Vermont Copper in Maryland

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Got another promising farm field to detect near to where I think a mill once was. It was not loaded but I did find some tombac buttons and an awesome first. A 1787 Vermont copper in farm field fresh condition. Ive only ever found a few identifiable Connecticuts so I never expected a Vermont.
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ModernMiner

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Congrats on a great coin and a new permission. :icon_thumright:
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robertk

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Rough but Ive got a lot more that I could never id. If I put any water on this it would be completely gone
I'm curious why water would hurt it? I mean, it's been laying out in the elements for a very long time, which certainly includes rain, snow, etc., so why would water be an issue? (I'm not asking to argue, but to learn.)
 

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Got another promising farm field to detect near to where I think a mill once was. It was not loaded but I did find some tombac buttons and an awesome first. A 1787 Vermont copper in farm field fresh condition. Ive only ever found a few identifiable Connecticuts so I never expected a Vermont. View attachment 2130917
Very Cool!!! Congrats!!!
 

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