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A couple of days ago I returned to a late 18th century homestead that has been disappointing in the past. I've always felt like there was something good to be found around the house, but the best I co

The more I hold it the more magical it seems, No wonder why gold has fascinated us humans for thousands of years.  It truly is a strange feeling when finding something like that, It kinda takes you ba

Great find!!! Gold coins have always eluded me. I've found a fair number of gold rings but no gold coins. I think I'd react the same way you did if I ever find one 🙄. As for the house coming down, may

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Congrats on the beautiful $2 1/2 gold piece!  That's awesome and a great reward for being determined.   

 

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Beautiful finds and glad you had a great day hunting!

Wish I could get back out there, my neck and shoulder has kept me from doing anything.

Good luck on your next hunt and thanks for sharing the photos!

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Wow, phenomenal coin! Actual value pales in comparison! That's a keeper! The condition is stellar! Look's like it just dropped out of the mint bag!

And yeah, i would keep hunting there!! It may have friends! Like a 1911 D!!💰👍👍

PS. Hope the thumb is OK!

If not, i will give you one of mine!! 👍(for the coin)!🤣

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Absolutely awesome find my friend, i can only dream of the day.  

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I didn't think I would find coin like that in my entire life and at that site. Sadly the old place is slated for demo and will be replace with the typical modern  crap houses. I was surprised at the price of the coin also, seems to be worth only gold weight. But man it sure is a pretty little coin. Maybe today I'll find its big brother Ha Ha Ha.

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One of the coolest American coins ever made! Congrats. 

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Congratulations on finding that beautiful coin . It's a wonderful feeling finding a gold coin and you'll always remember it .

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That is simply awesome!  Congratulations!

If I found that, I would need new underwear. 🤣

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