As you can see there's outlines of various older coins on all these. Mostly it's the mint year or some random tidbit of either front or back. I was out panning in Washington and noticed an imprint on a rock that was in my pan and started looking around and found a ton more so I loaded up my backpack with what I could carry and went home. Upon further inspection and after beating one open with a hammer(see last pic) I realised that someone had bundled these up along time ago and put them here. If you look at the last pic you can see that there's an outer layer of coins followed by an inner layer of coins that's at this point all one solid chunk. I took all the gold ones and some of the silver ones today to my local coin shop and they all checked out ok. I've been looking all over the internet and can't find anything. Most of them the inner coins were all glued together. I don't really know how long they've been there
A bit of them have designes and intricate pictures on them. I posted a few pics with this but idk what order there in
And yes I know I should have explained better in the first post lol
No...Your wrong! I've been drinking(well.. 2 beers) and I still see them plain as day!!!! You didn't read The OP's post!!! There are coins glued together inside and outside the rock!! The pawn shop even said so!
Geeezz! Some of you guys just can't see!!!
Ok...I'll put the glue away...I'm getting a headache!
I think someones playing around....Come on! This is so out there I'm even lost!
OP I would just cash them in to the pawn shop that tested them, and go find more!