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Item Found: Relic

Location: Connecticut

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


October 1st, 2010
   Hello all at White's,

Here are just a few examples of what can be found at hunted out sites with the DFX and a little patience. A New York Militia button (1805-1835), a very nice 1831 large cent, a complete colonial shoe buckle and a fine example of a 1745 King George half penny.

This machine is a great relic machine and when properly tuned it can find a lot of goodies in the iron as well, it's amazing at what is masked at these old sites. Great job to all at White's for the quality and effort you put into making a machine like this, it really makes the hobby a fun one.

Dan in Ct.

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