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    Weekend Hunts

    Hey everyone,
    The weekend was hunt-able in the afternoons...so I was able get out Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. The ground was frozen in some areas of a park I was at but I could dig most targets. The other site was wooded, so no problem.
    The wheats are all 1920s, except a 193? and a 54. Anyone see a date on that LC?
    Thanks!
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    Looks like 31 or 51 to me. Nice finds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fyrffytr1 View Post
    Looks like 31 or 51 to me. Nice finds.
    Thanks! I was thinking 1831 too.
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    The Large Cent has a line under "One Cent" on the reverse so it must be 1831.

    Nice digs, Drew!
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    Good eye, Tony!
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    Did the LC come from the park or the woods Drew?

    Eagle Eye Two-Cent is pretty darn good with his ID's.
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    Woods,Jeff. Things are starting to freeze in the parks now.
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    congrats Drew , finding coppers this early in the year is remarkable .

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    Nice going Drew!
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