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  1. #31
    us
    Nov 2005
    Athens Tennessee
    Minelab
    377
    1 times

    Re: Indian Head Key Date?

    WOW, nice find no indians for me yet!
    The only easy day was yesterday

  2. #32
    us
    Oct 2007
    Pennsylvania
    Minelab Explorer II, Minelab Excalibur 1000
    618
    3 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Banner Finds (1)

    Re: Indian Head Key Date?

    Quote Originally Posted by waltripcrew
    WOW, nice find no indians for me yet!
    Thanks... I'm sure it is only a matter of time before you get your first Indian Head. I see you have a Minelab in your arsenal, so you should be getting nice depth. Good Luck!

  3. #33

    Re: Indian Head Key Date?

    EF-AU grade. WOWEE! Would like to see the back to determine if it is the "shallow" "N" variety. (if you could)
    1783 CFT. KG III 1/2 Penny (25-83A)-1 of 3 known *Sold $3,750, Vermont Landscape Coppers Ryder 6 *Sold $760, Ryder7 (Avatar)** Sold $1,275*,1st Batt Royal Artillery Cartridge Box Sling Belt Tip* SOLD $1,583*,(3)- GW Inaugural Buttons-2-Cobb# 17-J.* Sold both--$405 and $400. *GW Button Cobb 17-I-*Sold $316- New Jersey Copper M14-J Sold $125- Continental Army Button *Sold $800.....To be continued

  4. #34
    Charter Member
    CANE FIELD BANDITS and IRON BRIGADE MEMBER

    Jun 2006
    Moonlight and Magnolias
    Fisher F75, Fisher 1266-X and Tesoro Silver ÁMax
    14,798
    1854 times
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    Re: Indian Head Key Date?

    Excellent, Excellent Coin!!!


    Make sure you give it a distilled water soak for a good while after that peroxide! Once it's slabbed--if you go that route--there is no turning back for getting the peroxide off of it.


    That's a Fantastic Find! Hard to get IH's from the 1870's--I've only found a few--and rarely in that condition.



    -Buckleboy
    2014 CaneField Bandits Totals:
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    1829 Cap and Rays 1 Real
    1876-S Seated Quarter
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  5. #35
    us
    Oct 2007
    Pennsylvania
    Minelab Explorer II, Minelab Excalibur 1000
    618
    3 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Banner Finds (1)

    Re: Indian Head Key Date?

    Quote Originally Posted by hogge
    EF-AU grade. WOWEE! Would like to see the back to determine if it is the "shallow" "N" variety. (if you could)
    It does have a "shallow N". Can you tell me what this means in terms of value? I will post a picture tonight.

  6. #36
    us
    CS IS NEXT

    Nov 2005
    MARYLAND
    Garrett Infinium LS,White's MXT's and Surf II Lot's-O-Coil's
    8,569
    31 times
    Relic Hunting
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    Re: Indian Head Key Date?

    She's a Beaut PJ.....I thought my 65' was in great shape,this one does circle's around.....Congrat's and HH!!

  7. #37

    Re: Indian Head Key Date?

    Shallow "N" in CENT is scarce. I would add 25%-30% + to value of the final grade. This find, in my opinion, deserves the BANNER!
    1783 CFT. KG III 1/2 Penny (25-83A)-1 of 3 known *Sold $3,750, Vermont Landscape Coppers Ryder 6 *Sold $760, Ryder7 (Avatar)** Sold $1,275*,1st Batt Royal Artillery Cartridge Box Sling Belt Tip* SOLD $1,583*,(3)- GW Inaugural Buttons-2-Cobb# 17-J.* Sold both--$405 and $400. *GW Button Cobb 17-I-*Sold $316- New Jersey Copper M14-J Sold $125- Continental Army Button *Sold $800.....To be continued

  8. #38
    us
    Oct 2007
    Pennsylvania
    Minelab Explorer II, Minelab Excalibur 1000
    618
    3 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Banner Finds (1)

    Re: Indian Head Key Date?

    Here is another picture of the front and a shot of the reverse. Can you tell me if this looks like the "Shallow N" variety?
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  9. #39
    us
    Hi, Hey, Hello

    Mar 2008
    Near Philly
    Minelab ETRAC
    437
    7 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Re: Indian Head Key Date?

    Wow, that came out incredible! The detail is amazing. It's crazy knowing it came out of the ground!

  10. #40
    Charter Member
    CANE FIELD BANDITS and IRON BRIGADE MEMBER

    Jun 2006
    Moonlight and Magnolias
    Fisher F75, Fisher 1266-X and Tesoro Silver ÁMax
    14,798
    1854 times
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    Re: Indian Head Key Date?

    This one looks certainly like the Shallow N variety to me.  The difference between the underside of the N in "One" and the N in "Cent" is pretty bold--and I'd say that the difference would be more pronounced with the photo taken dead-on in a well-lit environment.  I would imagine that this variety is more difficult to distinguish on more heavily circulated examples.

    I'm curious to see what the other coin gurus have to say...


    Regards,


    Buckleboy
    2014 CaneField Bandits Totals:
    181? Cut Quarter of an 8 Reales
    1829 Cap and Rays 1 Real
    1876-S Seated Quarter
    Five Seated Half Dimes: Two 1840-O Half Dimes, 1842-O, 1848-O and 1857
    1876-CC, 1876-S, Two 1887 and an 1888 Seated Dimes
    U.S.S. New Orleans Silver Pendant (1890s)
    185? Large Cent
    1840s Convex Eagle Militia Button
    CW Eagle "I" Button
    CW Era "snake" Sword Hanger
    Blacksmith-Forged Picket Pin
    1941 Walking Liberty Half Dollar
    1943, 1954, and 1963-D Quarters
    1902-O Barber Dime
    1945 and 1945-S Mercury Dimes
    1864-L Indian Head Cent
    1866 and a Dateless Shield Nickel
    Assorted Civil War Bullets and Musketballs
    Plantation Tokens
    Indian Head Cents, Wheats, Buffaloes, and GawGag
    OUR 2013 YEAR-END POST: http://www.treasurenet.com/forums/to...-end-post.html
    OUR 2012 YEAR END POST:
    http://www.treasurenet.com/forums/20...ml#post3120940

    Any relics, coins, or other items appearing in my finds signatures were found on PRIVATE PROPERTY with total consent and permission from the owners of said property.

  11. #41
    us
    Oct 2007
    Pennsylvania
    Minelab Explorer II, Minelab Excalibur 1000
    618
    3 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Banner Finds (1)

    Re: Indian Head Key Date?

    Quote Originally Posted by BuckleBoy
    This one looks certainly like the Shallow N variety to me. The difference between the underside of the N in "One" and the N in "Cent" is pretty bold--and I'd say that the difference would be more pronounced with the photo taken dead-on in a well-lit environment. I would imagine that this variety is more difficult to distinguish on more heavily circulated examples.

    I'm curious to see what the other coin gurus have to say...


    Regards,


    Buckleboy

    Hopefully this is a little more visible.
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  12. #42
    us
    wolf pack!!!

    Sep 2006
    Texas
    Minlabe SE, ace 250, fisher 1280x
    4,555
    31 times
    Banner Finds (2)
    Honorable Mentions (1)

    Re: Indian Head Key Date? (Updated Picture)

    Agien, that is one purtty penny
    Leave no stone unturned.

  13. #43
    us
    Jun 2007
    Southern Ohio
    Garrett GTP 1350
    32

    Re: Indian Head Key Date?

    Quote Originally Posted by hogge
    Shallow "N" in CENT is scarce. I would add 25%-30% + to value of the final grade. This find, in my opinion, deserves the BANNER!
    I don't know anything about this variety, but if this is true I'd say you are looking at a $600 coin, even with it being out of the ground and cleaned. And that's assuming it would grade VF Details! It seems more like EF to me, but I am sitting in Outer Mongolia with no coin books such as Photograde to look at. If it were me, I would definitely send it in to ANACS. I've had so many coins come back in body bags from NGC and PCGS, that I'm pretty much done with them. ANACS is the "third tier", but they might just be the best company to work with. I've had nothing but good come out of sending coins to them. I sent a 1799 Heraldic Eagle Silver Dollar to them that I won off eBay, and they slabbed it and sent it right back. Go to their website and contact them - they'll send you a free kit in the mail which will include 50 coin flips and a bunch of submission forms. It's really simple to do. I know everyone here (including me) would be very curious to see the results. I also agree that this is banner material! Thanks for posting the reverse - this is one beautiful coin!

  14. #44

    Jul 2007
    central wa st
    garrett ace 250
    436

    Re: Indian Head Key Date? (Updated Picture)

    wow, nice find, absolute beautiful coin

  15. #45
    us
    Oct 2007
    Pennsylvania
    Minelab Explorer II, Minelab Excalibur 1000
    618
    3 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Banner Finds (1)

    Re: Indian Head Key Date?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Cotta
    Quote Originally Posted by hogge
    Shallow "N" in CENT is scarce. I would add 25%-30% + to value of the final grade. This find, in my opinion, deserves the BANNER!
    I don't know anything about this variety, but if this is true I'd say you are looking at a $600 coin, even with it being out of the ground and cleaned. And that's assuming it would grade VF Details! It seems more like EF to me, but I am sitting in Outer Mongolia with no coin books such as Photograde to look at. If it were me, I would definitely send it in to ANACS. I've had so many coins come back in body bags from NGC and PCGS, that I'm pretty much done with them. ANACS is the "third tier", but they might just be the best company to work with. I've had nothing but good come out of sending coins to them. I sent a 1799 Heraldic Eagle Silver Dollar to them that I won off eBay, and they slabbed it and sent it right back. Go to their website and contact them - they'll send you a free kit in the mail which will include 50 coin flips and a bunch of submission forms. It's really simple to do. I know everyone here (including me) would be very curious to see the results. I also agree that this is banner material! Thanks for posting the reverse - this is one beautiful coin!
    ANACS sounds like they are the easiest company to work with. I guess they are the ones I will go with in the future.


 

 
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