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Found by Rick C.: “A hunt with Eric H. today at a park. Found $3.15 clad, a cub scout tie slide, a token from 1998 winter Olympics sponsorship General Mills, and a Sterling St. Michael pendant.”
MYSTERY HUNT #2: Found by Monroe B.: “Found an axe head, minie balls, and assorted iron.”
MYSTERY HUNT #2: Found by Scott P.: “Found an artillery button and minie balls. Found about 6″ deep with Equinox 800.”
MYSTERY HUNT #2: Found by Jim G.: “These are my finds from Rolla.”
MYSTERY HUNT #2: Found by David S.: “Found at the Rolla Hunt.”
MYSTERY HUNT #2: Found by Andrew H.: “My finds from the Mystery Hunt.”
MYSTERY HUNT #2: Found by Rick C.: “These are some of the things from the Rolla hunt. The round ball at top right is a canister shot for a cannon. Found with my AT Pro with Thunder Coil. All deep.”
MYSTERY HUNT #2: Found by Bob W.: “My finds from the Rolla hunt.”
MYSTERY HUNT #2: Found by Ricky M.: “Had a great time!!! Plus a MIRACLE I did not find a pull tab. Remarkable!!!!”
MYSTERY HUNT #2: Found by Ron S.
MYSTERY HUNT #2: Found by Howard and Kathy H.
MYSTERY HUNT #2: Found by Lee N.: “The name on the plaque is “R. Staubly”. It was first thought to be a grave marker, but the landowner researched the cemeteries and there is no one by that name. He is now researching whether it might have been a Civil War soldier’s nameplate on a personal items box. Found 4 inches deep with Ace 400.”
Found by Scott P: “Found 3″ to 4″ deep with Equinox 800. 1962 & 1929 dimes, 2 no-date buffalos, 9 wheats.”
Found by Rob W.: “Pretty cool spoon I found. Has maker’s mark and say Sterling. Has “US” on handle.”