silver Monkey

    Quote Originally Posted by Silver Tree Chaser View Post
    Very nice powder flask.
    thanks a lot much appreciated

    Quote Originally Posted by rook3434 View Post
    Now we're metal detecting. Congrats
    thanks man!

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    us
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    Very cool powder flask and silver coins too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by washingtonian View Post
    Very cool powder flask and silver coins too!
    thanks washingtonian

    Quote Originally Posted by Trezurehunter View Post
    Thats a nice powder flask CJ. That in itself made for a great hunt.
    thanks a lot I thought so too!

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    LOVE the powder flask! I've always thought they were one of the very coolest of relics and it's one of my top bucket-listers. Congratulations!
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    Pretty Kool! I have one...., although not as decorative. Congrats!
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    Congrats on a nice assortment of finds
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