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Item Found: Coin

Location: Massachusetts

Metal Detector Used: Beach Series (800-0293)


May 18th, 2008
 

Dear White’s,

I want to tell you how great the Beach Hunter ID is with your new Super 12 coil. I have found the new coil to go deeper, still find tiny targets and run very stable in wet salt sand! The beaches have been have been very sanded in lately so I have been using my Beach Hunter ID in some fields and old farms in my town...my town was est. in 1655.

I got my very first 2 cent piece an 1864, my best looking large cent ever an 1822. I also got a few other 1800's coins Indian head pennies, mercury dime, 1916 barber dime, also a 1969 40% silver half dollar.

The beach hunter is just as great in the fields as on the beach or in water!! I have gone over areas I thought I hunted out with other detectors, but with the super 12 these areas are giving up more loot! I also got another "COB" coin from a wreck site that gave up 2 Cobs last year. This one is a 1669 8 REALE!! Thanks again for a great detector!!

Thanks,

George B. (MA)  

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