Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by SensibleSal66, Dec 3, 2020.
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@TypeCoin971793 That 1820 might be a "Randall Hoard" piece. Very nice.
That's my 5cents worth, keep the change.
It certainly is
@lordmarcovan You can be my Secret Santa , OK ?
Good luck with that, if you want that proof 2c piece. I'd love to have it back myself. 'Tis long gone, alas.
Did you dig that one, Sal? I never found one while out detecting, but on two occasions I was with dig buddies who did. (An 1864 and an 1869.)
Closest I’ve come to that was an 1873 Shield nickel I found on an old plantation site here. (That was the only Shield nickel I’ve ever found.)
@lordmarcovan Yes. I dug that. I almost pee'd my pants when i saw the small motto indicators . Luck I guess . I won a prize at my club for it .
In my experience, that often seems to the case with old and isolated relic hunting sites. The site might yield only one coin, but when it does, it's usually a good (or at least interesting) one.
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