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Item Found: Coin

Location: Massachusetts

Metal Detector Used: BeachHunter 300


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BeachHunter 300
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June 23rd, 2008

Dear White’s,

I want to tell you how great the Beach Hunter ID is with your new Super 12 coil. I have found the new coil to go deeper, still find tiny targets and run very stable in wet salt sand! The beaches have been very sanded in lately so I have been using my Beach Hunter ID in some fields and old farms in my town…my town was est. in 1655.

I got my very first 2 cent piece an 1864, my best looking large cent ever an 1822. I also got a few other 1800's coins Indian head pennies, mercury dime,1916 barber dime, also a 1969 40% silver half dollar.

The beach hunter is just as great in the fields as on the beach or in water!! I have gone over areas I thought I hunted out with other detectors, but with the super 12 these areas are giving up more loot! I also got another "COB" coin from a wreck site that gave up 2 Cobs last year. This one is a 1669 8 REALE!! Thanks again for a great detector!!

Thanks

George, MA

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