« Back to Finds Posted March 1st, 2013 by David

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Item Found: Silver

Location: Ohio

Metal Detector Used: Other (800-0300)


March 1st, 2013

Dear White's,

I found a spoon fork cache, in the woods Saturday November 10, 2012. My buddy and I met at a park in Youngstown, Ohio. We picked an area and about ten minutes later I called him over to show him what I had found. Down in the hole there was silverware looking up at me!

There is seventeen pieces all together. Tow are sterling monogramed teaspoons, six sterling small spoons, two turquoise Navaho coin silver spoons, three plated pickle forks, one nickel silver for, one plated spoon, one figurative spoon, and Hors d'oeuvre fork.

What a find!! I am still excited about it! Some people said I should sell them, but I am having too much fun showing them off! My friend found a three pronged sterling lemon fork next to my hole.

David (Ohio Treasure Hunter)
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