« Back to Finds Posted August 1st, 2010 by Eric

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Item Found: Coin

Location: Indiana

Metal Detector Used: Spectra Series (800-0319)


August 1st, 2010
   Dear White's,

I am writing you to tell you how amazing this new V3 is compared to the DFX I used to have. It is now going into week 4 of having this V3, The things that I have found with this is unbelievable.

To Start I have found the 2nd time out with my Detector I found these, 1879,1908 Indian Heads,1916-S,1942,1942-S,Also around 40 or so Wheaties in this yard along, And I found a Sterling silver ear ring and a gold ear ring at 14k.

These were found around a Old Girl Scout Camp that dates back in the early 1900's, But the place dates into the mid 1800's, Just this last weekend that was April 29-May 3rd, I went to a hunt with the DFXONLY.COM . Group that I am in we all went to a place called Camp Falling Rock in St Louisville, Ohio Just out of Columbus, Now to the goof part when I was up there I found 5 different silver coins, Barbers 1909-O, 1911-S, 1957 Rosie, 1939 Washington, 1944 Walking Half Dollar, 1882 Indian Head, Also A 50 Yr Anniversary Scout coin. I recommend this machine to anyone BUY it you won't be disappointed at all. Many more places to hunt. Maybe I will see you in the field one day...

Thank you,

Eric
Rising sun, Indiana

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