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More park silver.


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Here are my finds from my last 2 hunts from public parks from nearby towns. On the first set of pictures, I was able to find four silver dimes, but, somehow I managed to lose a silver Rosie :( . Next set of pictures is from another park where I've done very well. The dates on the v nickels are 1899 and 1900. The item with the hole in it is an amusement token. All items are found with the Equinox 800. I also managed to break the end of my shovel off. Luckily I have a pretty handy neighbor with a welder and he was able to put Humpty Dumpty back together again :)


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Great finds!! The equinox is working extremely well for you!!


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I had a single wheat one day and when I got home it was nowhere to be found. I started then to carry a small leather coin purse for my coins and rings and put that inside a slightly larger cordura pouch. I would put other interesting finds in the larger pouch and zipper both shut. End of problem.
Nice coin finds!!!! Humpty looks all dapper now too!