Search:

Type: Posts; User: OxShoeDrew

Page 1 of 20 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.05 seconds.

  1. Replies
    1
    Views
    9

    Nice spot you have there, Mike, and big congrats...

    Nice spot you have there, Mike, and big congrats on the super large silver! :wow:
    I read once where those dollars got worn down as guys kept them in their pockets everyday just to show off when ever...
  2. Re-Find Keepers Sorting Through Buttons

    Morning All,
    As usual I was up with the daylight and started sorting my buttons. :cheesysmile:
    I made a pile of dandies, tombacs, pewter, and ball.
    I found a couple of colonial cuffs...
  3. Replies
    9
    Views
    70

    The Nox is weird (and different from my T2) in...

    The Nox is weird (and different from my T2) in that I seldom ever know what I'm digging...but it's always something good. I wonder if it's a great machine for newbies. Congrats again, Tim!
  4. Replies
    9
    Views
    70

    In such good shape too, Tim! Huge congrats! Did...

    In such good shape too, Tim! Huge congrats! Did you think you digging big iron? :shocked05:
  5. Replies
    5
    Views
    71

    CellarHole/Park Hybrid

    Hi everyone,
    Previously at this site, I've found everything from a late 1600s coin to yesterday's surface covid coins.
    The keepers are self-explanatory... but that little crudely ornate buckle is...
  6. Replies
    10
    Views
    119

    I was envisioning you moving through waist high...

    I was envisioning you moving through waist high grass. Did the grass die, or did they bring in dirt?
  7. Replies
    10
    Views
    119

    :lol:

    :lol:
  8. Replies
    3
    Views
    65

    Never heard/saw a bakery token before. I just...

    Never heard/saw a bakery token before. I just read up on them and they seem to have been common. My bucket list just got larger, thanks :)

    Congrats, as always CB
  9. Thread: Down Under

    by OxShoeDrew
    Replies
    4
    Views
    68

    Wow, that south west Indian silver piece must...

    Wow, that south west Indian silver piece must weigh a lot! That sash buckle looks 1800s too! Never seen a down under spill! Nice!!!
  10. Nice job, CB! Hey why does your buddy run around...

    Nice job, CB! Hey why does your buddy run around with that 6in coil? Is it very trashy there?
  11. Replies
    11
    Views
    186

    I find it interesting that although it was a 20th...

    I find it interesting that although it was a 20th century golf course, it's previous life as a farm is still very evident. That's some serious farm land too.
    So have you kept a running total of the...
  12. Replies
    8
    Views
    134

    I've yet to find a CW token..and I've never heard...

    I've yet to find a CW token..and I've never heard of an exempt lapel pin before reading this. WOW! Rare finds!
    Maybe that carriage is a livery button?
    Sorry to hear about your dog...and in the...
  13. Replies
    8
    Views
    163

    Wow, that's a ton of coins! I hope that park...

    Wow, that's a ton of coins! I hope that park isn't too far away and there's more area in that hot spot to check. There's got to be silver in that area a bit deeper. Congrats on a rare nickel spill!
  14. Replies
    10
    Views
    194

    Dave, could you tell us what kinds of sites you...

    Dave, could you tell us what kinds of sites you hit, how it's different from Germany etc? What kind of questions are on an export license? I'm sorry for so many questions but it's all very...
  15. Replies
    9
    Views
    159

    Holy wowzers!! What a hunt you had!! Led me to a...

    Holy wowzers!! What a hunt you had!! Led me to a question...was union money acceptable in the south?? I know they had their own currency which was obviously not acceptable in the north. I think...
  16. That's an "awl"fully nice find!!...

    That's an "awl"fully nice find!! :drool::thumbsup02:
  17. Replies
    7
    Views
    159

    Glad you found it again! That 2cent is amazing!...

    Glad you found it again! That 2cent is amazing! Congrats on the Barber too!
  18. Replies
    4
    Views
    145

    I didn't know this! That's a SWEET ring!!! Huge...

    I didn't know this!
    That's a SWEET ring!!! Huge congrats! :thumbsup02:
    I've never once water hunted...you've inspired me!
  19. Replies
    8
    Views
    159

    Jared, you found as many buffs in five months as...

    Jared, you found as many buffs in five months as I dig in five years :lol: Not kidding tho, and you've match my marble haul in the past 10 years! I wonder why someone would cut a penny in half. Keep...
  20. Wow, Donnie...datable Liard! They're rare!! Nice...

    Wow, Donnie...datable Liard! They're rare!! Nice job! I can't believe we're still dodging snow!
  21. Hey, this one went for $225...

    Hey, this one went for $225
    https://www.antiquesnavigator.com/d-2406796/vintage-antique-union-brass-mfg-co-railroad-padlock-c-b-u-p-r-r-no-key.html

    Congrats!!
  22. Replies
    5
    Views
    221

    Holy cow, Don...that's one unreal Indian. :drool:...

    Holy cow, Don...that's one unreal Indian. :drool:
    Why do you think there is one tiny worn spot on both the obverse (4:30) and reverse (1:30)? What would cause that? That has the best of both...
  23. I've yet to find one, that one is pristine!...

    I've yet to find one, that one is pristine! Congrats, Digger!
  24. Replies
    11
    Views
    230

    I know, Dan...the amount of dig holes was amazing...

    I know, Dan...the amount of dig holes was amazing at this one place.

    I remember years ago going to some of these holes and not digging low conductors...still cherry picking! It's also easier to...
  25. Replies
    11
    Views
    230

    Thanks, Tony...yeah, it's a deep strike, and a...

    Thanks, Tony...yeah, it's a deep strike, and a rare one where the "CONN" is most worn away. I bet it I could find the variety. Any dateable CT is worth the trip! Thanks!
    Yeah, Jeff...I didn't think...
Results 1 to 25 of 500
Page 1 of 20 1 2 3 4