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« on: April 08, 2018, 04:41:34 pm »
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Found a large fragment of a 12" mortar shell we were surprised at its location but still a good find..I think I have an early doggy tag very much like another I found some time ago its a pity the 1859 LC has been pierced .....HH....Johnnn 

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Nice finds. Your area must have some history .
 My area is too new since it was mostly Spanish land grants and large ranches that eventually split up ,but that was much later.
 Keep on digging them up.
 HH Arturo

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Thanks for sharing John  Nice finds.     Great

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