Early 1800s button

Parker572

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All Treasure Hunting
Early 1800s button from what I have been told no luck finding it in my books or online. Found where I find alot of civil war relies it was 4" deep whites mxt.
 

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SpacemanSpiff

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Jan 9, 2022
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Savannah, GA
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White’s MXT
Early 1800s button from what I have been told no luck finding it in my books or online. Found where I find alot of civil war relies it was 4" deep whites mxt.
I’ve found so many different types of buttons I couldn’t identify with books... awesome button!!

Oh, I’ve been using my MXT going on 14-15 years now. Never thought about getting another!
 
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Parker572

Parker572

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Dec 25, 2015
43
100
dover, TN
Detector(s) used
Whites mxt , minelab Equinox 600
Primary Interest:
All Treasure Hunting
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I’ve found so many different types of buttons I couldn’t identify with books... awesome button!!

Oh, I’ve been using my MXT going on 14-15 years now. Never thought about getting another!
MXT is a great machine I want to use it for all the iron I haven't dug and learn the vids hopefully for cannon balls. The minelab Equinox 600 and it's unbelievable how good it is but the mxt I find bullets I missed with the 600 but still learning it.
 

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