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    Not done Yet

    My detecting has slowed to a crawl. Now it's an issue with my ankles. I have managed to get out for some short hunts.
    Got my second oldest dog tag, 1912. From my hometown and from the same yard I had gotten my oldest, a 1907.
    Some sort of tag again from Westfield. I have no idea what it went to???
    A 1890 IH, nice green patina.
    A tombac with no shaft.
    Another ox knob, boy do they sound good.
    Finally a clock key.
    That's it for now folks, hopefully I'll be able to get out a few more times.
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    Congrats on the recoveries. Not even close to that old of a Dog Tag. Thx for posting it. WD
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    Nice finds Al ! It's nice to see that old familiar blue backround once again . Best of luck with the ankles , I know how that can go . Thicker padding in the shoe helps me a bit .

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