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    Nice Hunt with Dr. Witty in Tarrytown, New York

    T-Net member Dr. Witty's (AKA- Lou) sister, Suzy, who is on the Board of the Tarrytown Historical Society, put together a list of historical property permissions in and around Tarrytown, NY, that were incredible. Pre-1830 homes and properties, and the campus of the 110-year-old "Marymount College" (now the EF School). Our first stop was an old mansion, and Lou hit silver right away. A 1927 SLQ! My oldest coin of the day was a 1901 Indian Head, and I damn near had a heart attack when I thought I had dug my first sliver of Spanish Silver.. but no. A fantastic day and a new friend! Thanks Lou and Suzy!
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    nice finds
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    Great post! Sounds like a dream day of hunting, especially making new friends, with family ties to the historical society to boot! Congrats on a bunch of great finds!!
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    Nice Indian and fun finds all around!
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    Sounds like and looks like everyone had a great time. Congrats on the finds.
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    Nice finds. BTW, look very carefully at that copper/brass triangle. The native Americans were traded copper/brass points that look a lot like yours. I can't tell by the picture. But it's close, and if so it's better than a cut Spanish silver.
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    Congratualtions on the nice old coins! Looks like a great time!
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    Great work, Terry! 🙌 And kudos to your permission-getter. 😁 I thought Tarrytown changed their name to Sleepy Hollow?
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    Sleepy Hollow, is just north of Tarrytown, and to some is known as "North Tarrytown." A very history filled area.

 

 

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