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    As you all know Iím not much of a photographer but hereís a few more pictures.

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    Elite Member Digger Don's Avatar
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    I don't know Tim, it looks like a worn Rosie to me!
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    LOL Don. Looks like I can see Roosevelt's face. Not sure why someone would hole a Rosie, but to each is own.
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    Is that your first Spanish silver Noah? Call me crazy but I like the 1822 coin the best! I've never seen that one before. Congrats on your great finds! Wasn't it great to go detecting in an area where you might find something 300 years old though? HH, Dave.
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    I'll trust your expertise on rosies.
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    I don't know Tim, it looks like a worn Rosie to me!

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    It's my favorite hunting grounds so far for that very reason Dave. I have to "about" agree with you on the 1822 though. Still trying to figure how to display it best, and also to possibly clean it a little more. The Spanish silver is my second. Got an 1864 1 Reale in Wheaton, my home town of all places. Had an awesome time with Don and Al!
    Quote Originally Posted by DaddyDigger View Post
    Is that your first Spanish silver Noah? Call me crazy but I like the 1822 coin the best! I've never seen that one before. Congrats on your great finds! Wasn't it great to go detecting in an area where you might find something 300 years old though? HH, Dave.

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    Wow....great items...that railroad key is collectable too!

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    Lots great finds we wont ever see here in the midwest, congrats!
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    Great fins, congrats WD
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    Didn't know what kind of key it was. Thanks!!
    Quote Originally Posted by OxShoeDrew View Post
    Wow....great items...that railroad key is collectable too!

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    Love the token.
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    Thanks buddy.
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    Love the token.

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    Congrats on your Spanish (or well worn rosie...jury still out). Always love to see tokens posted....
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    great finds Tim , if only that real could tell you the places and hands it was in !

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    That's always what I think of when pulling anything old outta the soil.
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    great finds Tim , if only that real could tell you the places and hands it was in !

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    I don't know. Beginning to think it is a rosie.
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    Congrats on your Spanish (or well worn rosie...jury still out). Always love to see tokens posted....

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