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I found these two class rings (May 2009) in Caldwell Idaho. The first one was on Friday morning, that ring is the 2007 class ring. The guy that lost it said he only had the ring for two weeks in 2007 before he lost it. The next day Saturday, I found the 2001 class ring. The person that lost that ring said he had not seen his ring since 2003 so it's been a long time and now lives and works in Mino' North Dakota.
Now for the story, both rings have been returned to their owners. The 2007 was the easiest to get it back because it had the School and name on the ring. I had it back within two months. The second ring (2001) was not so easy took me about a year and a half to find its owner because it only had a School Crest and his name.
Finally tracked him down through Facebook, he had moved to Mino, ND. Both people were so happy to get there rings back that they are too busy to have pictures taken to send on to me. So sometimes a person should just keep what he finds. There is a good karma thought after the 2001 ring was returned within five days I won 25K.
The last picture ring in the box is the one I sent to Minot. The find's were made with the White’s MXT300 a real fine detector and finds all that GOLD.