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Found by Tom R.: “Dug this bowling token, 2-3 inches deep, using an AT Pro. The token is for high individual series, for 1962-63.”
Found by Lee N.: “Dug these relics 3-6 inches deep, using a Garrett 400. The pocket knife was toasted and as I was examining my trash, I found a square piece of metal, with lettering HOMESTEAD Co, USA. Turns out there was a Homestead Company, in 19th Century, that made stoves and farm equipment. I always check my trash before discarding.”
Found by Susannah K. at Pumpkin Patch hunt: “Lots and lots of clad, a key, and some rolled lead. Still a fun hunt.”
Found by Ron P. at Pumpkin Patch hunt: “This is a photo of my finds from today’s club hunt. $1.97 in clad, part of a 2001 Zippo lighter, a copper fitting that looked like a ring until it was cleaned and a few other unidentified pieces. I use a Garrett AT Pro and found these items between 3 inches and the surface.”
Found by Rick C. at Pumpkin Patch hunt: “1 Mattel car, a watch not working, a charm that says Saved by Grace, then had 2 quarters, 10 dimes, and 17 pennies. “
Found by Monroe B.: “I found it at an old farm house and I used the Garrett Ace 400 and it was also 8 to 7 inches deep.” [Looks to be a mid-1800s buckle–ed.]