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Re: Is this a coin, found on first outing with CTX
Posted by: jayhop
Date: February 25, 2018 09:50PM
Thank you but he said, no idea.

Re: Is this a coin, found on first outing with CTX
Posted by: IDXMonster
Date: February 25, 2018 09:59PM
Which most likely means....it’s obscure,and likely quite rare. It’s also likely I’m talking out my butt,however...no matter WHAT it really is or what it’s really worth to anyone,it should be PRICELESS to you! A first hunt coin like that is a DREAM find for anyone!:smile:

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Re: Is this a coin, found on first outing with CTX
Posted by: jayhop
Date: February 25, 2018 10:18PM
You are right, I have very few finds that are worth $100 dollars or more if I were to sell them, but I I'd have to get mighty hungry before I would take 10 times there value.
I'm really just interested in finding out what it is and wether or not it's real.

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Re: Is this a coin, found on first outing with CTX
Posted by: jayhop
Date: February 26, 2018 10:35AM
Thank you, I posted it there but no replies yet.

Re: Is this a coin, found on first outing with CTX
Posted by: Bassplayer
Date: March 05, 2018 10:43PM
I am surprised he did not have any idea of what it is. i am just guessing but i have seen pirate cobs made of copper on @#$%& and other collectible sites.
This is not identical but take a look at this.
https://www.@#$%&.com/itm/PIRATE-COIN-Dated-Spanish-Ship-Wreck-Buried-Scarce-Treasure-Chest-Lion-Castle-US-/232677793150

I would keep looking and researching!

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Re: Is this a coin, found on first outing with CTX
Posted by: jayhop
Date: March 06, 2018 10:23AM
Also posted on the Numismatic site with no results.

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