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Five cents with four coins! And 1909 gold coin not my find it’s a beauty!

Mkus

Well-known member
Found a nice green that was between two sidewalks old near a civil war fort I found one plug that was already cut so someone had been detecting recently.
It never deters me lol and my first signal was a derp penny turned out to be a Indian I found two other IndiansI had a real deep very bad signal it turned out to be a two cent piece!
I have not been able to pull a date on it the ring is 18k electroplated bummer!
I went back on Sunday to hit another spot right near by and ran into another man Fred who detects and he showed me some of his finds one included this beautiful 1909 $2.50 Indian head gold coin which I’ve included a picture of he allowed me to snap a picture so thats two gold coins found relatively close to each other with the Indian head I found 4 years ago kind of crazy how we met and had made very similar finds.
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Mkus

Well-known member
Thanks Tony and Jeff I just cleaned the two center and I got a date it will clean up nice!!!
1865 2 cent Indians are 1908 1902 1901
Sorry the little ring is sterling found that close to the 18k
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Ronstar

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I still remember that day I dug the French dime cuz it was goldish colored. They should make a law only gold is goldish colored!!! Good finds on the old American “gold”
 

jim tn

Well-known member
wildwilly, we are one and the same. I also have 48 years with the hobby and no gold coin either. I have found 2 Panda bear 1/10 oz gold coins in bezels, but still looking for the U S model. HH jim tn
 

Mkus

Well-known member
Thanks guys Using the nox 800 of field 2 it’s crazy I was detecting Sunday same spot got a buffalo and met up with Fred who found the gold coin real nice guy we hunted most of the afternoon together.
I think he like my equinox and now wants to buy one got a lot of clad and one buffalo same strip of grass...
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