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Item Found: Coin

Location: Ohio

Metal Detector Used: M-Series (800-0319-HP)


July 1st, 2011

Dear White's,

On Saturday, April 9 2011 I was at an old house in my home town. I had searched this house with another brand detector once before. I decided to hunt the house again with my MXT. After 4 wheat cents and an old button, this amazing find came out at 8 inches, an 1854 half-dime in amazing condition. It's been told that the square hole was used to either tie it into clothing or wear it around your neck as a charm. I can't believe how the MXT hit on such a small coin and I am still amazed at everything the MXT can do as one of the best all around detectors.

Thank you White's!

Jordan (OH)

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