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Item Found: Jewelry

Location: New Jersey

Metal Detector Used: Spectra V3i with Headphones


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September 1st, 2010
I Love My White's Spectra V3i!

The V3i has just given me more than silver & gold it has given me more than hours of family fun. We have been to parks, Family events & countless nights in the back yard with the kids just digging from our past. Hey kid's look this used to be daddy toy car & that might have been granddads junk lol.....
Needless to say we love the beach & to have freedom cause of our troops who protect our shores. We are able to spend time with our family playing in the sand because there serving the country.

While playing with my family up & down the shore we found a symbol of freedom in the sand it was a good one as it was this ring that belong to a man who is known as Major Bowdish in the Signal Corps Army Infantry 1/114 for operation freedom, this was a great find! To know he lost it here in the USA means he made it home.

White's has given my family so much and now we have the chance to return this ring to him & thank him for his service.

Thanks White's

Timothy (NJ)

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