- Dec 24, 2013
- Detector(s) used
- Garrett AT Pro, Garrett Propointer
- Primary Interest:
- All Treasure Hunting
They all came out of an outfield at a local park. Not the same hole but scattered throughout. The dates on the wheaties are hard to read, but the dates on the merc's are 1920,1936,1940,and 1942. The rosies are 1946, 1952,1952, and 1961, and the Washington is 1953. Anyone know the best way to clean up wheaties? I have heard olive oil, but I'm not sure.Did all those beauty's come out of the same hole/pocket spill? Or were they all over the park? What were all the dates on all the silver and wheats? That's a exciting day there,congrats!
Use mineral oil for the wheaties health, as olive oil is acidic. Big congrats on all the silver, sounds like a virgin ballfield with all those coins left, when you go back you will find more!Anyone know the best way to clean up wheaties? I have heard olive oil, but I'm not sure.