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  1. Catch up time! - A Diggin We did go!

    Nice finds, Patch. It is on for this Fall! KK against The Iron Team!!!!! Kirk
  2. Brass barrel spigot. Date?

    You found an 18th century barrel tap. Nice find! Kirk
  3. Copper and Buttons

    Got out today to my Colonial farm. Found some nice stuff. The best find was the 1818 Coronet cent. This site has produced 8 coppers and 41 buttons so far. Keep the passion high! Kirk
  4. ๐Ÿฅ‡ BANNER 1700s gold broach, Kings American Dragoons Rosette and other great finds

    That sure was an epic day. Whips Iron Patch's day and his crusty coppers. :laughing7: Kirk
  5. Colonial Farm Hunt - Circa 1760

    Thanks, Gentlemen. This farm is 299 acres. I still have a lot of ground to hit. Kirk
  6. Colonial Farm Hunt - Circa 1760

    Hello, Gents, it has been awhile since I have posted. This is the first time out since May. I got out today to my colonial farm and it did not disappoint. I found an 1818 Coronet cent, 7 buttons (2 Dandy), and a nice ornate shoe buckle frame piece. Keep the passion high! Kirk
  7. 1849 GOLD COIN, FROM THE GOLD RUSH..IN PHILLY..WOW.

    Still holding to my original. A modern-replica that is either plated or just brass. Definitely should change the title, Vino. Kirk
  8. Some Good Finds During Time Off.

    D. the Hound Daaaag is back at it! What a nice group of early finds, D.! Keep at the animal and you shall find. Kirk
  9. Cool oval cuff button with a dog on it.

    Looks 18th century to me. Kirk
  10. 1849 GOLD COIN, FROM THE GOLD RUSH..IN PHILLY..WOW.

    Nice find for historical context, but definitely plated, Vino. A nice find though still. Kirk
  11. ANOTHER FIND-OF-A-LIFETIME: RARE New Orleans Token, BIG SILVER & FOUR MORE silvers!

    Amazing how this didn't make the Banner. Worth more than a crusty. :>) Kirk
  12. Killer Early (1690-1720) Complete Buckle, 1853 Half Dime, Brass Shield Pin?

    Another Oh, Lawd moment here! Now you have set the bar high, Abe. Atta-boy! Kirk
  13. Short Hunt: Silver Quarter and a Ring

    Great scouting trip, Buck. How old is some of that pottery? It looks 18th century. I like to see you displaying your finds. :) Kirk
  14. Todays Colonial Water Trip Yields a coin Ive never found & a heart attack

    Oh, Lawwd! AT Gold? What do the deep signals sound like? I am just curious because I haven't dug anything too deep yet. Kirk
  15. 1794 liberty cap. LARGE CENT!!!!

    Thank you, Don, for clearing it up. 1794 is still a great find, Man! Kirk
  16. Cufflinks

    Also to take note, cufflinks went out of fashion in the very early 19th century. Probably around 1802 or so. Kirk
  17. Cufflinks

    The house burnt in 1820 though, Steve. So the 1830 time frame is probably not right. I bet they are very late 1790s. Kirk
  18. Cufflinks

    These are Colonial all day long. Kirk
  19. Native American Artifacts, Colonial all the way up to 1943

    Nice work, Josh! Loving your passion for the Colonial stuff. That Gem razor part is awesome. I actually used to shave with one of those a year ago. They deliver a fine BBS shave. Kirk
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