- Feb 11, 2015
- Detector(s) used
- Minelab EQ800, Ex2
- Primary Interest:
- All Treasure Hunting
What's it getting covered over with?It's a great spot but will soon be covered over. Hopefully I'll find something else tonight.
Housing development, they bring in crushed rock to make it look pretty.What's it getting covered over with?
Lots of history here, it's exciting to be connected to it. You sure have to love dog tags!!Well done on the latest tag (by far the nicest)
I'm also drawn to the town's name-very cool.
I'm glad you beat the bulldozers! Congrats! I love those dog tags!Housing development, they bring in crushed rock to make it look pretty.
Thanks, they are still helping out gas lines soon!!I'm glad you beat the bulldozers! Congrats! I love those dog tags!
Thanks trezurehunter, I agree!!That is one nice old dog tag. Great find.
Thanks Squirrel, I have been talking to him on a Facebook page. He is a very nice gentleman and is sending me copies of the Colorado dog tags, to share with my local metal detecting group!! There was a 1895, the town started in 1894, hopefully I'll find one, if they even made them that year.Awesome dog tag! Mr, oddcoins in the “got old dog tags” thread can tell you if it’s the oldest known Cripple Creek tag. At 1898 there’s a decent chance!