CORN HARVESTED - And soon afterward, buttons, bullets and Civil War silver !

parsonwalker

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I had a great day near Cold Harbor with some bullets, some buttons and my first capped bust half dime, even if it's nearly as slick as a whistle! One of the buttons is a Rhode Island Staff Officer's cuff, my first, and that really made me happy!

The video of the hunt is here:
 
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"Makes one wonder how a button like that travels to Virginia"

Both McClellan's army and Grant's armys both spent time in this area, Theres no telling what might be found around here!
 

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parsonwalker

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Feb 16, 2013
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Virginia
🥇 Banner finds
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Modified GI Mine Detector (In the 60s)
Metrotech (In the 70s)
Tesoro Tejon (Now!)
Primary Interest:
Relic Hunting
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Great hunt and saves:icon_thumleft:
 

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