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A few recent hunts..

bootyhoundpa

Well-known member
A few farm and freshwater hunts..been rather slim Pickens lately for the most part.. I’ve learned how to pick a few tiny flat buttons out of though spots..one of them is a “blowhole“ button which I guess are older than most flat buttons or so I’ve heard... so here I am finding flat buttons but the only coins I’m finding are from the 1970s oh except for the aluminum Uncle Sam 1949 play money dime which I thought was a bust dime till I cleaned it off..uuuggghhhh... the broken piece of pottery is from an old Penns Dutch slipware pie plate most likely from early 1800s.. so much for the farm field hunts.. fortunately my luck got a little better... I got in water to do some micro jewelry hunting..dug a lot of tiny junk,a few silver earrings, a 14k stud earring and a 10k chain...
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CT Todd

Well-known member
I don't think slim pickings. looks very good.
 
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