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My heart still stops....

jkline

Well-known member
when I find big silver in the wild. Went on an atv ride with Ronstar yesterday-- he and the rest of the group pressed on while I came back early. Felt the itch so went out to a spot where RS found a Merc a couple weeks ago. I decided to hit to see if he missed anything (lord knows I do), as it is a high trash area). Started swinging with the ctx around some flower beds with wood chips covering the surface, and immediately hit a 1918 wheatie, at 1". I almost skipped it, as those are always modern pennies. 2' along, I got a solid 12 41 at 1". I thought it would be a smashed can from the signal-- popped the plug and saw the edge to this half dollar. Then found this silver ring on the surface, then 4 more wheaties less than 2" down. I swear, it was like hunting a tot lot.

Ronstar and I went out today to a permission, and I found this swell rosie. Walking on clouds today.

PS-- found this button a couple weeks ago. My kid thinks it is from the 19teens-- haven't had time to clean up the writing on the back, but if anybody recognizes it, please let me know.
 

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Ronstar

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Yeah, told us all he had to bail out early cuz he had to do things at home........ goes and finds his 2nd 1936 WLH...... then a silver ring which he said was literally laying on top of the chips..... my Merc was a 36 so maybe mother and child have been saved. 🙄😉. Anyways, I might of kicked his butt today with clad coins but his Rosie still wins the day!!
 

JimmyCT

Well-known member
Awesome finds!! Still looking for my 1st Walker
 

Mark kus

Well-known member
Nice finds I found a walker few months ago but it was about 11" deep Id never expect to see one that shallow.
Mark
 

Ronstar

Well-known member
Correct! But it wasn’t on university grounds. The Barber dime was only 2” deep on the public school playfield but weird as it is most zincolns go deep.
 
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