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Found by Lee N.: “Lee N went out with Tom R, Marvin G and Russell B. This piece of copper was found 4 inches deep, with an AT Pro. Canadian pat #5069, Nov 7, 1882. Identified as a leaf spring to a seat of a wagon.”
Found by Ron P.: “Here is a photo of the coins, all modern, that I found on the Mystery Hunt at Hidden Valley Ski Resort on 9/15. There are 47 coins totaling $9.04 consisting of 32 quarters, 9 dimes, 2 nickels and 4 pennies. There was a lot more to be found, but the heat finally sent me home after a couple hours of detecting.”
Found by Kathy H.: “Found in the yard of an old house, most were about 4-5 inches deep, with my XP Deus. Don’t know what the knife is.”
Found by Bill S.: “Ok, this thing found at Hidden Valley is a “bottle cap” made by Bakoda and is used as part of a traction board for snowboarding. Makes sense given where it was found. +/- 4″ deep using a White’s MX7″
Found by Susannah K.: “Proceeds of Hidden Valley hunt. Got the same snowboard cap as Bill S., but not as pretty. Cannot figure out what the pin represents. Pinback was in the middle back of the pyramid.”
Found by Bill S.: “Monday beat the heat hunt. Local park, typical finds. All less than 4″. White’s MX7 w/13″ Detech DD Coil.”
Found by Susannah K.: “Surface find in Ireland, where you aren’t allowed to detect. A lowly one cent Euro. Oh well, still have lovely memories of the country.”
The artifact that Kathy H found is a T Push Knife. identified by American Diggers, Can you Identify.