On this hunt I decided to try my luck at metal detecting on the opposite side of the creek from where I normally hunt. I was in an area that looked like a house may have stood there long ago. There were daffodil flowers and even Yucca plants around so I was sure that someone had planted those flowers.
The thimble reads “Forbes Quality Coffee” and is circa 1912-1920.
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