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still looking 52

Well-known member
Found this piece of jewelry yesterday. It has a date on it 1830, not sure if That's the date is was made or what? I do know it is silver.
 

REVIER

Well-known member
A Miraculous medal.
They come in aluminum, silver, gold and maybe other metals, and they all have 1830 marked on them.
Great find on the 925!

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miraculous_Medal
 

jim tn

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The first one of those you find with Miraculous 1830 date on it tends to get the ole juices flowing. Silver....neat find. HH jim tn
 

WV62

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Little brother SL52, has a good ear for that silver, either that or that F5 really likes silver.

Big brother Ron in WV
 

Coin Rescue Inc

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Catholic Religious Medallion.
1830 commemorates the year of the Miracle that occurred in a church in France

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miraculous_Medal
 

still looking 52

Well-known member
Revier/ Coin rescue: you guys nailed it. Thanks for the info, very interesting find plus it counts as a silver found day. Jim your right about getting the juices flowing, this thing was 5 inches down and when I first saw it, it was laying side ways with the edge showing so my first thought was it was a silver quarter. That's what my f5 showed it to be.
 

MarkCZ

Well-known member
still looking 52 said:
Revier/ Coin rescue: you guys nailed it. Thanks for the info, very interesting find plus it counts as a silver found day. Jim your right about getting the juices flowing, this thing was 5 inches down and when I first saw it, it was laying side ways with the edge showing so my first thought was it was a silver quarter. That's what my f5 showed it to be.

Isn't that just "Miraculous" :detecting:

Good find, the truth being I bit it was on a silver chain and its probably no more than just a few feet away from where you found the Medallion. But! finding the chain with the detector would be like trying to find the smallest grain of sand on the beach.

Mark
 
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