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Found by Ron P.: “I went out yesterday to a private permission site and found the following: 1 non-magnetic ring with no hallmarks, 1 cub scout neckerchief slide, 1 brass strap buckle and 42 coins totaling $5.67. There was 1 Susan B. Anthony dollar, 11 clad quarters, 18 clad dimes and 12 copper pennies. The oldest coin was 1966 and the newest was 2015. Most were found at an average of 3″ with my Garrett AT Pro.”
Found by Rick C.: “Found a pocket watch, a cigar lighter from 1940’s, a hair beret, a car, and a few coins, all about 5-6 inches with my ATPro.”
Found by Jim H.: “Went with Susannah on a C.A.T. callout for a lost gold ring and property stakes. Didn’t find the ring, but found one property stake and we are working on the others and the ring. Meanwhile, I found this engraved earring. On the back it says Roman 12K GF. The GF means gold-filled which by US law must be at least 1/20th gold by weight. The Roman Company was founded in St. Louis by Melvin Roman in 1972. They made good-quality jewelry, but were more widely known for their engraving. The business was sold in 1984. Found with my Fisher F75 at about 3 inches deep.”
Found by Dawn W.: “Silver ring with butterfly sides. First signal of first hole on the club hunt! Found 2 inches deep with Teknetics T2.”
Found by Susannah K.: “Found this silver puzzle ring on the club hunt. I paid for it by getting an extreme case of oak tree mites. About 2 inches down with my XP Deus using the Sifter program.”
Found by Matt G.: “Two glass doorknobs. Found 1 inch deep with AT PRO. It is all one piece. Found by crawling under a pine tree. Same place I found a silver dime with my Ace 250. Trade token is the size of a penny, 3 inches deep. It’s not as old as it looks. Huffs Truck stop was at that location in the 50s-60s. It came looking just like that. All I did was dry brush it with a toothbrush and rinse it off once. The metal piece with “Lyric” on it is I believe a part of a knob off a Lyric Radio 1946 Bakelite Model 546T. See the sample pic of 3 knobs next to it.”
Found by Jim H. : “Chauffeur’s badge Missouri 1933 (See newsletter article–ed.), brass tag, gold-plated thingy that looks like a musical note, misc clad. All found 4-6 inches down with Fisher F75.”