Here is the results of this weekends hunt. The top row is a silver coin spill that contained 5 Mercury dimes, a 1937 Buffalo nickel, a 1901 V nickel and about 10 wheaties not pictured. Normally the Buffs and V nickles around here come out of the ground toasty, but because these were snuggled up together, they were spared a bit from the elements and kept some of their silvery color. The next row with the Quarter and 2 dimes were also found on Saturday but not in the same coin spill as the top row. Before heading out that day I asked my wife what she wanted me to bring her home from the hunt, and she said something with a stone in it. It's a good thing I was able to find that ring with the green stone. It's junky, but I surprised my wife when I got home. The last row with the 2 nickels and dime I found on Sunday's hunt. The Rosie was found a few feet away from a Mercury dime that I had found the year before with my AT Pro. The last find before heading to my car muddy and wet was the Wolf Cubs Boy Scouts of America Sterling ring. All finds were made with the Makro Racer 2. Oh and I no longer rub my silver in the field, but wait till I get home to clean them carefully. Also this is the 3rd 1916 Mercury dime I have found at this site, and none of them are from the Denver mint.Thanks for looking.