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A park and a farm field

Gord (Tecumseh)

Active member
When I received my Legend, I immediately updated to 106 and we all know that only lasted a day. I then uploaded 107 but had to waitalmost a week for good weather so I could take it out. Good thing is that the extra time gave me the chance to read the manual bout 5 or more time and to watch Quarter Hoarder's video the same number of times. Finally got a nice day and headed across the street to swing the coil. In the back of the park, our local club had put on a planted hunt of foreign coins with a number of silver dimes thrown in for good measure. That hunt was over five years ago and ultimately, the silvers were all found. On my hunt I managed to find a very crusty Geo. Vi penny, a couple of bottle caps and pull tabs, an Elizabeth 1959 three pence and a 1984 -10 ore coin from Sweden a mangled tent peg, a toy wheel and a thin chromed piece at over 12 inches deep.
Yesterday afternoon, I headed to a nearby farm field that had a home on it until the late 70's or 80's. Found a wheatie and a George pennie, a bell, a crotal bell, a shield of some sort, a small buckle, a brass piece, an oil lamp wick adjuster piece, a harmonica reed, a clay marble and what I think is a sash buckle.
The park finds are on the left in the pic and the right side are the farm field finds.
 

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Odanscoils

Well-known member
When I received my Legend, I immediately updated to 106 and we all know that only lasted a day. I then uploaded 107 but had to waitalmost a week for good weather so I could take it out. Good thing is that the extra time gave me the chance to read the manual bout 5 or more time and to watch Quarter Hoarder's video the same number of times. Finally got a nice day and headed across the street to swing the coil. In the back of the park, our local club had put on a planted hunt of foreign coins with a number of silver dimes thrown in for good measure. That hunt was over five years ago and ultimately, the silvers were all found. On my hunt I managed to find a very crusty Geo. Vi penny, a couple of bottle caps and pull tabs, an Elizabeth 1959 three pence and a 1984 -10 ore coin from Sweden a mangled tent peg, a toy wheel and a thin chromed piece at over 12 inches deep.
Yesterday afternoon, I headed to a nearby farm field that had a home on it until the late 70's or 80's. Found a wheatie and a George pennie, a bell, a crotal bell, a shield of some sort, a small buckle, a brass piece, an oil lamp wick adjuster piece, a harmonica reed, a clay marble and what I think is a sash buckle.
The park finds are on the left in the pic and the right side are the farm field finds.
Nice diggins
I feel great finds are just around the corner.
Congratulations
 

Ronstar

Well-known member
Yes!! The wheel and cogs is the wick adjuster! I dug one a couple years ago….
 
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