« Back to Finds Posted November 28th, 2013 by Timothy Matthew

Item Found: Coin

Location: Northeast

Metal Detector Used: Other (621-0167)


November 28th, 2013

Recently went to a field where I have permission by the landowner. I found the usual melted lead, crushed brick strewn and pottery shards. It took me only a few minutes and got a repeatable high 70's VDI on my Very reliable SPECTRUM XLT. It said it was 2.5" down. I carefully unearthed a beautiful copper out of the semi frozen ground still encased in the earth it had been in for a long time. I cant thank you enough for providing us with the best machines on the planet. Easy to use, easy to pinpoint, and all around great tool. Thank you. MASSDIRTFISHER

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