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    Vacuuming Indians.

    No, I didn’t find a lot of Indians, but the Don and Alex duo sure did! All day long they only left me one! But it was still a great day out. And we got onto some excellent properties. Name:  FB7AEE16-9E8A-4BAC-859A-253AB54247E0.jpg
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Size:  75.3 KB Three Silver’s is not bad and at least one of them was a beautiful barber dime 1897.Name:  4AD5E233-7BDB-4FB7-85E2-8C6E56472EBD.jpg
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Size:  82.4 KB Also managed to a dog tag from 1924. It’s not my oldest but I will take it!Name:  78285964-08CD-4468-B01C-472E0A332E32.jpg
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Size:  85.9 KB Looks like I can go play pool as well. I wonder if the billiards hall is still in business?Name:  10EA6BEE-416C-47AC-850D-8D3277BBA806.jpg
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Size:  68.1 KB I know Don likes to find nickels so I made sure to leave him all the Jefferson.Name:  21A2FC15-6AB2-4C5E-A51F-13E1882409CC.jpg
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Size:  44.2 KB Looks like I’m the wheat chief with 22 “wheat head” pennies LOL. Only reason I dug them was I was hoping for a two cent piece!Name:  BE7F23C5-87EA-4AF5-B588-F0C03EE8804A.jpg
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Size:  58.9 KB cheers to all you digging up colonial coins!

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    Congrats on your finds Noah. I'm glad the boys saved you at least one indian cent. Have you ever thought of just taking your pictures with coins already upside down? LOL
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    Great bunch of finds. Thats a lot of old coins for the 3 of you. WD
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    Quote Originally Posted by Full Metal Digger View Post
    Congrats on your finds Noah. I'm glad the boys saved you at least one indian cent. Have you ever thought of just taking your pictures with coins already upside down? LOL
    If I was right handed I’m sure pics would all come out right side up. But at least I leave something for Tony to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wisconsin digger View Post
    Great bunch of finds. Thats a lot of old coins for the 3 of you. WD
    Definitely was a better than average day.

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    Yes that was a better than average day! I always like to see barbers and Indians. Well done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bucknut View Post
    Yes that was a better than average day! I always like to see barbers and Indians. Well done.
    Only my third Barber dime for the year. Things are getting kind of lean here in Illinois.

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