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  1. #1
    Dec 2008
    E-Trac / Garett Pro Pointer
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    1st token

    Found my 1st token at a 1700's home in Frederick, Md. The date on it is 1964-65 and it says Marylands World Fair Commission one side. The other side has Fransis Scott Key on it. Its a 150th anniversary token and I found it on the net valued at $15.00. What a great find and a piece of local history. Thanks for looking and good luck over the long weekend.
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    Life is way too short. Appreciate what you have. Live a simple life, and most importantly, don't sweat the small stuff.

  2. #2
    Charter Member
    An unidentified coin is a piece of metal. An identified coin is a piece of history.

    Oct 2004
    N. San Diego area (Pic of my two best 'finds'; son and grandson)
    Minelab Explorer
    15023 times
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    Re: 1st token

    Here's another one:
    And here's five of them priced as a lot for $10:

  3. #3

    Jul 2004
    Shelbyville or any yard where the owner will let me detect!
    ace 250
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    Metal Detecting
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    Re: 1st token

    good job on that cool token !



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