What’s it coming up as? 80? 90? Its still there Its a cash coin! Is this a sangpyeongtongbo? Charlie, look at the rainbow! If we follow that, it leads to a treasure chest! Helllllo~ Today Charlie, our friends, and I are out metal detecting Charlie, what do you want to find the most? Sangpyeongtongbo (Joseon Dynasty Cash Coin) That’s right, but Charlie has already found a coin! Charlie you know what that is? I don’t know. It is a Japanese coin. Its a Japanese 10 Sen coin (1943). This is your first Japanese coin Is this a cash coin??? That’s Charlie’s first SPTB! The condition is very nice! This is from the Military Training Command. It was made by the training command during the Joseon Dynasty. Charlie: Really?
Dad: From 1828. Congrats, Charlie! It came out of here, but it was in the 20s on the Simplex. This is from the Joseon Treasury Department, 1731. 15, 17. Wow~ A Joseon Dynasty ring! Guys! A Joseon Dynasty Ring! You know King Jinro? King Jinro 🙂 Charlie this is a King Jinro ring! Charlie: Is it really a ring?
Dad: No. (Its a Jinro Soju cap tail) What did it come up as? 90? 82? Dig a little. Its deep Like 15 cm Dig deep. Pop the dirt out! Its still there. What is it Charlie? A cash coin! Let me see. Is this a SPTB? The condition is really nice. This is the “Chong” character. Joseon’s General Military Office, 1757. This is a 100 won Oh! Its out! A 50 won. 1982! What number did it come up as? The sound… was a little rusty. Its a nail. I told you it was rusty! This a Joseon Dynasty nail? (Joking) Or Goryeo Dynasty??? (Still joking) Oh! It smells like Goryeo! 17, 18, 19 99% of the time, those numbers are trash. But there are Joseon cash coins, especially the Military Training Command (and the Treasury Dept) that come up in that same number range (as trash). Take a look here. Right here. Hellooooooo~ This place is amazing. This is the Treasury Dept, 1731. Right next to this (boar) poop right here. We got an 80s signal. This is a soju cap for sure. You’re a soju cap aren’t you? Tell me honestly. You’re a soju cap aren’t you? Where are you? Wow! A button! [This is an old button with the character for luck on it] Are you a silver button by chance? Because I’m looking at this color… Going to have to clean this later. We got another one here! Just looking at this with one eye.. I can see this is from Pyongan Province, 1727. Charlie, we found a lot of coins today. This is what uncle found? Charlie: They are the same as mine. 1909 1/2 Jeon (1/2 Chon). This is our first 1/2 Jeon. We found that 1 Jeon before But this is our first. (It is your first one?) Yes. ^^ Next episode… “Dig up the ground. Will you find a 10 won?”
(An old Korean saying meaning “Does money grow on trees?”) What? Be sure to tune into the next video~