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Item Found: Relic

Location: Maine

Metal Detector Used: Coinmaster


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January 1st, 2011
     Dear White's Electronics,

My names Marc and I live up here in Maine and I want to share my story. My wife recently bought me a Coinmaster thinking that maybe it will give me a hobby to do and become more active. I was so excited when I received it and immediately went out my door and turned it on within less than a minute I picked up a strong tone and started digging.

I dug up a good size bell within a few feet of my front door. My wife and 12 year old son came out and were very excited at my find well that got us all excited so we went and started detecting the whole yard I am half done and have found another smaller matching bell, a WWII brass padlock, a musket ball and several old wheat pennies. At this moment we are researching the history of the property as a family. Thank you for bringing my family together. We are looking into buying 2 more detectors so we all will have ones and will only go for White's. I also want to state because of my new found interest in detecting I am more active and have lost about 8 lbs. so far.

Thank You,

Marc W.

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