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Heck of a day at the crossroads

laplander

Moderator
Staff member
Melvin and I went to the crossroads today and gave the Equinox's a royal workout site included a one room school house and 3 cabins. The first shot is the tailgate roundup he out hunted me with 4 Indians the oldest was a 64, 3 wheats and a nice GS button I missed the Betty Boop pin.
I dug 2 Indians, 1- '69 Shield, 1870's John Deere pin and another Civil War button this one is an Infantry with lots of guild left on it. Rounded it out with early suspender buckle.
 

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laplander

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Staff member
Thanks Mark, Shields are a crappy little signal for most part. Not many people dig 9 thru 13's but just like deep silver once you get onto it you just know its there. Oh by the way all these Civil war buttons are the same signals.
HH Jeff
 

Mkus

Well-known member
Yeah I always dig solid 12-13-14 gold nickels and war nickels
 

407floyd

Member
Oh, you guys have a great site there. On the tailgate pic, it looks like an oil lamp knob on the right. It probably has
 

407floyd

Member
a patent date and makers mark on it.
 

laplander

Moderator
Staff member
Oh, you guys have a great site there. On the tailgate pic, it looks like an oil lamp knob on the right. It probably has
Good eye Floyd. That's one odd looking rivet the best we could tell. I always check the lamp advance wheels and suspender buckles for patent info, makes for some interesting reading.
 

xwyokid

Active member
Great stuff! That is a month's haul for me.
 
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