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blossom

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So we went back over last nights area and got a few more targets out, another conjoined musket ball, musket balls, 2 buttons, a crusty coin, buckle and other little bits.
 

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CRUSADER

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That is interesting. Here is a video from 2 years ago of a Chinese coin collector taking off old drawer handles to extract the old chinese coins used for the drawer pull. Unfortunately the condition of the coins were not good. He called them 柜子钱 "cupboard coins"

Interesting but not what the OPs example is.
 

Yang Hao

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Interesting but not what the OPs example is.
Yes you are correct. In my excitement I selected the wrong message to reply to. I was wanting to reply to a previous message about old chinese coins and to show how they were used in the past as a drawer pull. Happy Treasure Hunting.
 

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Yes you are correct. In my excitement I selected the wrong message to reply to. I was wanting to reply to a previous message about old chinese coins and to show how they were used in the past as a drawer pull. Happy Treasure Hunting.
That's really cool video.
It's a great way of collecting the coinage.
Wonder what period the furniture was from.
 

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