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    Wowzers Coronet!

    Hiya everyone,

    I went back to the site I found the draped bust and Barber quarter on Sunday. Snagged this SWEET 1818!
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    Oh so pretty! Big congrats!!
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    What a beauty, lucky you-congrats!
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    Very nice Drew !
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    You are showing that hunted out site who's boss, Drew!

    I wonder why this coin was missed by everyone for so many years? Was is disguised by iron? It is a beautiful 100-year-old coin! It looks great on both sides which is unusual. Spectacular!

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    WTG Drew! The detail is awesome!
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    Congrats on the 200 year old recovery. that is a rarity in my parts. Cleaned up nice as well. Thx for posting WD
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    WOW, what a great looking coin Drew. You are on quite a streak lately!
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    Thank you, fellas!
    Yeah, Tony..I thought the same thing...both sides look equally nice. Every coin at this site comes out better than normal. Dan told me years ago that drainage down a slope helps....and this pace is a perfect example. I consider Dan the E. F. Hutton of MDing

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    Quote Originally Posted by OxShoeDrew View Post
    I consider Dan the E. F. Hutton of MDing
    Me too Drew, me too!

    And I have to agree with the crew... that's one sharp cooper Drew!
    Nice save!
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    Wowzers indeed! Great find Drew, love the detail

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    Congrats, lots of nice detail still left on that beauty!!
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    Fantastic strike on that coin. Isn't it great to dig a copper and see all that detail....
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    Very nice Drew! It's in good enough shape that you probably can get a Newcomb variety also.

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