Anyone know what this is? Found by old house

Orbitz

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GaRebel1861

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The elusive trime. Well, elusive to me because I've never found one. Plenty of half dimes but never a trime. That's a hard one to get. Congratulations.
 

cudamark

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And it looks like it was found with a Bounty Hunter.......sheesh, there really is no justice in this world! :laughing7:
 

JeffInMass

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I've been at this for 30+ years, still looking for #1- Congrats!!
 

jewelerguy

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metal detecting is fun and finding cool old coins is one of the things that makes it a fun hobby. I got interesting in detecting primarily because of my love of history and a love of coin collecting. Read up and learn the history behind the coins and other items you might find. It helps keep your interest peaked and a little extra knowledge never hurt anyone. Here's a page of the history of your coin.... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Three-cent_silver
 

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