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Beautiful 1914 Barber dime and indian head cent #1006

Ed (Upstate NY)

Active member
Hit a " hunted out " park in down town Albany and came away with a couple of keepers. Dug this gorgeous 1914 Barber dime in the same hole as a 1905 indian head cent. The last Barber dime I dug in this park was in 1992 so its been a few years ! The indian head cent was career #1006. They have been coming very slowly since I found number 1000 back in May. Seems like I squeezed about all the indian head cents I could from the old city parks here. The old trusty Minelab Explorer SE Pro is still getting the coins others have missed. I wouldn't trade it for any of the newer models.


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Nice looking Barber Ed.
Good hunt all around. (y)

still looking 52

Well-known member
This is really weird, earlier this year I found a 1914 Barber dime in excellent condition just like the one you found Ed, l mean it is EXACTLY! like the one you found.
My wife has mind ( hers now) as a necklace.