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ITS TRIME TIME! OH YEAH AND MILITARY BUTTONS TOO...what a day!
Posted by: calabash digger
Date: October 01, 2017 06:14PM
Had a killer day hunting these are my finds.. my hunting partner tagged 5 buttons himself and you can see those in the video. video: https://youtu.be/cfhqTRFqPtw




Re: ITS TRIME TIME! OH YEAH AND MILITARY BUTTONS TOO...what a day!
Posted by: squirrel1
Date: October 01, 2017 06:26PM
Nice Calabash.

Great find.

Buttons too.
Your bud did well too.

Re: ITS TRIME TIME! OH YEAH AND MILITARY BUTTONS TOO...what a day!
Posted by: Charles (Upstate NY)
Date: October 01, 2017 08:03PM
Congrats the 3 cent silvers are a rare find. Coil? Frequency?

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Re: ITS TRIME TIME! OH YEAH AND MILITARY BUTTONS TOO...what a day!
Posted by: calabash digger
Date: October 01, 2017 09:22PM
9 hf 14 kh BUT was running my new pitch program and digging everything that chirped.

Yea, you rule. :beers:N/T
Posted by: Tony (Michigan)
Date: October 01, 2017 09:52PM

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Re: ITS TRIME TIME! OH YEAH AND MILITARY BUTTONS TOO...what a day!
Posted by: E-TRAC-OHIO
Date: October 02, 2017 05:20AM
A big congrats on the great finds !



XP Deus * 9" Coil * Vance / Killer B Hybrid Headphones
Minelab E-Trac * 5" - 4.5" x 7" - Stealth X-8 Coils * Killer B + Gray Ghost Headphones

1724 - K.G. Half Penny * 1736 - K.G. Half Penny * 1783 - Half Real
1817 - Large Cent * 1829 - Capped Bust Dime * 1837 - Capped Bust Half Dime * 1852 - Three Cent * 1857 - Flying Eagle Cent * 1865 - Two Cent * 1877 - Seated Quarter

Re: ITS TRIME TIME! OH YEAH AND MILITARY BUTTONS TOO...what a day!
Posted by: enderman
Date: October 02, 2017 08:51AM
Sweet.

If you had one more you could have said three trimes a charm.

Waka waks.

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Re: ITS TRIME TIME! OH YEAH AND MILITARY BUTTONS TOO...what a day!
Posted by: HuntinDog
Date: October 02, 2017 09:13AM
GREAT FIND!!!!
Congrats



No. Cal. Gold Country
XP DEUS / 9"-11"-11X13" coils
Garrett Pro Pointer
6000 Di Pro SL
MXT Pro / 300, 10D2, 950, 6X9 Eclipse, 4X6 Shooter
DX-1 and Sun Ray Pro Golds


Keep your head down, your swing smooth and Coil to the soil

Re: ITS TRIME TIME! OH YEAH AND MILITARY BUTTONS TOO...what a day!
Posted by: enderman
Date: October 02, 2017 09:52AM
Gasp!

I was looking at your pictures again and realized it's the same coin but cleaned!

It looked waaay better before.

To each his own and I should mind my own business, I'm not a numismatist by any strech, but you "shoulna done that, he's just a boy". Hmm um.

I loved the coin in it's original form. That tarnish means everything to a historical target or coin. Especially to you/me. The tarnish is what makes one coin different from another. When you look at that coin in the dead of winter the tarnish will instantly bring me back to that experience. leave you wondering why is the tarnish like that, who handled it, why was it dropped here? That dark spot could have been caused the thumb print of the person who had it last. Maybe he was eating an orange or something or had mayonnaise on his finger. Did they have Hellman's back then?

I'm a big fan, much respect, just that caught me off guard.
It's been a gradual thing, but metal detecting has got me to understand why those coin guys freak out when you clean a coin. It's not necessarily about money at all. I've learned to love tones and colour, beyond what would even be acceptable to a coin guy with a grade book.

Just yesterday I gave my sister a couple rings and a rainbow nickle for her birthday, of the same year she was born. The coin itself is worth 25 cent to a collector, it's weight in 100% nickle to a scrapper, but the shear beauty and rarity of the coin makes it valuable to me, as it is one of only two or three coins that look like (Rainbow) that out of the 12 or so pounds of nickle and copper coins with the Deus this summer.

Definitely don't take this the wrong way, I'm not mad or anything, I actually don't care what people do with their coins, I was just surprised that you polished that particular coin. You brought up an interesting topic with that one.

Anyhow big fan, good work, keep your hands off that button. lol

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Re: ITS TRIME TIME! OH YEAH AND MILITARY BUTTONS TOO...what a day!
Posted by: calabash digger
Date: October 02, 2017 05:26PM
Yeah I don't like the tarnish I like shiny but to each his own on that matter. For me its how a relic displays in my case... but I know opinions vary on that topic.

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Re: ITS TRIME TIME! OH YEAH AND MILITARY BUTTONS TOO...what a day!
Posted by: CZconnoisseur
Date: October 03, 2017 12:05PM
Fan-freakin-tastic Calabash! :shocked:

Don't see trimes too often at all - this gives me more hope about using the HF coil in those "worked-out" spots! :thumbup:



Tokens 16
Wheats 138
Indians 52
V Nickels 8
Buffalo Nickels 7
War Nickels 6
Seated Dimes 4
Barber Dimes 8
Mercury Dimes 23
Canada Vicky Dimes 1
Rosie Dimes 8
Seated Quarters 1
Barber Quarters 2
Standing Quarters 1
Washington Quarters 1
Walker Halves 1
Barber Halves 1
Silver Jewelry 7
Gold Jewelry 1



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 10/03/2017 12:07PM by CZconnoisseur.

Re: ITS TRIME TIME! OH YEAH AND MILITARY BUTTONS TOO...what a day!
Posted by: cookie58
Date: October 04, 2017 07:21PM
Hey CD. Is that the pitch program that is listed on one of your videos using the LF coil. And, how do you think it would work with the HF eliptical?

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Re: ITS TRIME TIME! OH YEAH AND MILITARY BUTTONS TOO...what a day!
Posted by: calabash digger
Date: October 04, 2017 08:39PM
I think it will work good for relics in a site that's not to polluted with modern trash.

Re: ITS TRIME TIME! OH YEAH AND MILITARY BUTTONS TOO...what a day!
Posted by: cookie58
Date: October 04, 2017 08:52PM
Thanks, man. Best of Luck......

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Re: ITS TRIME TIME! OH YEAH AND MILITARY BUTTONS TOO...what a day!
Posted by: calabash digger
Date: October 05, 2017 10:41AM
that is the pitch program I'm speaking not the coil its self. The pitch program excels in iron not modern trash.

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