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Found by Jim H.: “Here is everything I found on the beach at Anna Maria Island. Anywhere from 2-6 inches deep with my Fisher F22.”
Found by Eric H.: “Found about three pages deep. (Quarter is for size.)”
Found by John Q.: ” All the coins on the top were found in one hole, as listed left to right— first of the day! Used an XP Deus, found on a golf course in Indiana.”
Found by Pat R.: “This is a picture of a pulled US .58 Caliber Minie I found in the rain at our hunt on the St. Bernadette Catholic School property, along with the source used for identification. I was using my AT Max and the bullet was around tree roots at only about 2 inches in depth, plus one inch of rain…lol.”
Found by Rick C.: “Monday’s little hunt–$3 in quarters, $1 in dimes, 3 nickels, 20 pennies, a Hot Wheels car, a Cub Scout neckerchief slide, and what looks like a drawer pull. All at 4-6 inches with my AT Pro.”
Found by Tom D.: “I found .87 cents and three bottle caps at the park hunt Saturday.. it was a enjoyable hunt, but hot. Most coins were just a few inches under the grass. Found with my Equinox 800.”
Found by Kathy H.: “I found the bowl part one day. I went back a few days later to the same area and found the handle. Old silver-plated spoon. Found 1st part with Garrett Ace 250, found the 2nd part with XP Deus. LOL”
Found by Kathy H.: “One side says Anheuser Busch Brew’s Assn. 1880. The other side is the big A with an eagle. Found with my XP Deus about 6” deep.”
Found by Matt G.: “So better late than never. These were my finds from the Civil War Mystery Hunt. Around 50 bullets, ten of which are in nice shape. One wheat penny. And a generic class ring which I found on the ground near another hunter’s dig hole. I thought it was junk until I cleaned it at home.”
Found by Tom R.: “Tom R. dug this Zinc piece on 6-4-19 and it was researched by Lee N. It was dug 10 inches deep with an AT Pro. Identified as a print plate for a poster of an 1894 Sterling Expert Model E bicycle. The other small copper print plate on right is the newspaper print size of the found plate. Tom R. then gave the plate to Lee N., for no apparent reason. LOL”
Found by Tom R.: “Some unidentified finds from this past wet spring. Too wet and the Buffalo gnats were worst than the chiggers. LOL. Used an AT Max using different sizes coils.”This is a picture of a pulled US .58 Caliber Minie I found in the rain at our hunt on the St. Bernadette Catholic School property, along with the source used for identification. I was using my AT Max and the bullet was around tree roots at only about 2 inches in depth, plus one inch of rain…lol.