best coins of 2006

harpp

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Jul 20, 2006
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far & few between , but there out there
 

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Boobydoo

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Apr 24, 2006
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Are those two in the top Roman's?
Would love to hear the details of their find.
Congrats on all the cool old coins, you did well!!

Smiles!
BDoo
 

halfdime

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Oct 31, 2006
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I don't know how often you get out, but that's an average of one special coin every two weeks. From some of the posts I've read, a lot of TH'ers would be envious. One in particular, who finds TONS of silver, is still looking for that first Barber quarter. Keep up the good work!
 

goldencoin

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Sep 27, 2005
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found more than me! Good job

HH
-GC
 

JerV3

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Feb 28, 2005
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Minelab Etrac ,Xp Deus, Ctx 3030, Vanquish 440 X 2, Equinox 600, Equinox 800
Love the two top roman looking coins. Is one spanish.

Great silvers

HH Jer
 
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harpp

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hi jerDfx, those are both roman - the one on the left dates back 89 AD & the other one dates back a little further to 56 BC. both of them found in apt. complex grass about 2 feet apart.
 

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