« Back to Finds Posted November 17th, 2008 by Adam

Item Found: Unusual

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Metal Detector Used: Other (NONE)


November 17th, 2008
 

White’s Electronics,

I found a brass spoon that was made from a old chocolate company. I was metal detecting with my Prizm III in a now dried up lake about 80-90 feet of water would have been there.

The Spoon was 2" under some clay, but it was my best find that day. I was about to go home but I thought that I would check the area were people used to dive. Sure enough there was that spoon and probably more valuable items but it was getting dark, so I didn't want to get stuck in all that mud. Thank you White’s for making such great machines.

Thanks,

Adam

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