1907 50 cent piece…

K1DDO1979

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I did a deep woods hunt following a stone wall. It was very quiet most of the time except for the usual bullet shells and lead chunks. I did manage to hit a small hot spot along the way. Got a 1842 Canada bank token and a nice silver 1907 50 cent piece! πŸ˜πŸ‘
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I did a deep woods hunt following a stone wall. It was very quiet most of the time except for the usual bullet shells and lead chunks. I did manage to hit a small hot spot along the way. Got a 1842 Canada bank token and a nice silver 1907 50 cent piece! πŸ˜πŸ‘ View attachment 2047220 View attachment 2047221 View attachment 2047222 View attachment 2047223 View attachment 2047224 View attachment 2047225 View attachment 2047226 View attachment 2047227 View attachment 2047228 View attachment 2047229 View attachment 2047230 View attachment 2047231
Very Nice!!! Congrats!!!
 

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Nice find thanks for showing us :)
 

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You've got so much history in Atlantic Canada Kevin. :thumbsup:
Congrats on all of the coinage, especially the Edward Fifty Cent Piece!
Based on your finds, I'd say that site deserves a revisit.
Dave

Now that I'm regularly travelling to the Maritimes for business, I'm hoping to get permission to an early 19thc home site that one of my dealers lives on near Beechville, NS. In 1816, the first Black refugees from the War of 1812 arrived in Beechville, NS. The early settlers of the community were refugee Blacks fleeing from the southern American colonies. They were given a grant of five thousand acres close to the Northwest Arm in an area to be known as Refugee Hill.
 
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K1DDO1979

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You've got so much history in Atlantic Canada Kevin. :thumbsup:
Congrats on all of the coinage, especially the Edward Fifty Cent Piece!
Based on your finds, I'd say that site deserves a revisit.
Dave

Now that I'm regularly travelling to the Maritimes for business, I'm hoping to get permission to an early 19thc home site that one of my dealers lives on near Beechville, NS. In 1816, the first Black refugees from the War of 1812 arrived in Beechville, NS. The early settlers of the community were refugee Blacks fleeing from the southern American colonies. They were given a grant of five thousand acres close to the Northwest Arm in an area to be known as Refugee Hill.
That would he awesome. I know beachhille well! 😁
 

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I did a deep woods hunt following a stone wall. It was very quiet most of the time except for the usual bullet shells and lead chunks. I did manage to hit a small hot spot along the way. Got a 1842 Canada bank token and a nice silver 1907 50 cent piece! πŸ˜πŸ‘ View attachment 2047220 View attachment 2047221 View attachment 2047222 View attachment 2047223 View attachment 2047224 View attachment 2047225 View attachment 2047226 View attachment 2047227 View attachment 2047228 View attachment 2047229 View attachment 2047230 View attachment 2047231
Great finds there πŸ‘
 

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Please show us a picture when it is cleaned up
 

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I did a deep woods hunt following a stone wall. It was very quiet most of the time except for the usual bullet shells and lead chunks. I did manage to hit a small hot spot along the way. Got a 1842 Canada bank token and a nice silver 1907 50 cent piece! πŸ˜πŸ‘ View attachment 2047220 View attachment 2047221 View attachment 2047222 View attachment 2047223 View attachment 2047224 View attachment 2047225 View attachment 2047226 View attachment 2047227 View attachment 2047228 View attachment 2047229 View attachment 2047230 View attachment 2047231
great saves and love that silver, wtg
 

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i don't think I have seen an ED 5 fifty cent on here before....
 
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K1DDO1979

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Minelab equinox 800, Fisher F75 Ltd SE 2 & Fisher F2 with 11"DD
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i don't think I have seen an ED 5 fifty cent on here before....
Yeah they weren’t made for long that’s for sure. Such a short reign. I am lucky I found 2 of them Edward’s. This one and a 1904 Newfoundland 50 cent piece! 😁
 

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