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Congrats to you . That is one of my bucket lusters I mean listers . Nice coin . GPS coordinates please . Lol Gotta love how clean the silver comes out of the ground. (y)


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Congratulations!! Very nice (y)


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Nice nothing like a little Spaniard !

still looking 52

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Big81, get out there, don't let this Pandemic keep you away, just use good safety measures and stay clear of people.
With a find like that, I'd get right back to that same spot and grid it off.

jim tn

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Nice way to beat the pandemic. I finally got my first one, a 1819 half real, after 45 years of hunting a couple of years ago. And of all places, an old golf course. Nice find Big81. HH jim tn


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Very nice !


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Second time out in 3+ weeks because of all the insanity in the world... Definitely paid off! Found in a field where one of the first settlers of my hometown built a cabin in late 1780s/early 1790s
thats an amazing find , you just dont find those up hear in Minnesota


New member
Awesome find. Congratulations!


New member
very cool , wonder if you sepi-ized the one side, it would bring out more detail. Open it with a paint program say, and look for the sepia edit feature. add some color and shadow. CO
That's a sweet find


Active member
Man oh man, what a nice coin! I was with a buddy when he dug one, I at least got to hold one once!!! I would love to find one or a piece of one some day