crock full of pennies.

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Hey any more info on the pennies in clearfield co. i live there.
 

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find the "Lambert Place" along Clearfield Creek

the Place is now gone, So I should say Find the Remains of

the "Lambert Place"

I heard "Bushel Basket"
 

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Old Lambert Homestead 2 mile south of Dimeling.

And this one says "Butter Crock"
 

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there's another one of a silver deposit in that same area. i think it's in the creek.
 

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The person that burried the crock back in the 1920's was Lambert, Jim Collins owns the land now and believe me it could take him years to remove all of the metal in the ground. Their was a log barn and log house on site and a black smith shop. We got metal readings every were and this area is big and their is no proof yet to show the story is real. The last time I was there we found ticks on our clothing . I find it hard to believe the crock could be worth up to $1million dollars in pennys. Long odds and a lot of work involved. Yes this is the same area that some silver ore was found in a trappers camp. I hope this helps. :hello:
 

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