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Found by Pat R.: 20 feet of fun! Tax token, 1920 Buffalo nickel, 1920 Mercury dime, 1943 war nickel, 1951 Rosie dime, and 21 wheat pennies. Found with ATPro at depths of 2-6 inches.
Found by Tom R.: “Went metal detecting with Lee and found 34 cents, earring, nice case pocket knife, old brass plug, washer, battery cable end, large stainless screw and the normal stuff with AT Pro two thru eight inches.”
Found by Lee N.: “I went out solo for a hunt after Easter lunch. I found a tent stake, pair of scissors, spoon(marked All American Stainless) and clad 3-4 inches deep. I found a very rare and very illegal stiletto knife 8 inches deep. The stiletto was not suppose to be found. All found with my Garrett 250 and pin pointer.”
Found by Tom R.: All found in the ground. All found in North America. Two inches deep with AT Pro except small brass thing that was eight inches down.
Found by Lee N: St. Louis Science Center 3-D Key Chain, 1989 Graduation Pin and 5 Pennies.
Found by Pat R.: 1920 Netherlands East Indies 2-1/2 Cent. Drilled hole indicates it was worn as a pendant. Found at about 3 inches deep with an AT Pro.
Found by Bill S.: Depression era $2.00 Sach’s store merchant’s token. Found at 4 inches deep using White’s TreasurePro. (Bill writes about this find in the upcoming May newsletter).
Eric H.: “Found this on Sunday morning about three pages deep!”
Found by Howard and Kathy H.: Most valuable items (?) were a 1996 dime, a 20XX nickel (date partially dissolved), a 2016 Bic lighter, 2016 pen (modern artifacts).
Lee N. , Tom R. and Marvin went out for a hunt in South City today, 4-9-17. “We found a lot of clad. Lee N. found a 1925 plain wheat penny, key, clip and unknown iron object 4 inches deep, using Garrett 250.”