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1928 Masonic Penny, 1903 IHP, 1855 "Dix Centime"
Posted by: coin-star
Date: June 25, 2018 08:24PM
2nd Dig with the new Etrac. I mostly used the Bill S pattern and about 17 sensitivity. House was built in 1930's. What a crazy mix of coins out of one yard!

CS




Re: 1928 Masonic Penny, 1903 IHP, 1855 "Dix Centime"
Posted by: cz70pro
Date: June 25, 2018 09:37PM
Congrats CS. Looks like you are doing well with your new E-Trac. Awesome machine. Love that Napoleon III coin.
HH Greg

Re: 1928 Masonic Penny, 1903 IHP, 1855 "Dix Centime"
Posted by: coin-star
Date: June 26, 2018 07:12AM
If anyone is interested, here is the story behind the "Corn Husker Penny", check out the link below. On the back it says "One Penny Masonic Home Maryland."

http://mastermason.com/mh179/doc/history_md_masonic_homes.htm

CS

Re: 1928 Masonic Penny, 1903 IHP, 1855 "Dix Centime"
Posted by: floodplaindetector
Date: June 26, 2018 07:33AM
That masonic penny is cool. I found the exact same centimes coin 3 years ago in Canada. 1855 Centimes. Was a great surprise when i saw the year.
Neat variety..

Re: 1928 Masonic Penny, 1903 IHP, 1855 "Dix Centime"
Posted by: coin-star
Date: June 26, 2018 09:06AM
There is a home next door that is from the early 1800's. I can only guess that the Centime is from activities that predate the house I was hunting which was built int he 1930's. It really wasn't very deep though, maybe 3 inches or so.

The IHP was about 7 - 8 inches deep about 6 feet away.

Who knows?

CS

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