« Back to Finds Posted November 20th, 2009 by Chris

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Item Found: Coin

Location: Connecticut

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


November 20th, 2009

Dear White’s,

Just wanted to share with you a first for me, I went out scouting for cellar holes hitting a bunch of dirt roads in my area. After an hour or so on this dirt road it kind of choked up so I had to turn around the first spot I could. As I was pulling away I saw a cellar hole right in front of me wow, now the blood starts pumping!

Happy as a lark, I start detecting after 5 minutes or so I get a solid 88v.d.i at 8 1/2 inches so I dig, and dig. I start checking the hole with the bullseye II and out pops a large cent, Sweet I go back over the hole and again 88 V.D.I, I stuck the bullseye II in again and another large cent! It just doesn’t get any better than that.

Thanks White’s,

Chris from Ct.

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