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Topic: Never seen one of these before

New Post by Versarious on Sun Feb 26, 2017 8:10 pm

Geobound wrote:I have been trying for quite a while now to come up with something on the pin, the colours or even Wellings of Toronto.

It would appear that Wellings was bought by Franklin Mint in 1973, but I really can't find much more about them?

THE WELLINGS MINT, 70 Galaxy Boulevard, Rexdale, Ontario, Canada

Good luck.


I found WW1 memorabilia with wellings mfg. Co. On the back with a Google image search.. couldn't find much more though.

Topic: Never seen one of these before

New Post by daverosy on Sun Feb 26, 2017 8:09 pm

Such a neat little pin, I saw it in person.
It was fun hangin' out.
Callum had his "best hunt ever!"

Cheers and HH. :tu:

Topic: Silver trifecta

New Post by kevin on Sun Feb 26, 2017 8:01 pm

I like the lock too......merc dime is a winner too nice finds :tu:

Topic: Second hunt of the year...

New Post by kevin on Sun Feb 26, 2017 7:58 pm

Nice finds :tu:

Topic: FIRST HUNT FIRS GOLD

New Post by kevin on Sun Feb 26, 2017 7:56 pm

Congrats the finds are pretty good for the first time out :tu:

Topic: Getting the lead out.

New Post by 2ndoldman on Sun Feb 26, 2017 7:56 pm

Antiquarian wrote:Bruce, I'm happy to just find one silver, but your silver success never fails to impress! :wow: :clap: Those are a couple of beautiful 1883 Victorian Quarters that were definitely lost by the same individual. Dave

Thank you Dave. :ty: I have great areas to hunt, that is why my success is so good. :tu:

Indy wrote:WOW.both the same year and both in great shape.I'm guessing you are digging more of those square nail signals. :yes:

If you look at the trash pile Jamie you will see more than one sitting there. :smile:

yukonjack wrote:Great day for you Bruce. I am in such a drought for finding pre-1900 quarters for some reason...half dimes, trimes, and dimes no problem but not what you come across somewhat regularly! How many do you have now for the year? HH, YJ

Thanks Chris. If you are wondering how many pre 1900 quarters I have this year it is just those two. If you want to know how many quarters I have so far it is 9. As to the total number of silvers in my collection so far this year it is 51. 52 if you count the 1843 seated dime that got away. :smile:

Topic: Never seen one of these before

New Post by kevin on Sun Feb 26, 2017 7:53 pm

Some great finds. :tu: