Good Day at an 1812 Farm House

by Joe Servello
(Chittenango, NY)

1832 Large Cent

1832 Large Cent

1832 Large Cent
1848 Large Cent
Silver Brooch

Good day of detecting at an old farm house belonging to a friend in Central NY.

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Apr 20, 2016
I Believe it!
by: Frank

Look how many coins are waiting to be found below old sidewalks, and streets. Those areas can be a gold mine, or a silver mine of coins.

Apr 20, 2016
longing for large cents
by: Anonymous

when they put in I-95 in center city Philadelphia they excavated what used to be a canal between the wharves and Front street. You didn't even need a detector you could find large cents just laying on the surface.
Then the started finding canons,well that's when the fence when up and the party was over. They used to use large cents as shims in colonial house construction.The canal became such a cesspool the the city had it filled in during the late 1700's. And that's where they excavated to put in 95.

Apr 19, 2016
Those Are Nice Finds!
by: Frank

Joe, that was a good day.

It's a good day if you find just one Large Cent...but two...and a silver broach. AWESOME!!!

Thanks for sharing.


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