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  1. Thread: New Display

    by OxShoeDrew
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    New Display

    Picked up the frame at an antique shop this morning. Too hot to hunt.
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    That's about 1/2 of my LIFETIME merc total! In...

    That's about 1/2 of my LIFETIME merc total! In one hunt!! On your FIRST HUNT!!! Freakin amazing!
    I initially thought you might have had your first hunt back when silver was everywhere...which...
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    Thanks, Tony! They are the exact same coins, same...

    Thanks, Tony! They are the exact same coins, same condition as well...both reverses are better than obverses. Same hole, but I don't see evidence of being touching.
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    wait, i misread that...you dug 28 silver coins on...

    wait, i misread that...you dug 28 silver coins on your first hunt ever?? Did you do that in 1955? :lol:
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    I watched my son on one of the oldest roads (now...

    I watched my son on one of the oldest roads (now woods) in the country, The Old King's Highway, dig 75 CLAD coins then give up with no end in sight.
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    Thanks, Chris,WD,Roger! Large copper coin spills...

    Thanks, Chris,WD,Roger! Large copper coin spills are rare WD, but it happens from time to time. My biggest was three. Two sandwiched the third and the 1730s middle coin came out of the ground looking...
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    Small Copper Spill

    Beautiful weather here... I got out to a cellar hole this morning. In the nails I got a two copper spill. One is 1834 and the other dateless. Away from the hole I dug the IH and a couple of not...
  8. Thread: 1870s house

    by OxShoeDrew
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    WOW!!!! Zero horse shoes :lol: That's great,...

    WOW!!!! Zero horse shoes :lol:
    That's great, Darryl! Congrats on the SLQs!!! Two!!! Dime trifecta!! :wow::congrats:
  9. I remember you digging a ton of other great finds...

    I remember you digging a ton of other great finds from that site! Amazing!!:congrats:
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    Grandson's First Hunt

    My daughter took my grandson out for his first hunt today. They used the pinpointer I gave him and a spade. She asked him what he wanted to find and he said, "a coin AND a chain." Attaboy!!!
    He...
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    You know, it does! ...and John also said it might...

    You know, it does! ...and John also said it might be a drawer handle. Thanks! So colonials COULD make that screw?
  12. Thread: Ox knobs

    by OxShoeDrew
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    I like that idea for presentation!

    I like that idea for presentation!
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    Last Week, Yesterday

    Got in a hunt yesterday and one the week before. I guess the KG2 is 1752, or 1757?
    Wondering about that brass screw. I was going to discard it when John from Vermont said he found a similar one and...
  14. Thread: Ox knobs

    by OxShoeDrew
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    Wow, now that's a pair of show knobs! :lol:

    Wow, now that's a pair of show knobs! :lol:
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    :lol:

    :lol:
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    OMG That's amazing!! How'd you know about...

    OMG That's amazing!! How'd you know about "tinning?" :clapping:
  17. Thread: Ox knobs

    by OxShoeDrew
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    Thanks for all the input, guys! As to the midwest...

    Thanks for all the input, guys! As to the midwest issue, maybe those places got going after the reaper was invented in 1834 which only used horses. I know people inhabited the Firelands in Ohio...
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    Wow, Darryl, today that's $977 per ounce! Nicely...

    Wow, Darryl, today that's $977 per ounce! Nicely done! Bummer they don't allow you to detect state parks. Congrats!
  19. Thread: Ox knobs

    by OxShoeDrew
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    Ox knobs

    Hiya,
    I have a hypothesis that ox knobs were mostly a 19th century, into the 20th century thing. The inside screw looks difficult to produce for colonial times. Does anyone know?
    Thanks!
  20. Menzi is such a wonderful contributor!

    Menzi is such a wonderful contributor!
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    Good hunt. It's nice when sites are productive...

    Good hunt. It's nice when sites are productive and close :). "Anonymous" also says his (look similar to yours) are from the war of 1812....
  22. You went back just for a vacation? That's an...

    You went back just for a vacation? That's an amazing week you had, Dave! What's 12? I'm missing something?
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    Very old buff! That's a lot of high...

    Very old buff! That's a lot of high conductors...have you moved over to the Nox, or still on the etrac?
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    That makes sense as those rifles were used around...

    That makes sense as those rifles were used around here in colonial times! Thanks!
  25. Thread: Indian?

    by OxShoeDrew
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    Thanks, Menzi. I read that they could be...

    Thanks, Menzi. I read that they could be naturally made but they'd have to be in rivers like the picture you shared. The one I saw was nowhere near the river.
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