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Jorgeke

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Just some pics, Mexico diferent places
 

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Blackfoot58

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Thanks for posting those. I really like the 1901 Flower Exposition token. Cool garden related artwork! I gotta ask: what kind of tacos are those? They look like Al pastor con habaneras, to me. I eat a lot of habaneras. They are my favorite. Good choice of cerveza too. I like Modelo Negro the best. Congrats on the cool finds! Those seal stamps are fantastic.๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ๐Ÿบ๐ŸŒฎ๐ŸŒฎ
 

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Thanks for posting those. I really like the 1901 Flower Exposition token. Cool garden related artwork! I gotta ask: what kind of tacos are those? They look like Al pastor con habaneras, to me. I eat a lot of habaneras. They are my favorite. Good choice of cerveza too. I like Modelo Negro the best. Congrats on the cool finds! Those seal stamps are fantastic.๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ๐Ÿบ๐ŸŒฎ๐ŸŒฎ
Blackfoot,

That token is part of Chapultepec Castle museum in Mexico City, I do likes so much as well.

Negra Modelo I one of my favorites with some mexican dishes. Also Bohemia, and Bohemia Noche Buena, produced limited edition on Christmas Eve.

Tacos, Tacosโ€ฆ there were not the best but were good. Photo showed pork combined with meat. There are some pork chunks that looks like habaneros, when a watched the photo again, I really think on habaneros.

I just growing a plant of Carolina Reaper paper, that is a combination of habanero and gosht paper. There is just one plant, I hope I can have some paper from that plant this year.

Thank you for watching my post, I just want to share some scenarios in Mexico.

Keep in touch
Thanks for posting those. I really like the 1901 Flower Exposition token. Cool garden related artwork! I gotta ask: what kind of tacos are those? They look like Al pastor con habaneras, to me. I eat a lot of habaneras. They are my favorite. Good choice of cerveza too. I like Modelo Negro the best. Congrats on the cool finds! Those seal stamps are fantastic.๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ๐Ÿบ๐ŸŒฎ๐ŸŒฎ
 
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Hallan muchos macuquinas?
Gulf Coast Pirate,

Thanks for watching my post.

Iโ€™m living in Chihuahua Mexico, we have been finding some cobs ( maciquinas) but is not easy, in almost three years I just find one. One of my friends fund 3 in the same period.

Not easy but possible.

The ones that are showed in the pathos are part of Chapultepec museum in Mexico City.

I really think that at south of Mexico is easier to find cobs.

Keep in touch

Keep moving your metal detector ๐Ÿ˜Ž
 
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tell us about that belt buckle!
Hi Unclemac, that Mexican military Buckle, I think is around late 1800 and early 1900.
I found in a private ranch, along with coins minted 1865.

It still with me, I have not any idea on how much could whort.

It made with brass, and I think a gold cover


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Blackfoot,

That token is part of Chapultepec Castle museum in Mexico City, I do likes so much as well.

Negra Modelo I one of my favorites with some mexican dishes. Also Bohemia, and Bohemia Noche Buena, produced limited edition on Christmas Eve.

Tacos, Tacosโ€ฆ there were not the best but were good. Photo showed pork combined with meat. There are some pork chunks that looks like habaneros, when a watched the photo again, I really think on habaneros.

I just growing a plant of Carolina Reaper paper, that is a combination of habanero and gosht paper. There is just one plant, I hope I can have some paper from that plant this year.

Thank you for watching my post, I just want to share some scenarios in Mexico.

Keep in touch
Reapers are too caliente for me. I found out the hard way. My stomach was on fire! ๐Ÿ”ฅ I grow pequins in my house. The plant is 14 years old: came from Mexico. I also eat a lot of cayennes, chiles de Arbol and habaneras. Here is a photo of the pequin. I was told they grow wild in Mexico.
 

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Thanks for sharing everything with us.
In your pic #13, the one centavo coin on the left. I found one of those in the mid 1980's with my first metal detector here in Denver, Colorado. It had been lost after it was made into jewelry.
Keep up the great work and sharing with us. Moocho frio cervesa!
 
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Reapers are too caliente for me. I found out the hard way. My stomach was on fire! ๐Ÿ”ฅ I grow pequins in my house. The plant is 14 years old: came from Mexico. I also eat a lot of cayennes, chiles de Arbol and habaneras. Here is a photo of the pequin. I was told they grow wild in Mexico.
Woowww

That plant is pure fire.. lol

Chiltepin are very hot.

Muy picosos
 
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Thanks for sharing everything with us.
In your pic #13, the one centavo coin on the left. I found one of those in the mid 1980's with my first metal detector here in Denver, Colorado. It had been lost after it was made into jewelry.
Keep up the great work and sharing with us. Moocho frio cervesa!
Hi xr7ator

That centavo monograma that you had fund is a type of coin that we usually find, the most difficult to find is the one minted in 1916,

Mucho frio y muchaaaa cerveza, jejee

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Jorgeke are you SAFE there ? Are you seeing any of the immigrants in your area ?
 

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Thank you for sharing some very nice pictures of your finds and your Country
 

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