« Back to Finds Posted June 1st, 2009 by Terry E.

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Item Found: Gold

Location: California

Metal Detector Used: Other (800-0300)


June 1st, 2009

Dear Whites,

I have had some amazing jewelry finds in the first part of 2009 with my Whites XLT. I usually hunt for old coins but decided to start focusing on finding jewelry. So I started doing research and started going out to newer parks and soccer fields and baseball fields and playgrounds. My first piece of jewelry was a 14k white gold band and after that I found 6 silver rings. Almost one every other day, I decided to hunt a park that used to be a miniature golf course and about 2 hours into my hunt, I found 2 gold rings in the same hole. Wow was I amazed, 1 of them is a class ring which I am in the process of finding the owner. I had never found this much in that short of time. I headed to another park that I had researched and within 30 minutes I found a 10k heart pendant with a ruby and a diamond in it. I went to another park and found a sterling silver Tiffany and co. ring. I decided to go back to the same park and I found a huge 14k gold band and another 10k heart pendant with 26 diamonds in it. There is lots more out there to be found and I will continue looking. This Whites XLT is the most awesome machine I will ever use. I want to thank Whites Electronics for making great products and of course the friendly customer service.

Thank You
Terry E.

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