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Monthly Archives: May 2012

An ID or Bust: The Long Journey to ID a Colonial Coin

Last February, I took advantage of a mild NJ winter and a small window of time to hit my backyard for a little afternoon metal detecting. It was a sunny Friday afternoon and my kids would soon be strolling down the block on their return trip from the school bus. I had searched my yard … Continue reading »

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Oh Universe! Why Dost Thou Mock Me?

I finally ventured back to my parents’ backyard. On my first quick search there I quickly uncovered the 1891 Queen Victoria Canadian silver seated half dime. I’ve been anxious to get back, but a little short on time. This day I was a little rushed too, but I was able to scan a pretty big … Continue reading »

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