« Back to Finds Posted March 1st, 2013 by M.A. Noll

Item Found: Relic

Location: Colorado

Metal Detector Used: Other (800-0284)


March 1st, 2013

Dear White's,

When I show my friends and family here in Colorado my latest finds, First thing out of their mouths is: How much is it worth?? I tell them, it’s not the value of the items; it's the time capsule of history you have just uncovered. Additionally not knowing what your next relic finds will be is quite exciting. From the Eagle buttons worn on the Soldiers uniforms, coins, musket balls, and tent and backpack hardware. The coins found date the time the training took place, along with an occasional spoon that a soldier ate chow from 100 years ago.

20 years ago I purchased a White's Eagle II SL; today I'm hunting with the White’s DFX. The Eagle II has my back locally. The only maintenance that really needs to be done is change the batteries on them. Thanks for making great products that can be enjoyed for many years to come.

“M.A. NOLL”
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