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A few finds from a plowed field that I have permission to detect in Mass. I was lucky to find that they were late in planting it. The little button was really cool.

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Is the coin a half cent?

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Nice finds but I like that ring on your finger best :laugh:

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13 hours ago, strick said:

Nice finds but I like that ring on your finger best :laugh:

Strick I hear you there. 😉 My wife had it made by a jeweler in Lake Placid for our wedding.

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