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Item Found: Coin

Location: New York

Metal Detector Used: Surfmaster PI Dual Field


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October 1st, 2011

White's Electronics,

I just wanted to drop a line to you and show you a few pictures of some of last fall’s recoveries. All these finds are from an area in WNY that I have been hunting for several years now. Most of the recoveries were from old cellar holes and plowed fields that once had homes on them.

The large cents came from three different locations along with the Bank of Upper Canada 1854 Half Penny Token. The Eagle Buttons all came from a plowed field along with the Civil War Token 1863.The railroad lock was found at an old homestead cellar hole. I use the DFX with the 950, D2, 6x10 and the 4x6 at different times and different areas. The more I learn the machine the better I like it.

Thank you,

Rolfe F.

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