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« on: December 21, 2011, 06:21:59 am »
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Top row copper tubing and 2 copper rings or washers, 1 mangled spoon. Next row two pretty good finds, what I think is a Model "T" or "A" Ford wheel bearing cover, it has a small star under the "S" in USA, then a Studebaker radiator emblem not sure of date thinking maybe thirties or forties, next not sure car part. Next row bullet, 4 modern quarters, 6 modern dimes, 1 nickel, next good finds, 1941 S Mercury dime, a steel wheat cent, and lastly 7 cents. I had already worked the site with my ace 250 and decided to go back with the at pro a lot slower. Any help doing a positive ID on either the Ford or Studebaker would be appreciated. I have found others on line like the Ford one but this one is not as deep. Same with the Studebaker emblem. I have found others in red but only a couple with the blue. And they did not mention a date.



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« Reply #1 on: December 21, 2011, 01:27:26 pm »
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Nicely done ghola..quite a variety of keepers there. Seems
to me that you have ID'd most of the items better than I
could....When you get a machine that goes deeper than the
one you were using, it is almost like finding a new site to detect.
Best of hunting to you.........       Gold Nuggets  Smiley

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If Gold is where you find it, then I need to start looking somewhere else.

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« Reply #2 on: December 21, 2011, 05:11:45 pm »
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Nicely done Ghola. Thanks for shareing.

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