The most brilliant GS coat button I've ever found. Love this Colorado soil!

TheDirtKing

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Mar 5, 2017
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Colorado
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Nokta Makro Simplex +
Teknetics T2
Teknetics Patriot
Bounty Hunter Time Ranger
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All Treasure Hunting
We are pretty sure we have found a US Cavalry camp here in Colorado and have been working it hard for a few years. The loamy soil here is so kind to all the relics we have been finding. This is my first coat button out there and has been the most amazing button relic since I've been detecting. We also found Starr carbine bullets, teardrop pistol bullets, eating utensils, underwear buttons, cuff buttons, other GS buttons, and needles. This had to be a drop or spare as it shows no wear. 3" down under some saplings with the Teknetics T2 and hockey puck 4" coil. We've pulled quite a few W. Lang Boston buttons but this one is a Waterbury Button Co.

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We are pretty sure we have found a US Cavalry camp here in Colorado and have been working it hard for a few years. The loamy soil here is so kind to all the relics we have been finding. This is my first coat button out there and has been the most amazing button relic since I've been detecting. We also found Starr carbine bullets, teardrop pistol bullets, eating utensils, underwear buttons, cuff buttons, other GS buttons, and needles. This had to be a drop or spare as it shows no wear. 3" down under some saplings with the Teknetics T2 and hockey puck 4" coil. We've pulled quite a few W. Lang Boston buttons but this one is a Waterbury Button Co.

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Great find man!!!
 

We are pretty sure we have found a US Cavalry camp here in Colorado and have been working it hard for a few years. The loamy soil here is so kind to all the relics we have been finding. This is my first coat button out there and has been the most amazing button relic since I've been detecting. We also found Starr carbine bullets, teardrop pistol bullets, eating utensils, underwear buttons, cuff buttons, other GS buttons, and needles. This had to be a drop or spare as it shows no wear. 3" down under some saplings with the Teknetics T2 and hockey puck 4" coil. We've pulled quite a few W. Lang Boston buttons but this one is a Waterbury Button Co.

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DK that’s a fine one. Congratulations
 

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