IF YOU WISH TO POST A FIND, PLEASE INCLUDE A BRIEF DESCRIPTION, DEPTH FOUND, AND DETECTOR USED.
Found by Mike T.: 1826 large cent, found 7″ deep with Equinox 600.
Found by Garik A.: 1st Barber, 1907, found 9″ deep with Equinox 800.
Found by Philip N.: 1912 V nickel, found 4″ deep with Equinox 800.
Found by Mark B.: Lord’s Prayer charm, found 6″ deep with Minelab Explorer II.
Found by Jason C.: Cub Scout ring, found 8″ deep with Equinox 800.
Found by Julie W.: Musket ball, found 14″ deep with Ace 400.
Found by Russ B.: Civil War soldier, found 12″ deep with Ace 400.
Found by Bill M.: Japanese scale weight, 1603-1868, found 8″ deep with AT Pro.
Found by Ken P.: P-40 model plane, found 5″ deep, with Garrett.
Found by Jim H.: 1887 Rogers Bros silver-plated fork, found 5″ deep with Fisher F75.
Found by Robert P.: Gutter downspout brace, found 1″ deep with Bounty Hunter.
Found by John W.: 1992 Ertel Batmobile, found 3″ deep.
Found by Doug R.: Coin with cross cutout, found in a lake with a White’s MD.
Found by Glenn T.: Die Cast Car, found 4″ deep near old farm.
Found by Pat R.: Watch fob, 5″ deep with AT Max
Found by Scott P.: Civil War Eagle Infantry Button, 6″ deep with Minelab 800.
Found by Tom R.: “Went out for a couple of hours before the rain and found some unidentified items and a small button. AT Max with standard coil.”
Found by Susannah K.: “I found a jewel! (OK, OK, it’s a juul vape. LOL) Went out for a few hours to new site. Beautiful day. It’s never an official hunt until I find a washer. I think I have 9 so far this year. The square object in the middle is the lid from a rouge case. Found 2-4 inches deep with XP Deus.”
Found by Lee N.: “Lee N., Tom R. and Kathy H. went out to detec, at an old site. Lee dug the oil lamp wick control and watch fob, 10 inches deep, using a Garrett 400. I am going to attempt to return the watch fob to owner, or owner’s family.”
Found by Susannah K.: “Hey, the Romans came to South County! All foreign coins not found by students of my metal detecting classes, in my backyard. Includes a Roman minim and 2 tombac buttons. It’s always fun to go out and find these again, then throw them out for the next class!”
Found by Lee N.: “Lee N. and Tom R. went out after a recent rain and the temps were good. Lee dug the following relics, 6-10 inches deep, using a Garrett 400. “
Found by Eric H.: “14K diamond wedding and engagement ring. Found 4’ deep with Garrett A/T Pro. (Jack K., does this count as two rings in one scoop)?! ” [I think you’ve “scooped” us all for this month!–ed.]
Found by Rick C.: “New permission. Found $5.90 clad, a watch , a token, a 1947 Rosie some, a 1941 wheatie, and a 1945 wheatie, all with my Equinox 600 at 2-6 inches.”
Found by Rick C.: “Went out for a little while this morning. Hot! Found $4.55 clad, a 10 Euro cent coin, a presidential Dollar coin, and a Knife. All with my AT Pro at 1- 3 inches. “
Found by Monroe B.: “I found it with an Ace 400 at 6-7 inches from an 1883 house.”
Found by Rick C.: “Found $4.80 clad, a Michael Kors ladies watch, and a 1953D wheat penny all with my AT PRO. The coins were 2-6 inches deep, and the watch was 2 inches deep.”
Found by John W.: “Found this with my Ace 400 about 1 to 2 inches in the back of a small office building soon to be demolished. Then did a second check of business to be demolished with Minelab 800. Found door knob, razor blade scraper, some modern coins and a 1937 Mercury dime about 6 inches deep.”