« Back to Finds Posted July 1st, 2011 by Robert

  • justdime.jpg
  • justdime2.jpg
  • justdime3.jpg
Item Found: Coin

Location: Connecticut

Metal Detector Used: Coinmaster Series (800-0329)


July 1st, 2011

Dear White's,

My son and I went out in a local forest yesterday and I found a fantastic cellar hole. We got right to work detecting and in the corner, I got a strong signal. I dug about 6" and there it was! An 1874 Seated Liberty dime! I was so excited............. OK, OK....... I lied! My son was the one who found the cellar hole and he also found the dime..... But he was using my backup machine..... Does that count for anything for me? After he found it, I dropped my fat a__ into the hole and found a bunch of cut old nails. Not silver but interesting, none the less! He found the dime with a White’s Coinmaster.

Robert (CT)

« Back to Finds

More Stories

April 1st, 2015
My buddies and I made a trip to local fort type area we always hunt. We had a nice trench dug out when the rains came in. We started toward…
April 1st, 2015
Just wanted to say thanks for your awesome product. I bought a MXT Pro last summer with the new TRX pin pointer love them both! I Have found many interesting…
April 1st, 2015
It always pays to follow up on leads, and this story was no exception. I was on a hunt in some newly dug soil, on some familiar territory. When I…
April 1st, 2015
I went to a park with my White's M6 and found my oldest relic yet a World War 1 Canadian Army Veterinary Corps badge/pin. The history of this badge…
1 matching finds