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    Quote Originally Posted by oxbowbarefoot View Post
    BANNER!!!!! Any Tree coin is banner in my opinion, add in the Sol and it's a no-brainer. fantastic hunt.
    Yeah shouldnít you have more BANNERS? Lol
    As you know I agree whole heartedly. I voted BANNER on his other post where Iím 99% sure Iíve got the correct variety ID. Iíll vote BANER on this one as well. I found a cob with my pine tree Shilling and you found a sol. Great stuff man
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    Insane silvers congrats
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    1652 cut tree coin and a Louis XIV 4 Sols

    I use Tapatalk for Tnet and cannot vote BANNER but I would definitely vote BANNER on something like this. A cut pine has to be more rare then a whole. Has Tnet ever seen a cut pine?

    Figured it out!! I voted BANNER.
    Last edited by Truth1253; Aug 05, 2018 at 01:31 PM.
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    Awesome early coins. Congrats!
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    Unquestionable banner for the cut pine tree. You must be super pleased with that recovery.
    Last edited by terpfan; Aug 06, 2018 at 11:23 AM.
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    Big congrats. That’s about as good as it gets, two 1600s silver coins. Wow.
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    Toasted you are rockin' it with finds lately. That cut pine tree is beyond awesome. If that's not Banner worthy, then I don't know what is. Oh yeah....let's not completely ignore the 4 sols. Great find there too. You are into to some of the earliest colonial stuff that can be found.
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    I would be over the moon with those silvers, and Iím sure you must be! Congrats man thatís a double whammy of a spectacular day.
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    Absolutely a fantastic hunt!

    I am voting Banner for the two incredible coins!
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    Thanks for the comments everyone. I am beyond ecstatic over these finds. So much so that I found a Barber on another beach today and it felt like finding clad lol. Thanks for the banner votes too though not sure how thats going to work with two threads on the find. I was just so excited when I first found it that I had to post it right away. Found the 4 sols immediately afterward
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    Quote Originally Posted by gwdigger View Post
    I was with my brother in law when he dug a beautiful holed 4 sols from 1675. I've never found one personally. Only French silver I have is a cut silver 6 or 12 sols from the Windward Islands. You have a really incredible site on your hands. I might have 3 or 4 sites like that in total. And thats over 28 years of detecting. They dont come around often.
    Ditto on the difficulty of finding those 17th century sites - even if you've been searching for many years. I only have several such sites that produced multiple finds.
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    got Mass Silver?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Truth1253 View Post
    I use Tapatalk for Tnet and cannot vote BANNER but I would definitely vote BANNER on something like this. A cut pine has to be more rare then a whole. Has Tnet ever seen a cut pine?

    Figured it out!! I voted BANNER.
    Here's a cut Oak Tree shilling I posted on TNet back in 2013 or so.

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    There's been a few cut Mass Silver coins posted on TNet that I recall. By the way, this cut Oak Tree is a Noe-1. The first of 14 varieties. That's very close in the series (one away) from the Willow Tree series - that's what you want to find - Willow Tree or New England variety - Ultra Rare!
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    got Mass Silver?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silver Tree Chaser View Post
    Here's a cut Oak Tree shilling I posted on TNet back in 2013 or so.

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    There's been a few cut Mass Silver coins posted on TNet that I recall. By the way, this cut Oak Tree is a Noe-1. The first of 14 varieties. That's very close in the series (one away) from the Willow Tree series - that's what you want to find - Willow Tree or New England variety - Ultra Rare!
    Thanks for the education STC. So is it more common to find any tree coin while or cut. Although very rare to find any tree coin period I was assuming more whole coins are found than cut due to size?
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