« Back to Finds Posted May 5th, 2014 by Althea Hughes

Item Found: Other

Location: Southeast

Metal Detector Used: Coinmaster Series (NONE)


May 5th, 2014

I cant say enough about my Whites Coin Master GT, so I'll let the picture do the talking, but I will say a little myself, this is the best all around detector I have ever used by Whites. It does exactly what I need it to do. I hunt the beach every week, I hunt old homes, parks, and everywhere you can think. I found most of the coins at the beach along with the other things that people leave me on Saturday and Sunday such as, three gold rings, two stainless steel rings, and one sterling silver ring. I take my Coin Master with me every where I go. I just got back from Kentucky and some of the things I found were at some old homes that I drove by. I got permission from the owners, and found wheat pennys, old nickles, dimes, quarters, and lots of old metal. Some of the old coins in the middle of the picture I found at one old house. One of the farmers is ordering a metal detector from Whites Electronics as I speak. He said he always wanted to buy a detector and after using mine he's hooked. We keep in touch and he's always telling me he can't wait to get his. He said it should come in about a week. I let him keep part of what I found on his property. If your looking for a nice light weight, easy to use detector the Coin Master GT is the one. Well enough said, I'm off to the beach to find some more treasures.

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