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A couple of new finds with the CTX-3030


An 1837 bust half 1857 flying eagle penny. I was using Doc's ferrous combo program and they were found 6" and 5" respectively. They both sound very good but the penny showed up on the screen as 12-28


Is 12-28 the normal place for the flying eagle penny to show up?


Constitutional Patriot
Staff member
Congrats on two nice finds. As to TID....... it can depend on the condition of the penny, the depth, the angle it was buried, adjacent targets, separation mode used, etc. In the chart I made, my 1858/7 Flying Eagle came in around the 12/22 range, laying flat. HH Randy
Wow very nice finds.May i ask what camera you use pics are nice.Charlie


New member
Excellent finds - wow. I found a fatty Indian earlier this year that came in with CO numbers in the mid 20's - normally don't dig these (pulltabs) but did because of the depth and age of the park - happy I did.


New member
your my darn hero !!! WTG


New member
Thats some nice finds !

HH DocBrown


SONY Handycam about 5 years old. It takes HD Vid and up to 12 meg pixal stills. Those pics were taken up very very close.