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Item Found: Jewelry

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Metal Detector Used: Spectra Series (800-0319)


October 1st, 2009

White’s,

I have been a White’s user for a few decades. I started out with a Coinmaster IV TR and have moved up in the ranks from the 5900 Di Pro SL to the Spectrum then XLT and DFX. I am now the proud owner of the V3.

White’s has out done themselves with the V3. The analysis graph really makes a difference and target identification or rejection is on the mark. Below are several pictures from my first day out for 5 ½ hours in 88 degree weather, but it paid off. The analysis graph really helped me reject the trash. Below is the list of items I found:

Small gold cross and very old worn Boy Scout medal

Door knob

2 Mercury Dimes

1 Wheatie (can’t read the date)

A costume jewelry ring

5 nickels

2 quarters

Bernie

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