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Item Found: Coin

Location: Indiana

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


August 1st, 2010
     Dear White's,

I'm writing to tell how wonderful your DFX 300 is.

I purchased my machine about one year ago and have been addicted to metal detecting ever since. I get out as much as I possibly can. My wife says I have a love affair going with "Mrs. White" as she affectionately calls my metal detector. She graciously puts up with my obsession (having found a beautiful 14k aquamarine ring, that fit her perfectly, helped!) knowing that I promised her a big diamond ring that I know I will find eventually.

The pictures show the highlights of my finds for the first year. My clad count includes 234 quarters, 439 dimes, 126 nickels, and 1503 pennies. I have also found 65 wheat pennies, 2 Indian heads, 1 1827 large cent, 7 silver Roosevelt's, 5 Mercury, 1 1869 seated liberty, 4 silver Washington quarters, and 1 walking liberty Half. Jewelry finds include 6 silver rings, 1 silver necklace and the 14k ring mentioned above.

I look forward to finding many more exciting things and can't wait until I can upgrade to the V3i. Thanks for making such a great machine.

Scott (IN)

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