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A first for me

laplander

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2 large coppers are unheard of in my neck of the woods, I know they are toast but that doesn't matter. I posted a representative photo of the Montreal bank token, and the other is a 1855 upright large cent. A couple Indians and a V nickel round out the coins. My personal favorite is the whizzer made out of the gold plated pocket watch. Man they liked harmonicas and pocket knives lol My wife and I had a wonderful day with the Equinoxes, her 88 Indian was the nicest coin!
HH Jeff
 

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Mark kus

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Nice finds Jeff I did well this weekend also got two coppers one was a US large cent
Mark
 

Ronstar

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Thought everything was bigger in Texas? Apparently large pennies come in bushels in Canada!!!😂. Nice finds overall, a good hunt indeed!!!
 

Mark kus

Well-known member
Most of my local detecting friends have never found a large copper these bring my total to 3 for the year. You guys are in a different time zone LOL
yep with areas like this getting uncovered I should have a good spot this was attached to a park they cleared a huge section I was driving by and had to stop yesterday got a 1935 Washington and a copper! Always on the lookout!
 

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Odanscoils

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2 large coppers are unheard of in my neck of the woods, I know they are toast but that doesn't matter. I posted a representative photo of the Montreal bank token, and the other is a 1855 upright large cent. A couple Indians and a V nickel round out the coins. My personal favorite is the whizzer made out of the gold plated pocket watch. Man they liked harmonicas and pocket knives lol My wife and I had a wonderful day with the Equinoxes, her 88 Indian was the nicest coin!
HH Jeff
Awesome Hunt.
Congratulations
 

JimmyCT

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Nice haul of treasures! That bank token is sweet and a nice sharp date on the IH cent!!
 
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