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Most of the relic coins in this group of twelve were found by yours truly using a metal detector. Each piece (100.106HD, 51.88HJ, 63.88HJ, 64.88HJ, 84.88HJ, 91.88HJ, 93.88HJ, 105.88HJ, 111.88HJ, 4.90HJ, 5.90HJ and FP1174) is shown and priced in its own photo. Information concerning the type of coin, location found, date found, and price are all given. Coins of this quality, found on the ground and exposed to the elements for years, are seldom considered to be of numismatic quality, but more as historical relics. The coins in this group consist of a penny, nickels, a half-dime, dimes, and one brass token from Goldfield, Nevada. The earliest coin is dated 1862 and the latest 1899, all from the towns of Carbon, Old Rouse, Terrace, Mudsill and Weston located in Wyoming, Colorado, and Utah. Each coin comes with a map of the state in which it was found with the location of the site highlighted. Select or ask any question by first referring to the Trocadero Item Number or Stock Number shown on this page, and then the inventory number shown on the given photograph. Any that have been sold will be so-marked on the appropriate photo. Each coin comes with our certificate guaranteeing authenticity. If you’d like to see a close-up front and back composite photo of any one of the coins, don’t hesitate to ask. NOTE: if you enjoy this ‘TWELVE different items on a single page format’, and would like to see all the different categories that we currently list in our catalog, spell out the word TWELVE in the search box and it will bring them all up. It’s a great way to limit you browsing time!