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Thread: Hunting with Digger Al, Noah & Tony Two-Cent

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    Hunting with Digger Al, Noah & Tony Two-Cent

    I had a nice couple of days hunting in some very comfortable weather.

    Saturday, Noah and I got out for a few hours detecting in a new town. i managed my first Indian of the year, an 1891 , a 47 Rosie and 16 wheat cents.

    Sunday, Digger Al and I met up with Tony for a great day of detecting. I started out a bit slow, but ended up very happy with my finds for the day!

    I think my favorite find of the day was GAR button ( Grand Army of the Republic) I'm not sure of it's age, but I would guess turn of the century.
    I also dug a Sterling ring, a 1900 Barber dime, a 1926 SLQ, a religious pendent , a flower broach? and 11 wheats.
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    Alec dug a very old Flat button. I think i need to clean it a bit more, can't quite make out the writing yet. Also a little heart pendent and an 1893 Barber dime.
    Together we dug 31 Wheats for the 2 days!
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    Awesome finds. That GAR button is sweet and would be my favorite find too.
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    Call me crazy, but my favorite find for the 2 days is that GAR button!
    It just screams old! Very cool find!
    Congrats boys!!

    That button is going to make a killer addition to your button case!
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    Don, you always find the COOLEST buttons! I also love the GAR button. It looks 1890ish to me. Congrats on a couple great days of detecting.
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    You both had some nice finds! I agree with everyone else, your GAR button was the best find. It's in great shape too! That's a very cool piece of history. You found some good coins too, including an SLQ with a legible date. NICE! The sterling ring is nothing to sneeze at either.

    Alec did well too, with a scarce date 1893-S Barber Dime and a super old flat button. I bet the padlock charm is very old as well.

    Good job, both of you!
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    YOU TORE IT UP!! That button is wonderful! Have the shank? Congrats, Don!

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    Wow, that is a whole lot of old coins. Congrats WD
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