As a coin collector I think I'd have a heart attack if I dug something that cool when at a bottle dump. Even in poor condition those things are awesomeDug this too...some sort of arrowhead pendant with a buffalo nickel on one side and a Mercury dime on the other. Date on the Mercury looks like 1939 but not sure.
Feeling like ya hit the lottery, huh?Been a while since I posted a dig here so figured I'd get one up. Went digging last Sunday and ended up digging 5 holes. First was a trash pit-found one local pharmacy bottle. Second through fourth holes were duds...stuff was too new (1930's). Fifth hole was a nice 4' x 4' x 6' privy loaded with glass from 1900-1915 or so. Mostly broken, but I did rustle up 4 more local pharmacy bottles, a couple local hutch sodas, a very hard to find large Galveston brewing bottle (these commonly come in a smaller size but this larger (quart?) size is the first intact one I have dug in 7 years), and a super hard to find Galveston flask...also the first of this variation I have dug in 7 years. A super hole and I'm aching to get back out and do some more digging this coming weekend!