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What a  find......Gold coin is on everyones bucket list...... but that ones in crazy nice condition as well.  That thing would be my crown jewel.  Congrats to him.

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Wow!!!  Love it.  Congrats to Jared  ?

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That is a find! Thanks for sharing as it helps keep us going when it's hot, dusty and the digging is hard.

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They'd have to revive me at the nearest ICU if I was ever so fortunate as to make a discovery as fine as that! Congrats go out to Jared of Wyoming via Jerry from Idaho.

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Not only a gold coin, but the particularly unusual $3 variety????

That is simply incredible...

 

WOW!!!

Steve

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Very rare find!

 

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I can only dream of finding something as nice as that!

Congratulations on your find.

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Wow nice save there...I would have thought it was foreign at first glance...

strick

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