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Been super busy. Post #8

407floyd

Well-known member
This is the sequel to Post #7. Pic 1 is the second half of the finds from Post #7. The swastika on the heart is definitely a good luck symbol. I really like the elaborate winding key above the stubby key. The brass rectangle, bottom right, is a 1st place award for Bantam Weight Motorcycle. One of the lids is The Real Thing condoms and the other is Faoen Cleaning Cream (came in milkglass jar). The suspender clasp is patented 1894. If anybody knows what the giant 2-hole button is for, please let me know. Pic 2 is from working out of town evening hunt. Again the ground was like concrete: managed to get the 1916 Barber quarter, ugly IH, toasty Merc, and Lions Club International printers block. I'm curious about the cap with U.S. It looks fairly old. Anybody have ideas? Pic 3 is from the same out of town trip, but different town: Found an 1897 Barber dime, 1902 IH, silver Roosevelt, Adolfo watch, a Gladiola Flour thimble, and an unusual key. Pic 4 is from a different site closer to home: The Ford charge gauge was a first for me. Found a Poulsen Middle Ben fishing lure (age unknown), silver and turquoise dangle, a Sportcraft whistle, 1926D wheat, and a tiny harmonica reed. Pics 5 & 6 are the cream of this crop. Back to the street tear-out site for this mother lode. Outdid my last outing here with 11 silver coins: 1892O & 1906 Barber dimes, 1921D & 1939D Mercs, 1896 V nickel, a circa 1895 Charter Oak Stove token/fob, 1892 IH, 1915 Mexican 5 cent, 1911D 1925D 1930D wheats, 1888 English large cent, Chinese cash, and a 1976 Delta Carnival Club token from New Orleans. That was an incredible hunt. I'm up to May 2022 with this post.
 

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C.J.M.

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This is the sequel to Post #7. Pic 1 is the second half of the finds from Post #7. The swastika on the heart is definitely a good luck symbol. I really like the elaborate winding key above the stubby key. The brass rectangle, bottom right, is a 1st place award for Bantam Weight Motorcycle. One of the lids is The Real Thing condoms and the other is Faoen Cleaning Cream (came in milkglass jar). The suspender clasp is patented 1894. If anybody knows what the giant 2-hole button is for, please let me know. Pic 2 is from working out of town evening hunt. Again the ground was like concrete: managed to get the 1916 Barber quarter, ugly IH, toasty Merc, and Lions Club International printers block. I'm curious about the cap with U.S. It looks fairly old. Anybody have ideas? Pic 3 is from the same out of town trip, but different town: Found an 1897 Barber dime, 1902 IH, silver Roosevelt, Adolfo watch, a Gladiola Flour thimble, and an unusual key. Pic 4 is from a different site closer to home: The Ford charge gauge was a first for me. Found a Poulsen Middle Ben fishing lure (age unknown), silver and turquoise dangle, a Sportcraft whistle, 1926D wheat, and a tiny harmonica reed. Pics 5 & 6 are the cream of this crop. Back to the street tear-out site for this mother lode. Outdid my last outing here with 11 silver coins: 1892O & 1906 Barber dimes, 1921D & 1939D Mercs, 1896 V nickel, a circa 1895 Charter Oak Stove token/fob, 1892 IH, 1915 Mexican 5 cent, 1911D 1925D 1930D wheats, 1888 English large cent, Chinese cash, and a 1976 Delta Carnival Club token from New Orleans. That was an incredible hunt. I'm up to May 2022 with this post.
What detector are you using :clapping:
 

JimmyCT

Well-known member
Absolutely incredible finds!!
 

Ronstar

Well-known member
Second photo shows Lions is reversed, are you the cap doesn’t say “SU”???? 😂😂😂

Geez you been busy…… nice finds!!
 
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