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Item Found: Coin

Location: Washington

Metal Detector Used: MXT


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MXT
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Versatile high-performance detector that's easy to use with 3 distinct programs for prospecting, relic hunting, and coins and jewelry.

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January 1st, 2013

Dear White's,

For years I had wanted a metal detector and in 2002 I contacted the local White’s dealer here in Tacoma WA. Barrett at Cascade Custom Jewelers. I told him the type of metal detecting that interested me and although I was new at it I wanted one that I wouldn't outgrow. He highly suggested the MXT.

I always took it on our yearly vacation to Seaside OR. and would use it on the beach in the early mornings while the family slept in and would maybe take it out 2 or 3 more time throughout the year. I was always happy with the money and things I found with it until last summer I have had more time to detect and have found 10 times the goodies by learning to use this detector to its full potential.

It is an awesome machine that I may never outgrow. Thanks White’s for a great detector. This is a picture I took of the items found in the last year. 4,510 clad coins, 10oz. silver brick, 42 rings, 200 pieces of jewelry, 1 very rare coin in really great condition, 1927s quarter, 125 misc. coins, tokens and a ton of keys, knives and of course pull tabs that go into the trash can at the end of the hunt.

Sincerely,

Rich
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