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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 06-22-2015, 11:47 AM Thread Starter
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Double silver !

Me and my friend were originally going to detect some other place yesterday. But when we parked and saw the owner of a house we've been trying to hunt for the last month we went and asked her. She gave us a green light and we got to it. My buddy said his oldest coin was a 1942 so he wanted to beat it today. We started in the front and started pulling wheats right away. I was done with my section and went over to see what he was digging. In my way to him I pulled a 1940 wheat and I told him I felt bad I pulled it right near him. I said u finish the front I'm going to the back. About 10 mins later he comes around the back and said I beat my mark....but not with a penny. I said sweet you found a silver dime. He said no man I found a 1941 quarter!! That's a pretty amazing first silver coin. The back yard was a big disappointment...until I got around a big maple near a swing set. I started getting coin signal all over. After a few I got a good 82 signal on my atp and pulled out a 1940-s mercury. Next target again a solid 82 and out comes a 1954 Roosevelt. I never had back to back silvers before. That ended the back yard. Before we left I said let's go across the road where we were gonna go and just detect for 10 mins to see what we find. Well I found 8 wheats just wondering around quick including 4 from the same hole. I can't wait to go back there. If anyone can help me out on the vase thing that would be great. I'm not sure what it was used for.














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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 06-22-2015, 10:18 PM
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Re: Double silver !

Nice finds. I bet theres more there to be found. Grid the yard slowly for deeper coins. I did a couple yards like that. 16 wheats and 2 silvers in couple hours. Week later after a nice steady rain I hit the yard again in different directions. Got nice signals deeper and pulled out another silver dime, silver war nickle and 6 wheaties. Where i found the most coins and old relics was detecting around the house 8 feet span or so. The back door if its a large yard. Detect straight back to the end of the yard. You might find some coins, relics. Back in the day they had out house's. I usually have good luck.

If no one on here can answer your question. LOL I can not. Check out Treasurenet.com Someone on there will have an answer for you. Happy hunting...
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