This new ground, private property, looks like its almost never been touched, could've been the same before Columbus! It is known however, that it has been well traveled!
That said, I know something else about "virgin" ground. Even well traveled ones. That is that there's no guarantee that...
This hobby just never ceases to amaze me. The odd finds! LOL!
Complete with patent no.
Had a pretty good giggle over this one! :laughing7:
Short walk, slim pickings but I had a wonderful time!
The earring was so thick it might as well had been a normal finger ring. Marked .925.
Oh my yes. I noticed that as soon as it came out. I said how about that, right from the bank and into the ground! Amazing how some coins seem to stay almost pristine for a hundred years while others seem to go away in a short time!
Here's a couple better pics.
My first real detector was a Garrett Groundhog. That was in the 70's. I still have it and....it still works!! :)
My deepest coin was a wheat cent at 13 inches! That was with the Pro. I know the Max will beat that if I learn it well. I believe most of my problem is an...