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Big Silver and Big Tokens


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Finds are from hunts over the last 3 weekends. All finds were found in researched public sites with my Minelab eTrac. Coils used were 12x10 SEF and NEL 13x14 Storm.
I managed to run into a half dollar each of the last 3 weekends. All the halves were found at different sites.
I had great luck running into all the merchant tokens. They were found at 4 different sites. All of the tokens except for 3 small ones, the Captain Midnight
token and the half dollar were pulled from an old city park in Minnesota. That park masked a lot of targets as it was very junky and full of iron and lead pieces.
The small brass 5 cent token was pulled at an old school site.
The larger aluminum Good For 5 cent token was pulled at a very small town city park fairly close to my parent’s farm during a visit a couple weeks ago. This one is a rare token because the town is so small.
I have pulled numerous tokens there for that merchant over the years.
The ‘heart’ design buckle was pulled from an old railroad park.
A strange find is the metal tube that looks like a cigarette. I was told it is a Pot pipe. Also a strange find is that miniature old spoon clip or pin.
The heavy duty DeWalt utility knife was a surface find.
Thanks for taking a look!


Coin Finds
1939,1943,1944 Walking Liberty Half Dollars
1942,1963 Silver Quarters
13 Silver Dimes back to 1915
3 Silver War Nickels
1889 V nickel (It looks whiter because I applied Muriatic Acid on it to get the date as it was worn slick)
4 Buffalo Nickels. One is a 1926 D Which is a better year.
A few Jefferson nickels from the 1940s and 50s.
1905 Indian head penny
38 Wheat Pennies back to 1910
1979 Clad Kennedy Half Dollar
Japanese coin

Other Finds
5 rings (2 are silver, one is crushed)
Bent 1940 Captain Midnight Token (My 2nd one this year)
Capital building pin
Old drawer pull
Elavco Padlock
Horse Reigns Guide (About 13 inches deep)
2 buckles
Minature Spoon Clip or Pin
Pocket Watch
Aluminum and Brass Merchant Tokens
2 Ornate Buttons and other misc. buttons
Minature religious cross and medal
3 Keys
Dewalt Utility Knife (surface find)
Large Square Nail
Diamond shaped pendant
4 leaf clover pendant (my 2nd of the year)
Aluminum “1083 CL” tag
A few 1960s-70s amusement tokens (clown and ghost)
Newer religious token
Wow!! You never really mention your total hours in the recovery process shown but I’m betting its outside union rules!!! Lol. Super jealous of the halves…..
Outstanding finds!! I am speechless 😶 at the finds that you make. Sorry about the drool 🤤 marks on my post 😂😂😂😂
Very nice presentation on you finds. I always enjoy your posts.
BIG congratulations and BIG time impressive. Thanks for all your posts.
God bless your energy…… I can pull maybe five hours now its cooler but being retired I dont fight the crowds during the week. Good job!!!
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Crazy finds Dave I thought finding a walker then a Morgan dollar within inches of each other was good 3 walker is incredible!
Thanks Ron. It was tough to keep it up through the heat. My wife bought me a Yeti cooler for Christmas and I have been making use of it.
God bless your energy…… I can pull maybe five hours now its cooler but being retired I dont fight the crowds during the week. Good job!!!