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Metal Detector Used: Spectra V3i


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May 1st, 2012

Dear White's Electronics,

I wanted to share with you some of my finds over the last two years or so. Here goes: two silver pussy cats that could be a ladies tie clip. Native Indian 18 carat gold eagle ring with a diamond eye, super mans ring, silver right with a white stone, a silver ring with a golden raven face. I have also found a gold 10 carat ring with three diamonds, Irish wedding ring, turquoise butterfly ring, an East Indian silver sword, Tiffany and Co. of New York heart shaped locket (I’m running out of room on my charm bracelet).

They were making a U.S. movie at this baseball field off of the Trans Canada hwy a couple years ago. When the movie set left I found this neat silver link charm bracelet, black with grass sticking all in it. It came up 100 on my DFX. I also found some US quarters and dimes, plus a couple dollars in Canadian money around the field that sunny day. I have found maybe twenty rings or more, but I am on the hunt for a bigger bracelet. I bet those worms are all choked up, they thought those beautiful rings were all there’s.

Robert (Canada)

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