Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Richard gladfelter, May 3, 2018.
Is it silver?.
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2002-S Ohio - Proof 3,084,245.
This is the only S quarter I have detected out of 7800. (2 silvers. I am hitting recent drops, modern finds.)
All proof state quarters also have silver versions.
I rechecked the mintages and edited the post.
Nice stone. I just got a sapphire same color for Christmas. Me like lots
Public schools are not private property. My taxes support it.
I never go when classes are in session. I never go during the week before or after classes are in session.
No kids on Sunday. They don't have the right to stop neighborhoods from accessing the fields which they had access to for 50 years.
Your damn right. Get a permit. They got to give you something. Just request dates. Just stay away from band practice
I won't fer in a debate with you, but property taxes pay for public schools so I am sure you must own property in the county on which the school is located. How would you likw it if someone sneaked onto your locked property and poked around and took what they wanted? School district property is absolutely "private" property in the sense that anyone who pays property taxes cant just come and go as they please if they have no legitimate business being there.
Are you crazy? No flash light?
You could get shot. Just plain crazy. @Michael K
Found this LMC today in the sand. To bad the date can't be read.
Wow.. do you go to like parks etc. I go walk the track at school and every evening after school I see a man in the parking lot of the school. A high school I guess that would be a good spot. Nice!
Gotta admit I was pretty shocked by this one. I completely expected environmental damage to coins coming out of the ground like pitting and such. I just didn't expect the damage to ever be in relief.
I'm assuming it's from the majority of the coin surface degrading and leaving small raised details?
Is that normal for ground finds? Like I said still new at this, lol
That's Sterling Silver. These parts on the sides likely held small gems, probably diamonds...
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