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Found by Rick C.: “Quick hunt today. A little tank, a matchbox car, a plane, and some change, all with my ATPro at 3-4 inches. Not much, but fun.”
Found by Scott P.: “$2.08 in clad, 1935 Merc, fake gold ring, old button. Found with my Equinox 800 at 2 to 4 inches.”
Found by Jim H.: “Grabbed the one nice day we got and went mud detecting. I must have a thing for skulls since this is my second in a couple of months. One wheatie that is almost gone but I think the date says 1918.”
Found by Rick C.: “Couldn’t take it anymore, had to go play in the mud. Found 10 quarters, 10 dimes, 2 nickels, 38 pennies still being cleaned, a penny with a cross stamped through it, and need help identifying the other piece. It’s brass and almost looks like a replica of an old coin.”
Found by Jim H.: “Took advantage of that one warm day to hit an old park. The oldest penny is 1984, the oldest dime is 1982 or 3. Child’s ring. Shotgun headstamp is Peters Referee. Peters existed from 1887-1934.”
Found by Lee N.: “Went out with Tom R. and Russell B. and found the following items. The token is an American Legion Convention token, New York, 1937. The back says ‘Think Before You Drink, says Seagrams’. This was right after prohibition.”
The American Legion Convention of 1937, was the largest convention ever held, in the U.S., at that time. It took 17 hours, for the parade to pass the viewing stands. It is still the longest parade of all time.
The coin Ri k C dug, is a replica Spanish Reale Cob.