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Got my Wheaties today.....

Mike from MI "Iron Brigade"

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9 to be exact. A friend and I went out for 2 1/2 hours this morning. I managed 6 wheats, a Sunoco token, and some misc. On my way home I hit another spot and got 3 more wheats and some clad. Oldest wheat is 1918, the Sunoco token is from 1969. The 1984 dog tag is neat too. Had fun as always. Here is a neat read on the tokens. https://www.coinbooks.org/v22/esylum_v22n46a23.html
 

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Missouri -- Ma Betty

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9 to be exact. A friend and I went out for 2 1/2 hours this morning. I managed 6 wheats, a Sunoco token, and some misc. On my way home I hit another spot and got 3 more wheats and some clad. Oldest wheat is 1918, the Sunoco token is from 1969. The 1984 dog tag is neat too. Had fun as always. Here is a neat read on the tokens. https://www.coinbooks.org/v22/esylum_v22n46a23.html
Congrats Mike--Good job in these finds & by all the WHEATIES found your strength in more detecting must be renewed! Happy Hunting & be blessed with more nice goodies found! Ma
 

Ronstar

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Wonder if we could ever get a detectorist on the box?? Anybody, anybody...... votes ???
 

Elmy

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Wonder if we could ever get a detectorist on the box?? Anybody, anybody...... votes ???
It would probably wear down your teeth chewing the wheaties up.....we would all have false teeth.....may look bad for our hobby....
Who eats wheaties anyway ? I go for eggs, bacon. sausage and a pile of pancakes topped with fruit and whipped cream...
Maybe an IHOP commercial would be better.
 
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