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|Cob Found By Crew of The Capitana.|
Captain Jonah Martinez and his crew continue to make great finds.
Here is one of the latest, a nice OM and maybe J cob.
For those of you who don't know, the OM indicated the Mexico mint. The J would be the assayer initial.
Nice find guys!
But that isn't all.
|One of Captain Jonah's Top Notch Divers|
Showing Off Some Great Finds.
In the plate is a buckle, a button and some more cobs.
A closer view of those finds is shown below.
The last picture shows a close-up of some very clean reales and the button.
They are nice and clean showing good detail.
You can tell they are also from the Mexico mint from the style of cross.
Thanks for letting us get a look at your finds Captain!
All of these photos were sent by Captain Jonah Martinez.
|Plate Full or Finds.|
|Nice View of Button and Cobs.|
|Lots of Musket Balls.|
With the picture of the musket balls, Captain Jonah sent the following message.
A couple weeks ago we got in to some musket balls so we went back skipping ground by about two days south here's what we found about 850 musket balls grape and pistol shot hopefully more at the end of this new trail. These balls appear to be from the green cabin but we find 1715 mixed in this area.
Here are the densities of some common metals given in grams per cubic centimeter.
Silver is just a touch less dense than lead, with gold being quite a bit more dense than lead.
Here is the link.
Besides being the same density another thing that would group the musket balls together is their round shape, which means they will move easily, but down more than up.
The same stationary front that has been causing afternoon showers along the Treasure Coast also provides conditions that could produce tropical activity near Florida next week.
Thanks for your poll responses.