Treasurenet Clad Totals!

Noah_D

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I came across another forum where they did a tally at the end of every year of everyone's clad... I thought it was pretty cool and wanted to bring it here to TNet!

It's pretty simple, just add up the value of your clad and post: Your total + Previous total = New Total
 
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I'll start with my mere $20.30

Also, you international folks can participate too! Just convert your currency to American dollars.
 

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Glad you got this started here Noah!

Hope there many who participate!
 

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Noah,

Out very little this year so probably comparable to you $20/$25 range. My best years I'd manage $400/$500 but my regular sites are well picked over.
 

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Hi Noah,
Unfortunately I only hunt farm fields and pioneer homesteads, so I may have only found a half dozen pennies. :icon_scratch:
Now, if you were to include US Indian Head Pennies, Canadian Large Cents and Halfpenny Tokens I probably found .60 cents. :laughing7:

Dave
 

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I had a decent haul with 28.52 Euros which converts to $34.79 USD. Much less than last year but I've started to hunt older sites so I can't really complain.
 
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Ok, here's what we've got so far... $20.30 + $34.79 + $0.60 + ~$20 = ~$75.69
 
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Hi Noah,
Unfortunately I only hunt farm fields and pioneer homesteads, so I may have only found a half dozen pennies. :icon_scratch:
Now, if you were to include US Indian Head Pennies, Canadian Large Cents and Halfpenny Tokens I probably found .60 cents. :laughing7:

Dave
I'm honestly pretty surprised at the amount I found considering most of my time is also spent in the fields. I did hunt 1860s-1900s houses over the summer which had a bunch of clad... and of course I brought my detector along when we went camping as well, lots of clad in the state forest I guess.
 

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Three quarters , two dimes and three pennies for a total of 98 cents in clad. and one crusty Indian head penny all found deep in the woods .
 
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~$75.69 + $0.98 = ~$76.67
 

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I don’t have many older spots to detect. I do find some older goodies, but most of my finds are modern trash and clad so my total for 2020 is $1288.50 not including the $31 in bills I found in the water and $2.67 in silver, Indians, and a couple of large cents.
 
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$76.67 + $1288.50 = $1365.17

That's a ton of clad!
 

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I don’t have many older spots to detect. I do find some older goodies, but most of my finds are modern trash and clad so my total for 2020 is $1288.50 not including the $31 in bills I found in the water and $2.67 in silver, Indians, and a couple of large cents.

WOW! Awesome clad haul!!
 

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Since I got into bottles & jars I haven't turned a detector on in over a year.

I'm surrounded by the Blue Ridge mountains and abandoned homesteads. Last week I found a broken oil lamp - no idea how old it is, but the glass, while broken is reparable, and I'll get getting to that - and it will certainly be displayed!

Now I can't find my camera :(
 

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$76.67 + $1288.50 = $1365.17

That's a ton of clad!

WOW! Awesome clad haul!!

A big part of the clad haul came from the Boy Scout camp. I did a quick check of the logs and in 2020 I found 9,830 coins with a face value of $874.16 at the camp. Thanks for you nice comments, stay safe and may 2021 be better for everyone.
 

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TntHunter,

$1288.50 - DAMN!!!! You definitely take the prize of finding the most spendable cash, great job. I can only imagine how your back must feel after having to bend over and dug all of those targets. Good luck with your hunts. Walt
 

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I hit a total of $66.88 for 2020 in clad.
That included-
147 Quarters
189 Dimes
120 Nickels
523 Pennies
111 ate up Zincolns that weren't counted & trashed.

TNT Hunter,
I bet the end of your shovel is like a butter knife after that much clad. Great Job!
 
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Mine was $89 but I hadn't counted my Nickels and Pennies yet......and oh,
I found a HUNDRED DOLLAR BILL..., while gold prospecting with a member...!
It all gets added to my hoard for my grand kids someday....
 
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I hit a total of $66.88 for 2020 in clad.
That included-
147 Quarters
189 Dimes
120 Nickels
523 Pennies
111 ate up Zincolns that weren't counted & trashed.

TNT Hunter,
I bet the end of your shovel is like a butter knife after that much clad. Great Job!
$1365.17 + $66.88 = $1432.05
 

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