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Found by Bill S. : “Found this neat 1950’s era beer bottle opener at Saturday’s club hunt. Reisch Brewing Co. Springfield, Illinois (1849-1966) manufactured by Vaughan Mfg. Co. Chicago, IL . Found with White’s TreasurePro at 4 inches deep.”
Found by Rick C. : “Found a baseball hat pin, and 28 cents at Saturday’s club hunt. Used my Ace 250 at 2-3 inches deep.”
Found by Matt H. : “1883 Seated Dime found 6-16-17 in a StL park with my Minelab CTX3030 just 3 inches down
The token was found 6-13-17 in Mount Vernon IL with my Minelab CTX3030 6 inches down. The front reads: Medal, The Excelsior Shoe For Boys, July 1910. The reverse reads: Good Luck, Manufactured by the Excelsior Shoe Co, Portsmouth O(hio). Excelsior Shoe Company designed shoes for the Boy Scouts (which was formed in the US the same year) and used the tokens as advertising. Prior to Nazi Germany, swastikas were a good luck symbol.”
Rick C. : “Found a car, truck, a token from 1991 Namco Entertainment with Pac Man on it, a key, and $1.70 in clad coins using an AT PRO at 2-4 inches.”
Rick C. : “Better image of the NAMCO token above.”
The bucket looks like a beer bucket, used during prohibition. My Grandmother had several in her basement.