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  1. A couple Firsts and a Second, count at 70 Flat buttons

    Nice one bud. Sweet site - keep on digging
  2. VMI CADET Button Found - R.W. Robinson on back - Civil War??

    I don't have my books at work, but generally the VMI buttons from that era are rare.
  3. Any clue? Brass bronze oriental devil demon found at late 1700s trade site.

    Try searching using the word "Grotesque". That's the catch-all word for those types of items
  4. Oldest US silver to date

    And I clicked on this post thinking it’d be someone’s first roosie, but hoping it’d be something like that! WTG!!
  5. 🥇 BANNER 1878 Contemporary counterfeit Trade dollar, San Francisco mint mark!

    Funny enough I dug a counterfeit gold a few days ago. Different site miles away. No gold on it anymore
  6. 17th-18th century Baldric Buckle, 1804 half cent, and shiny flat buttons

    Thx Jeff. Hope you’re well and finding good stuff
  7. 17th-18th century Baldric Buckle, 1804 half cent, and shiny flat buttons

    Thanks Pepp. And yes, I think the same thing when I ring mine. Cheers and good luck this upcoming season. CA must be thawing now I hope
  8. First hunt with The Legend finds big Spanish

    Sometimes we all get those perfect signals in well hunted spots that leave us scratching our heads. I joke with my detecting buddies that sometimes, “I must have swinged when I should have swung” in that particular spot
  9. A Quick Hunt at a Colonial Site

    Keep digging
  10. First silver of 2022/ 1810 half dollar

    Beauty! Congrats
  11. Tallio Cuff links, 11 more flat buttons

    You must be digging PA sand again… great finds
  12. Scrappy

    Hi ECH! I heard you do t find as much silver as Billy Z

    Hi ECH! I heard you do t find as much silver as Billy Z
  13. Beach mystery find need help ! Coin , badge? Silver , pewter?

    I think you’re not far off with the brooch, or maybe a hat or coat badge. Sometimes the British crest had beaded crowns atop. Try starting there by googling “beaded British hat badge” or something similar.
  14. Black Glass Bottle Kinda Day.....Nice pewter spoon too

    Wow! That bottle looks as good as the day it went in! Minus the crack
  15. Back for good! Silver drachm.

    Fantastic find. How deep do you reckon the Roman layer is that got disturbed by that tree?
  16. 17th-18th century Baldric Buckle, 1804 half cent, and shiny flat buttons

    Thanks bud. That’s one of my nice buckle boxes
  17. My first Crotal Bell

    Clean that one up and maybe we can figure out a date range for you
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