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Item Found: Coin

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


May 1st, 2010
     Dear White's,

I wanted to say that White's Metal Detectors are so smart, the DFX is a great piece of equipment, it does everything for you except dig the item out of the ground. This year was the best for silver, I found in all with coins and jewelry about a pound of silver, I dug mercury and Roosevelt dimes, 1964 and older quarters, 2 walking liberty half dollars, 1 Ben Franklin half dollar 1960 cut in half and rings and necklaces.

I even pulled out a 1 ounce gold link bracelet that was gone before I could snap a shot of it, which was a huge surprise for me, because Jim at Escondido Coin gave me $450 for it the night before Christmas.
Thank you for a wonderful piece of equipment, which I have has since 2005 and not one single problem have I encountered. White's products are nothing but phenomenal! Thank you to everyone at White's Electronics for your work and service is A+++++.

For a list of everything I use, is as follows: White's Bullseye Pinpointer, Lesche digging tool, Jimmy Sierra 150 OHM headphones, and Jimmy Sierra relic pouch without these forget it, also you have to have a good pair of knee pads. Buy a White's and get off the couch.

Joshua
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