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    us
    I'm practically an expert at locating pieces of aluminum with a metal detector... cans, siding, ptabs, you name it.

    Dec 2017
    Connecticut Western Reserve
    Garret ACE 300
    560
    812 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    First year of detecting... 2019 Roundup

    Howdy, I started metal detecting in May (unfortunately I was gone almost all of June and didn't detect then) and I decided to post my finds. I wanted to show what I found, but I think the real reason is so that I remember. It's definitely not as much as some people, my main excuse is that I am new, but also for the most part I hunted with a bounty hunter quicksilver which is not the greatest, I upgraded to an ACE 300 as a birthday present from my family... it's an unbelievably great change. There was also a lot of time spent at one site very close to my house... sometimes just too lazy to go anywhere else or there aren't enough hours left in the day to make it worth it to go to a different place. That said, here it is. Attachment 1787354
    From left to right; Box of wheaties, 1882 Greek copper, 1831 KWIV penny from britain, 2 1864-L IHP's, 3 other IHP's, an Iron buckle, 1968-9 Sonoco Landmarks "Lincoln's log cabin" token, 1934 Union Railway "New Aluminum" token, 1968-9 Sonoco Landmarks "The Alamo" token, 1946 merc, 1942 walking liberty, 1941 merc, 1956 Ashtabula county dog tag, 1927 ashtablua county dog tag, 1950 Lake county dog tag, copper/brass bracelet w/ brooch inside, 5 pretty old bullets, a longhorn belt buckle, 2 buffs (1 with readable date; 1915), some other wheat pennies, an old (likely) handmade piece of a medal or pin, Idk what the next thing is, my buttons (the only good one is a flatbutton from the 1830s), my pile of clad (totalling $6.65 1/2), 6 silver rosies and a silver washington, 1800s crotal bell, old skeleton key, some pump organ reeds, an un-IDed token, a 50 cal. round, an insulator, marble, and a little bottle.
    Attachment 1787355
    Here's my best not MD-ing finds, from CRH-ing I found a whole roll of 1967 halves, the merc I just saw in someones cash register at checkout and asked for the one with the funny face, and the rest is money I found on the ground and in vending machines. If you made it this far I'd just like to say thanks for checking out my finds and good luck in 2020.

    In 2020 a few of my goals are a seated liberty, large cent, and possibly a finnish coin... there were a lot of finnish immigrants in some parts of NE Ohio. So wish me luck...
    Last edited by Noah_D; Jan 06, 2020 at 02:57 PM.
    p.s. If yer from NE Ohio you should join this group... http://www.treasurenet.com/forums/gr...detectors.html

    2020 Totals
    Metal Detecting
    • Coppers: 1837 Hard Times token, 3 Matron Head LC's, (half of a) Victoria Penny, 1868, 1908 IHP
    • Silvers: 1942 Washington
    • Flat buttons: 16
    • Military buttons: 1
    • Indian artifacts, points, etc: 2

  2. #2
    us
    I'm practically an expert at locating pieces of aluminum with a metal detector... cans, siding, ptabs, you name it.

    Dec 2017
    Connecticut Western Reserve
    Garret ACE 300
    560
    812 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
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    p.s. If yer from NE Ohio you should join this group... http://www.treasurenet.com/forums/gr...detectors.html

    2020 Totals
    Metal Detecting
    • Coppers: 1837 Hard Times token, 3 Matron Head LC's, (half of a) Victoria Penny, 1868, 1908 IHP
    • Silvers: 1942 Washington
    • Flat buttons: 16
    • Military buttons: 1
    • Indian artifacts, points, etc: 2

  3. #3
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    us
    Aug 2017
    Northern Virginia
    AT MAX/AT PRO/GPX-4500,Garrett Pro Pointer,NEL Attack Coil, Lesche diggers, and the custom made in the USA Freeloader Pack Mule Pouch!
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    Honorable Mentions (1)
    Congrats on the awesome first year
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    Sep 2005
    Puget Sound
    Equinox 800, Whites DFX
    6,317
    12466 times
    You had a nice year. Nothing wrong with that! Thanks for sharing and good luck with your 2020 goals.
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  5. #5
    us
    Randy

    Aug 2017
    SW Missouri/Oklahoma
    Minelab CTX 3030; Minelab Equinox 800
    7,484
    15211 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Honorable Mentions (1)
    Sounds Very Nice!!! Any Pics?
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    The Cygnus 1X, soon to find All thatís been missed, & left behind!

    What would life be without challenges, and detecting of course.....

  6. #6
    us
    I'm practically an expert at locating pieces of aluminum with a metal detector... cans, siding, ptabs, you name it.

    Dec 2017
    Connecticut Western Reserve
    Garret ACE 300
    560
    812 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Quote Originally Posted by BLK HOLE View Post
    Congrats on the awesome first year
    Thanks!
    p.s. If yer from NE Ohio you should join this group... http://www.treasurenet.com/forums/gr...detectors.html

    2020 Totals
    Metal Detecting
    • Coppers: 1837 Hard Times token, 3 Matron Head LC's, (half of a) Victoria Penny, 1868, 1908 IHP
    • Silvers: 1942 Washington
    • Flat buttons: 16
    • Military buttons: 1
    • Indian artifacts, points, etc: 2

  7. #7
    us
    I'm practically an expert at locating pieces of aluminum with a metal detector... cans, siding, ptabs, you name it.

    Dec 2017
    Connecticut Western Reserve
    Garret ACE 300
    560
    812 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Quote Originally Posted by washingtonian View Post
    You had a nice year. Nothing wrong with that! Thanks for sharing and good luck with your 2020 goals.
    Thanks Washingtonian! I think I might be able to get a jump on those 2020 goals this weekend... I think I've got a nice 1810-20ish site just about lined up.
    p.s. If yer from NE Ohio you should join this group... http://www.treasurenet.com/forums/gr...detectors.html

    2020 Totals
    Metal Detecting
    • Coppers: 1837 Hard Times token, 3 Matron Head LC's, (half of a) Victoria Penny, 1868, 1908 IHP
    • Silvers: 1942 Washington
    • Flat buttons: 16
    • Military buttons: 1
    • Indian artifacts, points, etc: 2

  8. #8
    us
    I'm practically an expert at locating pieces of aluminum with a metal detector... cans, siding, ptabs, you name it.

    Dec 2017
    Connecticut Western Reserve
    Garret ACE 300
    560
    812 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Quote Originally Posted by Digger RJ View Post
    Sounds Very Nice!!! Any Pics?

    Thanks Digger RJ, I attached pics in the post but they didn't work so I threw em into a comment underneath.
    p.s. If yer from NE Ohio you should join this group... http://www.treasurenet.com/forums/gr...detectors.html

    2020 Totals
    Metal Detecting
    • Coppers: 1837 Hard Times token, 3 Matron Head LC's, (half of a) Victoria Penny, 1868, 1908 IHP
    • Silvers: 1942 Washington
    • Flat buttons: 16
    • Military buttons: 1
    • Indian artifacts, points, etc: 2

 

 

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