« Back to Finds Posted October 1st, 2010 by Chris

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Item Found: Jewelry

Location: Idaho

Metal Detector Used: M-Series (800-0308-1)


October 1st, 2010
   White's Electronics,

I think not, man is I glad I dug this one. My 13yr old Rodney and I went out for a couple of hrs. He wanted to try out the new coil on the Coinmaster. We chose a local school he went off to the tot lot and I went across to the soccer field with my MXT.

While I could only hunt part of it cause the sprinklers were running I meandered around the sloppy area that had already been over irrigated. I was getting a few coins here and there not a lot but enough to keep my interest. On the way back to the tot lot I got a penny signal at 6" not real strong but I thought what the heck digging is easy with it being wet.

I took out the plug stuck the Sunray in the hole and it screamed at me, I reached down in and got this fine 14k ring hooked to this fine 14k bracelet and both test good with acid and the Mizar confirms the stones as real. SWEEEET for my first gold of the year!!!!!! I almost had a stroke, I also got a smattering of clad to go with it.

White's detectors prove their worth yet again!!!

Chris in Idaho

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