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4 hour hunt at a 1920's park with the Equinox 900 and 10x5 Coiltek

JimmyCT

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The Coiltek 10x5 continues to impress! This coil slices and dices through heavy iron and other misc junk. I was hoping for a "D" mint mark on the 1916 Merc but it was a bust :( Found 18 wheaties with the oldest dating 1909 and I can not believe the condition of the double gilt flat button!! Thanks for looking.
 

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Mark ( ohio )

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The Coiltek 10x5 continues to impress! This coil slices and dices through heavy iron and other misc junk. I was hoping for a "D" mint mark on the 1916 Merc but it was a bust :( Found 18 wheaties with the oldest dating 1909 and I can not believe the condition of the double gilt flat button!! Thanks for looking.
Images 3206 and 3207 , are those before and after snaps ? If they are , how did you get the details of the indian to come out like you did ??
 

JimmyCT

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Images 3206 and 3207 , are those before and after snaps ? If they are , how did you get the details of the indian to come out like you did ??
Mark the photo on the left is the front of the double gilt flat button.
 

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JimmyCT

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Jimmy, that's some fantastic finds, way to go!
That 1916 dime is in great shape, probably lost before WW2 started.
That wheat cent ratio to silver is about what we are finding here in WV " 10 to 1".
Thank SL52. I wish that ratio was different like 1:1 😂😂😂
 

JimmyCT

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Very nice results with that 900 and the CoilTek coil Jim!!!
Too bad the dime is missing the “D”, but still an exciting find!!
Thanks Felix!
 

Ronstar

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Im to the point any silver is worth celebrating. My oldest Merc so far 1917, “missed it by that much”!
 

JimmyCT

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Im to the point any silver is worth celebrating. My oldest Merc so far 1917, “missed it by that much”!
You missed by how much? 😂😂
 

Ronstar

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One year……but Agent 86 said it better!!
 
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