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Morgan Silver Dollar + Barber Quarter Pocket Spill!!

floodplaindetector

Well-known member
We had a nice warm up last weekend, so I headed out early Saturday morning to work off the Thanksgiving turkey.
All finds shown are from 2 partial day hunts: Saturday and Sunday. Everything was found with my Minelab eTrac at public researched sites.

The 1882 Silver dollar was on edge in the hole about 9 inches deep. Right next to it was a 4-inch-long x 1/2 thick triangle shaped piece of iron. On the other side was a big bent nail.
It was originally giving a very flat and chopped faint wheat penny sound tone. Once I pulled out the Morgan Dollar in disbelief, I proceeded to recheck the hole.
About a foot away I exposed a very faint high tone. Out popped the Barber quarter. It was about a foot deep.
I hit a couple ball shaped buttons in the area that I thought may be silver. Also found at the same site was a 1902 Indianhead penny,
1907 V nickel and a musket ball and horse sleigh bell (see that picture with finds in my hand)

That silver cross read like a faint scratchy Indian head penny. It was found about 5 feet from that 1884 Indian head penny in a very old city park.
It does not have a sterling stamp on the back but is definitely silver. I was happy to get that one as it is a pretty unique find.

Thanks for looking!
Dave

Coin Finds
1882 Morgan Silver Dollar
1905 Barber Quarter
1936 Mercury dime, 1946 Roosevelt dime
1884,1902 Indianhead pennies
1880 Netherlands 1 cent
6 Wheat pennies back to 1916

Other Finds
Silver cross
2 aluminum/brass crosses
Tiny Sterling ring
copper ring
front of old aluminum ring
small silver seashell pendant
2 ball shaped buttons
sleigh bell
ID bracelet tag
musket ball
Gold plated cuff link
garter clip
assorted buttons
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BigSilverPocketSpill.jpg
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SilverCoins.jpg
SilverCross.jpg
Jewelry.jpg
NetherlandsCentObverse.jpg
NetherlandsCentReverse.jpg
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JCR TX

Well-known member
Excellent. Do I see a Liberty Head/V Nickle also?
 

JimmyCT

Well-known member
Wow! Wow! Wow! Look at the big beautiful silver dollar!! You are killing it with all these super finds!!

😮😮😮 I would of had to run home and clean my shorts 😂😂😂
 

Elmy

Well-known member
We had a nice warm up last weekend, so I headed out early Saturday morning to work off the Thanksgiving turkey.
All finds shown are from 2 partial day hunts: Saturday and Sunday. Everything was found with my Minelab eTrac at public researched sites.

The 1882 Silver dollar was on edge in the hole about 9 inches deep. Right next to it was a 4-inch-long x 1/2 thick triangle shaped piece of iron. On the other side was a big bent nail.
It was originally giving a very flat and chopped faint wheat penny sound tone. Once I pulled out the Morgan Dollar in disbelief, I proceeded to recheck the hole.
About a foot away I exposed a very faint high tone. Out popped the Barber quarter. It was about a foot deep.
I hit a couple ball shaped buttons in the area that I thought may be silver. Also found at the same site was a 1902 Indianhead penny,
1907 V nickel and a musket ball and horse sleigh bell (see that picture with finds in my hand)

That silver cross read like a faint scratchy Indian head penny. It was found about 5 feet from that 1884 Indian head penny in a very old city park.
It does not have a sterling stamp on the back but is definitely silver. I was happy to get that one as it is a pretty unique find.

Thanks for looking!
Dave

Coin Finds
1882 Morgan Silver Dollar
1905 Barber Quarter
1936 Mercury dime, 1946 Roosevelt dime
1884,1902 Indianhead pennies
1880 Netherlands 1 cent
6 Wheat pennies back to 1916

Other Finds
Silver cross
2 aluminum/brass crosses
Tiny Sterling ring
copper ring
front of old aluminum ring
small silver seashell pendant
2 ball shaped buttons
sleigh bell
ID bracelet tag
musket ball
Gold plated cuff link
garter clip
assorted buttons
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Ronstar

Well-known member
Thats a super dooper calafragilistic (sp?) hunt in anybody’s book, dang!!!!!!’
 

Rick(ND)

Well-known member
You really got that E Trac locked on to the great finds.
It is nice to see these finds as it gives us all what can be found with knowing your detector well and showing there is still a lot of good finds left to find.
It looks like our weather is going to be changing soon, so no detecting for us anymore.

Rick
 

xfactor

Member
Very very cool.
I am glad to see finds are still "really happening". I bought 3 detectors 5 years ago for my son and self but it never materialized (he wasn't interested), so I sold them.
Still had the urge so I picked up a couple for myself over the past couple years.
At times I thought ...maybe the good finds are mosy found ...then of course I push those thoughts away.(lol)
I just joined this site....very very glad to see "finds are still being found".
Cool finds!

Tacoma, Washington
 
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