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    Do Indians wear rings?

    Right to the point...no reason to beat around the bush, we do that enough when we are out detecting.

    Here is a combination of today and yesterdays finds from two permissions.
    The first permission was a house built in 1900 and the second permission was built in 1917

    A picture of all the finds. Lots of stuff, 2 cars a fork, 1 old necklace with copper leaves,
    1 rosie dime 1 merc, 3 buffs, 3 indians, 11 wheats ranging from 1917 to 1944, 2 tokens, one fob and other stuff as well.

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    3 Indians and a Ring. The cool thing about the ring is, I pulled the ring and 1900 Indian from the same hole! Do Indians wear rings?
    Considering the house was built in 1900, it makes it likely these were dropped around that time frame.
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    Two tokens and a Fob.
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    Not sure what the token is with the Egyptian symbols but its cool.
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    I particularly like the 3D fob as well.
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    2 Buffs with dates of 1920 and 1923
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    Pontiac made two versions of this token. I believe this is the early version of the two.
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    Necklace with copper leaves Modern Watch pendent
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    And finally a metal thing that looks like an ice sickle
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    Happy hunting everyone!
    Last edited by Ammoman; Dec 07, 2018 at 10:22 AM.
    Dig till you drop!

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    Nice!!! Congrats!!!
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    Wow! what a hunt !! how many stars around the liberty fob?. Congrats!!!!
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    Nice variety of finds, luv the Indians, did you get a date off any of the Buffalos? I still haven`t found one of those.
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    Great variety of finds. Cant beat an outing when you are finding coins, relics, jewelry and more.
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    Nice variety of finds. I like the ring and fob. Congrats
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    Quote Originally Posted by rickb2202 View Post
    Wow! what a hunt !! how many stars around the liberty fob?. Congrats!!!!
    The fob has 13 stars...6 on the left side and 7 on the right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ammoman View Post
    Right to the point...no reason to beat around the bush, we do that enough when we are out detecting.

    Here is a combination of today and yesterdays finds from two permissions.
    The first permission was a house built in 1900 and the second permission was built in 1917

    A picture of all the finds. Lots of stuff, 2 cars a fork, 1 old necklace with copper leaves,
    1 rosie dime 1 merc, 3 buffs, 3 indians, 11 wheats ranging from 1917 to 1944, 2 tokens, one fob and other stuff as well.

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    3 Indians and a Ring. The cool thing about the ring is, I pulled the ring and 1900 Indian from the same hole! Do Indians wear rings?
    Considering the house was built in 1900, it makes it likely these were dropped around that time frame.
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    Two tokens and a Fob.
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    Not sure what the token is with the Egyptian symbols on it are but its cool.
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    I particularly like the 3D fob as well.
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    OOPS...i need to take close up pictures of the buffs...they both have dates 1920 and 1922

    Happy hunting everyone!
    Nice finds. Is it possible that the fob is a large cent that has been stamped with that face? I know they did that with some silver coins.
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    Are you sure that's not a Barber Repouse or Pop Out Coin Fob? The face looks poorly done, but LIBERTY is very clear in the crown area.

    Cool Finds!

    Kace
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    Dang Ammoman very nice hunt! Congrats
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    Your Egyptian item is an Egyptian Magic Coin.

    They are officially tokens, sometimes described as "good luck coins" or "magician coins".



    They are usually 32 mm wide, made of bronze or brass, sometimes they are silver or gold plated.

    They have Egyptian symbols on them, usually a Pharaoh on one side and a Sphinx and Pyramids on the other side.

    They usually have no text inscriptions but some have advertising added.

    They have been made in the United States since at least 1905 when one appeared in a Sears catalog.

    They were sold or handed out by carnivals, fairs, promoters, magicians, and other groups.

    They are frequently found in accumulations of coins or souvenirs and also by metal detectors.

    One made an appearance in a 1946 film "Duel in the Sun" as a medallion worn by the film's star, Jennifer Jones.

    Look for "Egyptian Magic Coin" on the internet for information about these items.

    Note: Your token is a rare variety with a swastika on it.





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    Did Indians wear rings? Oh boy... I am not going to say anything
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    That is a great haul, Ammoman, congratulations. Old coins, tokens, fobs, all from the early 1900's, awesome. Sub
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    Quote Originally Posted by xcopperstax View Post
    Nice finds. Is it possible that the fob is a large cent that has been stamped with that face? I know they did that with some silver coins.
    Quote Originally Posted by Kace View Post
    Are you sure that's not a Barber Repouse or Pop Out Coin Fob? The face looks poorly done, but LIBERTY is very clear in the crown area.

    Cool Finds!

    Kace
    Thanks for looking,
    I am pretty sure its just a fob. To light and thin to be a coin and the back side is blank.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rubka888 View Post
    Did Indians wear rings? Oh boy... I am not going to say anything
    LOL obviously Indians do wear rings because I found a ring buried with one.
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