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    Spanish silver, Revolutionary War, Connecticut copper, George I-II-III.

    Had a very nice week end hunt. Hit a few fields with some good results managing to not only break my 18 months Spanish silver drought but find one of my bucket lister coppers. George the first was on the list for a while and I almost gave up on finding one as my areas for some reason never produce coppers from that period (or they are too beat to ID) Got an invitation from a friend of mine on a new permission and within an hour had the coin in the finds pouch. On top of it, its condition isn't bad at all for a 300 years old copper.

    George I Halfpenny 1723

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    Also found a few other nice coppers.

    George II Halfpenny 1749

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    Spread Eagle Halfpenny 1815

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    And Sir Isaac Brock Halfpenny 1816

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    After getting back to my permissions decided to hit a field that had,in my view, some great potential but only previously produced the coins and relics form Victorian era (mid to late 1800's). Finally manged to find a spot on a huge field where an older house was located. After removing some Victorian junk started finding coins and relics fro Georgian era. Pretty soon, got a strong silver signal on my Deus and pulled a bit worn 1 Real coin.

    1 Real 1797 - Carolus IV

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    A few copper coins. Connecticut copper 1785

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    Draped Bust cent 1802

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    Trade and Navigation Halfpenny 1813

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    And my first Victoria Penny 1884

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    Found a few good relics as well.

    Revolutionary War 67th and 60th Regiment of foot buttons.

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    And what looks like a lead seal.

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    A busy but productive week end, just the way I like them.

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    Thanks for the comments.
    Da Deus Fortunae

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    Charlie

    Feb 2015
    New York/Florida
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    My goodness , that’s a haul and a half
    Great digs man !!
    Love the ship token !
    And those buttons are killer. Hh gl
    Eastcoast

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    bolle

    Sep 2014
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    Again? Amazing finds!!!!!!
    6 More Years in CA , then we can escape to "Free America".......

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    Randy

    Aug 2017
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    Outstanding!!! You can almost take the year off after all those great finds!!! Very Nice!!! Congrats!!!

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    us
    Jun 2018
    Bucks County PA
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    What a haul!!! It is incredible you were able to recover such a great variety!! CONGRATULATIONS!!!!
    Last edited by EdHartzel; May 07, 2019 at 11:03 PM.

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    jacdec1968

    Feb 2014
    Martinsburg, Pa. in the summer and Apache Junction, Az in the winter
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    You killed it with those finds. Congrats

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    Ken

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    The dirt treated those coins well!!! Great finds!!
    America the Beautiful!

    My You Tube Channel

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    Ken

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    Tommy

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    I would have to invest in some adult diapers if I was finding stuff like that those coins look ancient amazing finds.

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    Mar 2018
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    Unreal. I sure live in the wrong place, that's for sure! Gary

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    Anthony

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    Nice haul congrats...

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    ca
    Feb 2017
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    And the season just started.
    Can’t wait to see what else ends up in your finds pouch.
    To Dig or not to Dig

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    us
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    Man! That would make for a good year!

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    CASPER

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    Motto = "I try to hit where others cant or others wont "

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    Priv8ear

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    Shenandoah Valley Va
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    Nicely done Aureus, Congrats and best wishes!
    Phil

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    Awesome finds! Congrats!

 

 
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