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Matthew G.: Tootsie Toy Chicago 24 mixer, found with AT Pro 3 inches deep. I’m going try to find the mixer part when I go back to this location.
Lee N: I went out with friends and found the following relics 6-8 Inches deep, using my Garrett 400.
Monroe B.: I found a silver ring with diamonds in it with the ace 400 about 6inches depth
Eric H.: My last few outings: 1916 Mercury dime, a large 1950’s Packard Tootsie Toy car, some silver plated utensils and a Native American artifact.
Tom R.: “dug this whistle, with his AT Pro, 5 inches deep. It is either from St. Louis University, or St. Louis University High School.”
Russell B.: “dug this gold necklace, 6 inches deep, using his Garrett 400.”
Lee N.: “I dug these relics, at a old rail road hotel, in Bland, Missouri. I sure would like to see what this hotel looked like, in it’s hey day. The relic under the police car, is a handle to a coffee grinder. It was a rather bland day.”
Julie W.: Bale Seal, 6-7 inches, Garrett 400
Lee N: “I went out with some club members and dug these relics, at two different homesites, one 1930 and the other 1940. My daughter liked the sterling ring and it fit her, so she is wearing it now. Some of the relics are in the process of being identified.”
Rick C.:” Was out with a few club members yesterday and found 6 hot wheels cars, 4 wheat pennies 1940,42,44, and 52, a wine corkscrew, an old Ford key, and had $1.35 clad. Nice day with good friends.”
Lee N: “I went out today, the weather was nice. I dug these relics and coins, 2-5 inches deep, with my Garrett 400.”
Found by Dan H.: “1812 Corps of Artillery Button, 10 inches, Nox 800”
Found by Scott P.: “1873 Indian Head, 4 inches, Nox 800”
Found by Jim G.: “Silver Ring, Surface Depth, Equinox 800”