Wheat, buff, silver, U.S. collar insignia, more......

cudamark

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San Diego
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XP Deus 2, Equinox 800, Fisher Impulse AQ, E-Trac, 3 Excal 1000's, White's TM808, VibraProbe, 15" NEL Attack, 5X10 Joey, Steath 920ix and 720i, TRX, etc....
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I hit another beach I haven't detected in a while. It's had a bit of history here and rarely disappoints. $8.18 in change, a Vegas hair clip, Minnie Mouse, another fake Spanish cob, a junk earring, a cheapie silver adjustable ring, a toasted wheat that may be a 1918S, a buffalo nickel too toasted to get a date, and a U.S. collar insignia. Anyone know about when it was used? WW1 era? Check out some of those worn coins. One copper cent off to the left is the worst one I've ever dug. Paper thin and full of holes. Same goes for the clad dime up at the top, worst I've ever seen that I can identify as a dime.
 

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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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Nice going CONGRATS !!
 

pepperj

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A few more years and that copper would have been totally gone.
Lots of targets, we'll done.
Looks like Minnie and the Vagas came out in the best shape.
 

Digger RJ

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Aug 24, 2017
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XP Deus 2
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All Treasure Hunting
I hit another beach I haven't detected in a while. It's had a bit of history here and rarely disappoints. $8.18 in change, a Vegas hair clip, Minnie Mouse, another fake Spanish cob, a junk earring, a cheapie silver adjustable ring, a toasted wheat that may be a 1918S, a buffalo nickel too toasted to get a date, and a U.S. collar insignia. Anyone know about when it was used? WW1 era? Check out some of those worn coins. One copper cent off to the left is the worst one I've ever dug. Paper thin and full of holes. Same goes for the clad dime up at the top, worst I've ever seen that I can identify as a dime.
Very Cool!!! Congrats!!!
 

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