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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.
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I love finding unusual coins, especially silver ones.
Equinox 800 x2
Explorer II (for the Thames)