« Back to Finds Posted October 1st, 2011 by George

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Item Found: Jewelry

Location: Massachusetts

Metal Detector Used: Beach Series (800-0284)


October 1st, 2011

White's Electronics,

I have been thinking of getting a White's Dual Field, so a friend of mine let me borrow his. I went out on the neg. low tide to an old beach in the Boston, MA. area and started hunting in the waist to chest deep water.

I was getting lots of heavy lead targets, nickel’s and a couple silver coins...but then came this 1929 "GIRLS CATHOLIC HIGH" class ring. I re-searched the school and found out it closed in 1932 when it became "MALDEN CATHOLIC HIGH”.

So far in the few hunts with the Dual Field I have found the gold class ring, silver rings, silver coins, V-Nickel's, 1875 Shield Nickel, wheat pennies and many old bullets. I have hunted with many different detectors in the wet sand and water and nothing I have ever used or seen used goes as deep as the Dual Field! As soon as I save up the funds I will be ordering one!! Thanks White’s for another great detector.

George

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