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Back to the big park back to back SLQ’s with dates!

Mark kus

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It’s been in the mid 40’s so the park was thawed pretty good and I setup my Nox in field 2 recovery 7.
I have no problem in 7 hitting deep targets this spot is probably 50x50 right next to the bathrooms..My first signal turned out to be a war nickel good start then I worked a area near a pine tree and had a faint deep high tone which I dug up a rusty nail that could not have been it scanned the hole again a nice 30 moved the dirt a very dark clad quarter hey wait that’s a SLQ! Lol I pulled another right by the first then a 1924 mercury,
By this time I called my friend over and setup his detector as mine was and within 10 minutes he pulls his first walker half! A 1928 I found a few wheats and some clad a old buckle also the SLQ’s
has to be a first finding two back to back with dates 1922 and 1929.
A good 2.5 hour hunt park closes at 5
Field 2
Recovery 7 try it go slow in the trash
GB 0
Sensitivity 20
HH
 

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JimmyCT

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Wow! You are on fire 🔥 Mark!! Beautiful silvers !
 

Mark kus

Well-known member
Thanks everybody I went back for a few more yesterday..
 

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It’s been in the mid 40’s so the park was thawed pretty good and I setup my Nox in field 2 recovery 7.
I have no problem in 7 hitting deep targets this spot is probably 50x50 right next to the bathrooms..My first signal turned out to be a war nickel good start then I worked a area near a pine tree and had a faint deep high tone which I dug up a rusty nail that could not have been it scanned the hole again a nice 30 moved the dirt a very dark clad quarter hey wait that’s a SLQ! Lol I pulled another right by the first then a 1924 mercury,
By this time I called my friend over and setup his detector as mine was and within 10 minutes he pulls his first walker half! A 1928 I found a few wheats and some clad a old buckle also the SLQ’s
has to be a first finding two back to back with dates 1922 and 1929.
A good 2.5 hour hunt park closes at 5
Field 2
Recovery 7 try it go slow in the trash
GB 0
Sensitivity 20
HH
Mark kus outstanding hunting and congrats on a great silver haul. If that is in fact a 1922 SLQ you have a very rare bird in deed, perhaps a one of a kind due the fact the only silver coin minted in 1922 was the Peace dollar. You may have hit it out of the park with this one. Good luck and keep us posted. Mark
 

Mark kus

Well-known member
Mark kus outstanding hunting and congrats on a great silver haul. If that is in fact a 1922 SLQ you have a very rare bird in deed, perhaps a one of a kind due the fact the only silver coin minted in 1922 was the Peace dollar. You may have hit it out of the park with this one. Good luck and keep us posted. Mark
I have not looked that one up that’s great to hear thanks!!!
 

Mark kus

Well-known member
I just looked that up your correct it looks like 1922 to me what do you guys think I’ll take some more pics of it thanks
 

Mark kus

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Here’s the coin I will take some better photos but it looks like maybe 1929
 

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Mark kus

Well-known member
It does, it looks like a 22 to me. I thought that even before I read your post, when I saw the title I looked at the pics first and though no way. But for your sake I hope WAY. Mark
I know I thought for sure when I found it that’s what it was these two were found about a foot apart.
 

Ronstar

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I would love to have a spot like that, good job!
 
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