Major bucket Lister! (for me at least)

cjon455

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Hey guys, been a while. Between my daughter's daycare being closed and me primarily door knocking for detecting, my options were limited. Headed out and had a nice day at my corn field. No date largie, 1904 Indian, wheat, decorative thingy, and my first ever TRIME! 1852!😁

Hopefully I'll get out more soon! Stay safe all 20200503_085649.jpg 20200503_095510.jpg 20200503_131615.jpg 20200503_131558.jpg 20200503_103547.jpg
 
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SultansOfSwing

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Well done. Looks like you can hang in there just fine without new permissions.

My trime was stuck to a large cent. If it wasnt for that, I dont think id ever find one.
 

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Congratulations. A sure bucketlister for me. Great find.:icon_thumleft:
 

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Congrats on the trime. Tough one to cross off the list.
 

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Trimes are such beautiful coins. Congrats on finding one, along with the IHP and the LC. All great finds in my book.
 
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cjon455

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Trimes are such beautiful coins. Congrats on finding one, along with the IHP and the LC. All great finds in my book.
thank you, I've been dying to find that trime for years!

Congratulations! They have eluded me for years and years.
thanks! Me too lol

Congrats on the trime. Tough one to cross off the list.
thank you, when I saw it I thought either trime or half dime

Congratulations. A sure bucketlister for me. Great find.:icon_thumleft:
thanks alot!

Well done. Looks like you can hang in there just fine without new permissions.

My trime was stuck to a large cent. If it wasnt for that, I dont think id ever find one.
thanks! This field was insane 8yrs ago when I first found it. Every once in a while it coughs up some goods
 

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Very Very Nice!!! Congrats!!!
 
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Congrats on the Trime! :occasion14:
 

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Congrats on the Trime doubt i will ever find one up here in Minnesota may have to plan a trip east.
 

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Congratulations on the trime, Indian and largie. That was a productive hunt. It took me 14 years to find a trime and 4 years later it is still the the only one I have found. Good job, stay safe and keep swingin.
 
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Congratulations on the trime, Indian and largie. That was a productive hunt. It took me 14 years to find a trime and 4 years later it is still the the only one I have found. Good job, stay safe and keep swingin.
thank you, at any home permission I might have passed by this signal, it sounded just a bit higher than a nickel. At my field I dig anything that gives a non ferrous tone

Congrats on the Trime doubt i will ever find one up here in Minnesota may have to plan a trip east.
thank you, ya never know!

Congrats on the Trime! :occasion14:
, thanks professor

Very Very Nice!!! Congrats!!!
thank you!
 

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Congrats for knocking that little beauty off the bucket list- still hoping to do the same myself.
 

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Congrats on that bucket list 3 Cent silver CJ. That is a tough coin for a lot of us to find. I know, because I still haven't found one ! It's on my bucket list also.
 

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Congrats on the bucket lister! Its a tiny coin with a big space on my list... not easy to find those! I know it can be done. My buddy found two in about 15 minutes in front of my very eyes with a low end detector. I just haven't been in the right place at the right time yet!
 
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Congrats on the bucket lister! Its a tiny coin with a big space on my list... not easy to find those! I know it can be done. My buddy found two in about 15 minutes in front of my very eyes with a low end detector. I just haven't been in the right place at the right time yet!
Thanks! Yeah I missed my shot about 2 years ago on one. A friend of mine was right near me and got one. I'm just glad to finally get this one!!

Congrats on that bucket list 3 Cent silver CJ. That is a tough coin for a lot of us to find. I know, because I still haven't found one ! It's on my bucket list also.
thanks alot! Such a small coin with a wierd signal!
 

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AWESOME FIND!!! Where theres one hopefully theres more!!!
 

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Yeah, like the others have said, great big congrats on knocking that one off!!…..I have found one (!) in 30 years of detecting in the Northeast and have often wondered if they just didn't circulate or maybe weren't popular in the Northeast just like gold coins did not circulate much here but were very popular out West...…

In any event, CONGRATS!!!!!!!!

HH all!

Greg
 
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Yeah, like the others have said, great big congrats on knocking that one off!!…..I have found one (!) in 30 years of detecting in the Northeast and have often wondered if they just didn't circulate or maybe weren't popular in the Northeast just like gold coins did not circulate much here but were very popular out West...…

In any event, CONGRATS!!!!!!!!

HH all!

Greg
thank you Greg! I've been hunting this field since my son was 11. I got a clip of his little kid voice being all excited when we found a 2 cent piece. Now he's almost 20!:-\ it's been a great field and of course the finds slowed way down, but still a decent last resort spot!

AWESOME FIND!!! Where theres one hopefully theres more!!!
thank you!
 

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