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Last two hunts a a few Indians and silver !

Mkus

Well-known member
I spent yesterday detecting with my friend Scoutly here on the forums first at a old school where I found a 1891 Indian good find as Indians are rare here lol then I found some older wheat cents clad dimes a few quarters then as we were hunting the edge of the sidewalks I had a 30-31 turned out a 1960 Washington!
Finished off with another wheat signal whichTurned out a spill with a 1936 mercury dime!
We left there and hit up another good old park and I found another mercury 1944 and a 1964 Rosie long day the lock and 1940 mercury were on Wednesday and the crusty Indian not sure on a date on that one and the mystic seaport token.
Same settings as usual lol
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HH
Stay safe
Mark
 

still looking 52

Well-known member
You and Scouty make a good team Mark, another excellent hunt with some nice silver mixed in.
My brother and myself have a lot of fun hunting together, a lot of good memories Everytime we turn our detectors on and start swinging.
 

Mkus

Well-known member
Thanks That’s great that reminds me of when I hunted with my brother I lost my younger brother in 2017 we had such a good time detecting together I miss him.
Mark
 
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