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Buffalo'd

Coin Rescue Inc

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I was planning all week to get out after work all week but we went from snow on Monday to rainand cold weather. Today it cleared and outdoor temperatures got up into the 60's. So I got out at 6 with the D2 at a 10 acre plot that used to have an old house and garage. I had success here before with Merc's and Wheats. Last fall they prepped the lot for a subdivision and moved alot of the dirt around. Soon the fun here will end. The soil is full of iron and junk.
I used a customized p5 program on the D2 for US coins. My D2 is in the 2nd ver .6
I dug a lot of strong 90 to 95 signals catching mostly iron bolts and junk. One 91 was a crushed aluminum can. The ID that payed off was a solid softer 60. No number creep. Just 60. From my last hunting experiance I thought maybe nickel. I was not dissapointed.
This is what I found.👍
 

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JimmyCT

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Nice find!
 

Blind Squirrel

Well-known member
I was planning all week to get out after work all week but we went from snow on Monday to rainand cold weather. Today it cleared and outdoor temperatures got up into the 60's. So I got out at 6 with the D2 at a 10 acre plot that used to have an old house and garage. I had success here before with Merc's and Wheats. Last fall they prepped the lot for a subdivision and moved alot of the dirt around. Soon the fun here will end. The soil is full of iron and junk.
I used a customized p5 program on the D2 for US coins. My D2 is in the 2nd ver .6
I dug a lot of strong 90 to 95 signals catching mostly iron bolts and junk. One 91 was a crushed aluminum can. The ID that payed off was a solid softer 60. No number creep. Just 60. From my last hunting experiance I thought maybe nickel. I was not dissapointed.
This is what I found.👍
Howdy Coin Rescue Inc:
It's always a treat to dig a Buffalo Nickle with a good clear date! I hope that you have the opportunity to hunt that site again before the construction begins. Cleared sites like that can be very productive. Best of luck and...
Happy Hunting!
Blind Squirrel
 

Coin Rescue Inc

Well-known member
Thanks, I am thankful for this find. One of my favorite coin designs. Soaking in detergent and water. Shadow photo from this morning.
 

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Ronstar

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My last three Buffs were dateless so getting one with a date is a good recovery. Funny tho, all five V nickels show dates (understood Buffs had high numbers, still….). Betting more there so dont give up, or if you quit send GPS coordinates!
 

sddavid

Active member
I was planning all week to get out after work all week but we went from snow on Monday to rainand cold weather. Today it cleared and outdoor temperatures got up into the 60's. So I got out at 6 with the D2 at a 10 acre plot that used to have an old house and garage. I had success here before with Merc's and Wheats. Last fall they prepped the lot for a subdivision and moved alot of the dirt around. Soon the fun here will end. The soil is full of iron and junk.
I used a customized p5 program on the D2 for US coins. My D2 is in the 2nd ver .6
I dug a lot of strong 90 to 95 signals catching mostly iron bolts and junk. One 91 was a crushed aluminum can. The ID that payed off was a solid softer 60. No number creep. Just 60. From my last hunting experiance I thought maybe nickel. I was not dissapointed.
This is what I found.👍
Nice find and the date looks good.
 

kaolinwasher

Well-known member
got to dig those cans , it could be a silver dollar
 
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