My first KG copper! Date unknown but love it!

cahills9

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And this slick little hammer and Army button

Nice hunt at a Delaware farm permission during this moderate weather. Perfect detecting weather
 

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ArfieBoy

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Aug 11, 2011
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Compass X-70, Compass X-80, Compass X-90, Compass Judge 2, Garrett AT Pro
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Congratulations on the KG! The rest were good finds, too. Thanks for sharing.
 

Almy

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Mar 18, 2011
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Left facing bust, KG II 1740 to 1754. It looks like a "II" just to the right and above the bust which helps corroborate. Don't know where you are. KG II and III halfpennies are fairly common here in the Loyalist areas of Atlantic Canada. Always a nice find, though.
 

JeffInMass

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Minelab Equinox 600, Minelab Explorer SE Pro, Explorer XS, Fisher CZ6A
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It's always a rush to see a large copper at the bottom of a hole- Congrats for knocking that one off the bucket list!
 

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