A Little Park Silver

oldmxrat

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Got out for a couple hours this morning at a city park before my Dr. appointment. Sniffed out $1.83 in clad, a cart token from the Seattle airport, some kind of utility? tag, a phony cob and a 1957 Canadian holed dime.

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Always happy to find something other than clad!
 
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Nice finds! Thanks for sharing!!
 

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Sorry friend - No silver.

That’s a Canadian Cent coin…
 
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Oh, must have been plated. Oh well.

Think of it like this, a silver-plated Canadian penny, with a hole in it, is alot rarer than a silver Canadian dime.
 

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Congratulations on a nice dig

I live in a border town, and find Canadian coins on almost every ‘serious’ hunt!

I would call your coin a Canadian Wheatie :0 - they are a omen of good things to come
 

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