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Item Found: Coin

Location: Virginia

Metal Detector Used: MXT


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February 19th, 2008
 

Dear White's
 
Once again the Super 12 Coil proves itself. I've been looking forward to getting to the beach over the long Thanksgiving weekend, where I'm stationed overseas. Within 5 minutes of my arrival I found an 18K Man's Wedding Band. I had 2 great days of fun finding 309 coins (with coins from 3 different countries, including a 1952 U.S. Penny), 1 Ladies silver ring, 1-silver Bracelet, 4 junk rings, 2 watches, 2 nice lighters, a couple of metal toys and various other items.
 
The coin that is broken in half, was down eight inches. After finding half, I thought it would be great if I could find the rest of it. I rescanned the hole and found the other half 2 inches deeper. Every time, I take my MXT with the Super 12 coil out, it is amazing what I find. I have never been disappointed using the Super 12 Coil on my MXT. Can't wait to see what I dig up on my next adventure. If you don't have a Super 12" coil you are missing out. 

Thanks,

Dan
  


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