Walking Liberty

Hunk-a-lead

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Yesterday's 1931 permission netted this little (big) beauty. A 1945 Walking Liberty Half, complete with shovel ding. She read 95 three ways on the Legend so I was really hoping the plug would have something shiny! Having never dug one before, this is my third Walking Liberty this year. (Silver count 64 ytd) Boy do I love this hobby.

Welcomed back some other cool items too. A sterling silver religious necklace, a 1935 dog tag, 10 wheaties, a MO tax token, a key and 14 cents clad. This was one of those rare yards where I scored more wheats than memorials. :)

Bonus footage, my 9 year old grandson Cooper and his recent catch in our pond. Handsome lad, handsome fish. That turns out to be my second favorite hobby (just a different kind of hunting).

Thanks for peeking at my goodies and HH. Big luv from KC and Go Chiefs!
 

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Digger RJ

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Yesterday's 1931 permission netted this little (big) beauty. A 1945 Walking Liberty Half, complete with shovel ding. She read 95 three ways on the Legend so I was really hoping the plug would have something shiny! Having never dug one before, this is my third Walking Liberty this year. (Silver count 64 ytd) Boy do I love this hobby.

Welcomed back some other cool items too. A sterling silver religious necklace, a 1935 dog tag, 10 wheaties, a MO tax token, a key and 14 cents clad. This was one of those rare yards where I scored more wheats than memorials. :)

Bonus footage, my 9 year old grandson Cooper and his recent catch in our pond. Handsome lad, handsome fish. That turns out to be my second favorite hobby (just a different kind of hunting).

Thanks for peeking at my goodies and HH. Big luv from KC and Go Chiefs!
Awesome Hunt!!! Congrats!!!
 
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Hunk-a-lead

Hunk-a-lead

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Dec 20, 2020
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How long was you hunting for Hunk-O-lead ?
two and a half hours, after work. relatively small yard in older upscale neighborhood. temp in the high 80s but the humidity and mosquitos off the charts.
 

Gare

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Canton Ohio Area
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Presently using Deus's have Minelabs, Nokta's Tesoro's Have them all . Have WAY to many need to get rid of some
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two and a half hours, after work. relatively small yard in older upscale neighborhood. temp in the high 80s but the humidity and mosquitos off the charts.
Thank you very much for your reply :)
 

Florida Finder

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Yesterday's 1931 permission netted this little (big) beauty. A 1945 Walking Liberty Half, complete with shovel ding. She read 95 three ways on the Legend so I was really hoping the plug would have something shiny! Having never dug one before, this is my third Walking Liberty this year. (Silver count 64 ytd) Boy do I love this hobby.

Welcomed back some other cool items too. A sterling silver religious necklace, a 1935 dog tag, 10 wheaties, a MO tax token, a key and 14 cents clad. This was one of those rare yards where I scored more wheats than memorials. :)

Bonus footage, my 9 year old grandson Cooper and his recent catch in our pond. Handsome lad, handsome fish. That turns out to be my second favorite hobby (just a different kind of hunting).

Thanks for peeking at my goodies and HH. Big luv from KC and Go Chiefs!
Man that yard was loaded! Congratulations on a great day of hunting and a big bonus on the grandsons large mouth!
 

Sandog

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Treasure coast
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Yesterday's 1931 permission netted this little (big) beauty. A 1945 Walking Liberty Half, complete with shovel ding. She read 95 three ways on the Legend so I was really hoping the plug would have something shiny! Having never dug one before, this is my third Walking Liberty this year. (Silver count 64 ytd) Boy do I love this hobby.

Welcomed back some other cool items too. A sterling silver religious necklace, a 1935 dog tag, 10 wheaties, a MO tax token, a key and 14 cents clad. This was one of those rare yards where I scored more wheats than memorials. :)

Bonus footage, my 9 year old grandson Cooper and his recent catch in our pond. Handsome lad, handsome fish. That turns out to be my second favorite hobby (just a different kind of hunting).

Thanks for peeking at my goodies and HH. Big luv from KC and Go Chiefs!
Well those are all really great things in those photos. Let me guess which one you are most proud of .Hm...............
 
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Hunk-a-lead

Hunk-a-lead

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Dec 20, 2020
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Kansas City
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Nokta Legend, Garrett Carrot, Predator Phoenix Shovel, White's hand digger
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Yesterday's 1931 permission netted this little (big) beauty. A 1945 Walking Liberty Half, complete with shovel ding. She read 95 three ways on the Legend so I was really hoping the plug would have something shiny! Having never dug one before, this is my third Walking Liberty this year. (Silver count 64 ytd) Boy do I love this hobby.

Welcomed back some other cool items too. A sterling silver religious necklace, a 1935 dog tag, 10 wheaties, a MO tax token, a key and 14 cents clad. This was one of those rare yards where I scored more wheats than memorials. :)

Bonus footage, my 9 year old grandson Cooper and his recent catch in our pond. Handsome lad, handsome fish. That turns out to be my second favorite hobby (just a different kind of hunting).

Thanks for peeking at my goodies and HH. Big luv from KC and Go Chiefs!
misquoted my VDI, should have read "55" on the Legend. :(
 

JohnnyMac

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Mar 30, 2012
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South Jersey
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Whites Eagle Spectrum,Whites Coinmaster 6000 DI Pro
Primary Interest:
Metal Detecting
Yesterday's 1931 permission netted this little (big) beauty. A 1945 Walking Liberty Half, complete with shovel ding. She read 95 three ways on the Legend so I was really hoping the plug would have something shiny! Having never dug one before, this is my third Walking Liberty this year. (Silver count 64 ytd) Boy do I love this hobby.

Welcomed back some other cool items too. A sterling silver religious necklace, a 1935 dog tag, 10 wheaties, a MO tax token, a key and 14 cents clad. This was one of those rare yards where I scored more wheats than memorials. :)

Bonus footage, my 9 year old grandson Cooper and his recent catch in our pond. Handsome lad, handsome fish. That turns out to be my second favorite hobby (just a different kind of hunting).

Thanks for peeking at my goodies and HH. Big luv from KC and Go Chiefs!
Great coins even better bass!!!. I wanna fish that pond!
 

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