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Found by John W.: “I found this toy sailor at 3 inches and the Indian head penny at 2 inches using an Ace 400 detector. I found these axe heads and mule shoes at 1 to 2 inches.”
Found by Matt H.: “I found this 1925-S Mercury Dime yesterday in a local park. It was 5 inches below ground and found with my Minelab CTX3030.”
Found by Pat R.: Religious medal, gold-plated jewelry something or other, mail return tag related to Disabled Veterans, a 1956 Canadian penny, 1963 Rosie dime, and a first-year 1916 Mercury
Found by Lee N.: “Found 4-6 inches deep using my Garrett 250. The location is an old amusement park (1900). Both are iron and the object with the hook is heavy. I have no idea what they are.”
Found by Lee N.: “Went out today to detect and found the 1964 Rosie Plain 6 inches deep. Jefferson and 3 memorials 3-4 inches deep. Small button, piece of brass and spike were 4 inches deep. I used my Garrett 250 and pin pointer to locate all.”
Found by Matt H.: “Found this 1902 Barber Quarter 2/14/17 in a local park. It was 3 inches down and found with my Minelab CTX 3030. It unfortunately has scratches on the obverse and reverse that was not caused by me.“
Found by John W.: I recently found all these Hot Wheels in 2 hours of hunting using an Ace 400 detector. The cars were from 2-10 inches deep. I found the toy soldier and plastic landscape scene because it was next to a Hot Wheels.