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  1. #1
    KirkTN

    Son Of a Cow Dog, would you look at this crap.

    Brother John Whooped me again. He found 5 eagle buttons today and I found this crap  well, not all of it's crap. What you're about to see are my humble share of todays finds.
    I like the flat button, don't know what era it is, do you? The other button/rivet has 4 W's with what looks like the top of a capitol bldg. between each W. Era? Don't know what the ornate piece with the rose is either. and how about the stirrup. What era do you think it is. Oh yea I have been wanting to find a harmonica reed in one piece, found two instead in the same hole.

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  2. #2
    nz
    Oct 2006
    New Zealand
    Minelab Sovereign GT
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    Re: Son Of a Cow Dog, would you look at this crap.

    Great finds KirkTN,
    You must have forgotten to load the pic with the crap. All I see is treasure.

    I must do some research on your buttons
    Mike

  3. #3
    us
    Aug 2006
    Eugene ,OR
    Etrac/ X-8-X-1/ /Excalibur 2/AuqaHog ~yayer
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    Re: Son Of a Cow Dog, would you look at this crap.

    Cool Finds! I like the Stirrup 8)
    Finding a Ring is a Treasure Returning a Ring is a Great Treasure HH

  4. #4
    KirkTN

    Re: Son Of a Cow Dog, would you look at this crap.

    Thanks yall,

    trikikiwi, I'd appreciate any info you find on the buttons.

    KirkTN

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    us
    Jan 2006
    SE Louisiana
    Garrett AT Pro & Ace 250
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    Re: Son Of a Cow Dog, would you look at this crap.

    Kirk,

    I see treasures too. I would love to find some more harmonica reeds. The buttons are really neat, I can't help you with them, but somebody will be along to help ID them. I think you had a great day hunting.

    RR










  6. #6
    nz
    Oct 2006
    New Zealand
    Minelab Sovereign GT
    3,544
    652 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Re: Son Of a Cow Dog, would you look at this crap.

    Mate, I'm guessing the Stad'd button is British by the spelling of colour.

    I am very new at trying to id buttons, but I know you will receive the right info from others here.



  7. #7
    us
    Dec 2006
    Pacific Northwest
    Whites DFX; Minelab eTrac
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    Re: Son Of a Cow Dog, would you look at this crap.

    Looks like a great treasure day to me. Congratulations!!

  8. #8
    us
    Oct 2007
    Quincy, CA
    Minelab Safari with SEF 8x6; coming soon: FORS Gold+
    983
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    Re: Son Of a Cow Dog, would you look at this crap.

    Crap? Crap That's HISTORY my friend. Way to go!!!

    Oh, what kind of spoon is that?

    Ray

  9. #9

    Mar 2003
    Eastern North Carolina
    5,632
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    Re: Son Of a Cow Dog, would you look at this crap.

    I dunno kirk looks like a great day of digs to me wtg
    hh
    dave+bobbie
    dave-enc

  10. #10

    Re: Son Of a Cow Dog, would you look at this crap.

    Goes with the territory. I like the hard work as it builds anticipation for the good stuff. It has parrells with fishing. I never liked fishing lakes stocked with thousands of fish (too easy). I like big rivers & stalking specimen fish. Takes longer with many blanks but the rewards are far greater!!

    May you have many more cr*p days followed by your due reward
    TOO BUSY TO DETECT,YOU'RE TOO BUSY!!!

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    A real man thinks about detecting every 6 seconds.
    'They look over their shoulder, I look to the ground' 30/09/12
    We can not understand ourselves unless we understand our HISTORY.
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  11. #11

    Apr 2006
    SE Virginia
    88
    Banner Finds (1)

    Re: Son Of a Cow Dog, would you look at this crap.

    The flat button is from the early 1800's , prior to 1840 anyway .

  12. #12
    us
    Apr 2007
    God's lap
    X-terra 70 ACE 250
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    Re: Son Of a Cow Dog, would you look at this crap.

    Crap Where Sheesh! I would be thrilled to find that stuff! lol Nice finds!

  13. #13
    Fishing for the big find

    Aug 2007
    Athens Tenn.
    Whites DFX & XLT and Garrett ACE 250
    63

    Re: Son Of a Cow Dog, would you look at this crap.

    Cool finds Kirk !!!!

  14. #14

    Mar 2005
    Minelab Explorer SE/Garrett GTI 2500/ Ace 250
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    53 times

    Re: Son Of a Cow Dog, would you look at this crap.

    i dunno, i like the button, reeds and that suspender clasp. they may not be coins but they are still cool relics. nice finds!
    GTI 2500/ACE 250

  15. #15

    Feb 2008
    43

    Re: Son Of a Cow Dog, would you look at this crap.

    Yup. Pure treasure. No crap here. Good job, keep up the hunting!

 

 
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