« Back to Finds Posted April 16th, 2008 by Kevin

Item Found: Coin

Location: Minnesota

Metal Detector Used: Other (800-0284-LSP)


April 16th, 2008

Dear White’s Electronics,

For many years I have been avidly involved in the hobby of metal detecting with my main interest being in coin shooting. I have relied exclusively on White’s Metal Detectors and to date have found a total of 58455 coins. I have recently obtained one of my personal goals of finding my 1000th silver coin which turned out to be a 1944-S Mercury Head dime!

The DFX is a very impressive Metal Detector and I am still surprised to find coins in Public places and so called "worked out" areas. In addition to the silver coins I have also recovered many other older coins like wheat pennies, Indian Head cents and Buffalo nickels not to mention the occasional rings or piece of jewelry I find along the way in my search for these older coins.

I always save up the new clad coins that I find and have been able to purchase a new metal detector every few years. I would like to thank everyone at White’s Electronics for producing such fine metal detectors. They have provided me with years of enjoyment and have helped me to amass an impressive collection of old coins.

Sincerely,

Kevin

Isle MN  

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