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    1920s Bull Durham Tobacco Charm

    I was bored yesterday afternoon so I went for a quick one hour hunt in the farm field next to my house. There used to be an old house there.

    Nothing worth posting, really, except for the Bull Durham Tobacco charm/pendant. I thought it was kinda cool. On the back it says "WARRANTED 14 K GOLD PLATED". There is one listed on eBay that states it is from the 1920s.

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    Very nice Tony, glad to see you can get out at least and find something!
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    It's a nice looking charm Tony. Probably more stuff in the field. I bet that quarter signal had your heart going and then BOOM, disappointment city!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaddyDigger View Post
    It's a nice looking charm Tony. Probably more stuff in the field. I bet that quarter signal had your heart going and then BOOM, disappointment city!
    Yep! And to add insult to injury, it was a 1991 quarter! Not even an old clad coin!
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    Well boys …. all this talk sounds like a little"bull" going on here !!! Hey nice to see you posting here in the relic forum Tony I like the tobacco charm sir .

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    That's a cool find! I like the "Warranted Gold Plated." That's kind of like the "Authentic Replica Spanish Cob" that I got from Kellyco. It makes it sound really official!
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    Nice job Tony. Very cool Bull Durham Tobacco charm!!!
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    Cool piece Tony. I am assuming that was worn by a woman. I wonder if back in the day if a lot of woman used chewing tobacco ?
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