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  1. #61
    Quote Originally Posted by fishstick View Post
    You're still pulling out SMOKERS!!!!! SUPER CONGRATZ...........
    Thank you fishstick.
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    That's some fantastic hunts, there is nothing not to like, the coins & token are amazing, especially the 2c, awesome assortment of buttons, the crotal bell is a nice one, hard to find the large in one piece, congratulations on all the saves & HH
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    WOW! what an incredible couple of hunts there! congratulations! that has to be the most impressive variety of killer finds that I can remember ever seeing on this site. Outstanding! Way to go and good luck on your return hunts!
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    I meant to vote Banner in my post but here it is..Well done
    Thanks for the vote Tommy
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  5. #65
    Quote Originally Posted by devldog View Post
    Aureus, Congrat's to you on some really nice relics. I especially like the CW token.
    Thanks devldog
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    Quote Originally Posted by Inspector View Post
    That's some fantastic hunts, there is nothing not to like, the coins & token are amazing, especially the 2c, awesome assortment of buttons, the crotal bell is a nice one, hard to find the large in one piece, congratulations on all the saves & HH
    Thanks Inspector. I always wanted to find a complete crotal bell of this size but it's almost impossible to do in the fields.
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    Nice variety! That 2 cent piece is beautiful!
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  8. #68
    Quote Originally Posted by postalgriff View Post
    WOW! what an incredible couple of hunts there! congratulations! that has to be the most impressive variety of killer finds that I can remember ever seeing on this site. Outstanding! Way to go and good luck on your return hunts!
    Thanks postalgriff
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  9. #69
    Quote Originally Posted by Valley Ranger View Post
    Nice variety! That 2 cent piece is beautiful!
    Thanks Valley Ranger. I'm sure glad my first 2 cents piece turned out to be in such a great condition.
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    Cool finds!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aureus View Post
    Did 3 more hunts since my last post, not more than 2-3 hours each time. The heat is too much for me, even in the woods. Had a decent harvest nevertheless with a good variety of early military items, coins and relics.

    Only found three coins and, by funny coincidence, their denominations were of 1,2 and 3 cents.

    My first Union For Ever Civil War token 1864

    Attachment 1738058Attachment 1738059

    Then an other first Two cents - 1864 in a great condition

    Attachment 1738063Attachment 1738064

    And then, an other first Silver trime 1856 (it's my first trime of 90% silver purity)

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    Found a good number of early military relics and buttons.

    My fifth 1830's-1850's Victorian Horn Shako in an extremely good shape.

    Attachment 1738075

    Two more Crown Shakos from the same period and a brass one in the form of ''I'' or ''1'' I'm not familiar with.

    Attachment 1738082

    An other Tudor Rose shako piece, again 1830's-1850's

    Attachment 1738086

    A few nice buttons.

    Officer's artillery War of 1812

    Attachment 1738087

    Officer's Upper Canada Militia War of 1812 some silver plate still remaining (never seen or heard of these buttons before).

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    An other officer's button that looks to worn for ID

    Attachment 1738090

    Victorian ''P.R.'' button 1850's-1860's (Provincial Rifles?)

    Attachment 1738091

    Two mystery military buttons, I would guess early Victorian 1830's-1850's

    Attachment 1738092

    Canadian Militia 1830's-1850's

    Attachment 1738097

    And the same as last week mystery Volunteer Rifles from the same period

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    A military chain decoration. Not 100% sure of the use but possibly from a Victorian military hat.

    Attachment 1738115 Attachment 1738119

    An other relic I'm not familiar with. Was found in the same hole as the shako.

    Attachment 1738120

    Found a very interesting civilian relic as well. A lead figurine made in form of the boy riding a bicycle. What I found interesting on top of the mid to late 19th century clothes he seems to be wearing is the style of the bike. It has the front wheel equipped with pedals which is slightly larger than the back. This type of the bicycle resembles the 1860's-1870's type called Bone shaker, it was popular in Europe and the US up until early 1870's when it was replaced by the models that look much more like those we see today.

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    An other cool relic was the largest complete crotal bell I have ever found. (Always a pleasure to find those)

    Attachment 1738123


    Thanks for the comments.

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    One Word .

    WOW!!!!
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