ALERT The MDF has a monthly Prune of all Members that have Zero Posts to their Accounts to Free up Resources. However Just 1 Single Post will keep your account open indefinitely.
This forum is for news and views from other metal detectorist`s throughout the world.
- Posts: 1959
- Joined: Tue Jan 06, 2009 11:48 pm
- Location: Nova Scotia
- Has thanked: 176 times
- Been thanked: 481 times
Since a slow time here in the Maritime thought I would share with a few foreign coins dug here;
left to right top row silver 1910 Yank barber quarter, 1801 Spanish 1 real, 1755 Spanish 2 real
lower left 1909 Newfoundland 50 cent piece (NFLD did not join Canada till 1949),1938 t0 1944 10 cents Netherlands and an Egyptian (I think) silver ...can't find the date.
You do not have the required permissions to view the files attached to this post.
- Posts: 11988
- Joined: Wed Dec 10, 2014 6:15 pm
- Location: Kent
- Has thanked: 3204 times
- Been thanked: 7534 times
I love finding unusual coins, especially silver ones.
Well worn Equinox 800 x2
Nice shiny new one still in box pending resuming detecting x1