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Item Found: Jewelry

Location: Florida

Metal Detector Used: Coinmaster


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March 1st, 2013

Dear White's,

I bought a new Coinmaster metal detector this past Friday, So I thought I would try it on the beach Saturday morning. I have never used a metal detector before so I brought my boyfriend along with me. After he gave me a quick lesson on how to use it in the dry sand I was on my way hoping to find something.

When I first started I was finding nothing but bottle caps and pull tabs an a little bit of change. Within 10 to 15 minutes I got a signal in the ring foil position on the metal detector. so I dug in with my sand scoop until I found it, I was shaking the sand out of my scoop until I heard some noise in the bottom of it.

When I look in the bottom of my sand scoop I saw the greatest find ever, my first ring. It turns out to be a class rings made of white 18 karat gold. Now I can't wait to go out the next day to see what else I can find. I am so glad I can do some metal detecting with my new White's metal detector.

Diane (FL)
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