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    Chuck

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    A Mystery (to me) of the Deep.......

    Took a walk today. Not a lot to show, except this.........

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    It's copper, slightly larger than the 1919 Wheat I found, is wafer thin and has no discernible markings other than the 2 sets of arrowheads near the perimeter. I can't find anything on the interweb that has those markings. Any help would be appreciated.

    Thanks for lookin' in and the help with an ID, and good luck on all your hunts!!
    Back to the hunt.........

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    Hmmm, Don where are you!
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    Im guessing a token of some kind Hope it turns out to be something really cool. Tommy

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    Looks like a flat button back mark to me
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    I have rubbed these with a pencil lead, then the eraser...Sometimes brings out some detail. Can't hurt it more than what it is...

    Happy Hunting,
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    Quote Originally Posted by RelicMaster777 View Post
    Looks like a flat button back mark to me
    Me too.
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    Nice find. It is very old for a fact. GL on the ID.
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    Agree that it looks like the back of a flat button.

    aj
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    Quote Originally Posted by ajaj View Post
    Agree that it looks like the back of a flat button.

    aj
    Agreed flat button.
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    An unidentified coin is a piece of metal. An identified coin is a piece of history.

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    Can you post a pic of the reverse?
    Don.....
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    Good luck on the ID. I see most people are saying flat button, and that is a great possibility.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 63bkpkr View Post
    Hmmm, Don where are you!
    Yep, Don sure knows his coins!!
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    Back to the hunt.........

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    Chuck

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    Quote Originally Posted by RelicMaster777 View Post
    Looks like a flat button back mark to me
    Quote Originally Posted by l.cutler View Post
    Me too.
    Quote Originally Posted by ajaj View Post
    Agree that it looks like the back of a flat button.

    aj
    Quote Originally Posted by CRUSADER View Post
    Agreed flat button.
    I had not considered a button.......nice!!
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    Back to the hunt.........

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    Chuck

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    Quote Originally Posted by A2coins View Post
    Im guessing a token of some kind Hope it turns out to be something really cool. Tommy
    Thanks, Tommy........a merchants token?
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    Back to the hunt.........

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    Chuck

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiggerODirt View Post
    I have rubbed these with a pencil lead, then the eraser...Sometimes brings out some detail. Can't hurt it more than what it is...

    Happy Hunting,
    I haven't done anything to it, yet. I was afraid of loosing what details are still intact. It's a very good suggestion, thanks.
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    Back to the hunt.........

 

 
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