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Silver spill

still looking 52

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Never thought this could happen but I got lucky and hit my first silver pocket spill a couple days ago, there were two silver dimes along with two wheat pennies and man were they all in bad condition. They were about 4" down and my ID# were bouncing around from71 to 75 and honestly I thought it was going to be junk before I dug but to my surprise there was all those old coins in the hole, made my day.

Texas Ed

Unbelievable & a fantastic find "CONGRATS" - thanks for sharing your pictures and story. This would just make my day - anyway wish you many more great finds while out dirt fishing.

Texas ED


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The first of many more.....


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Good, bad or ugly silver is silver and you dug a jumpy signal and were rewarded so...great!


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Congrats on the silver spill. Now it's time to go for the three coin silver spill. Or maybe a small cache ? Wouldn't that be awesome ?

jim tn

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Good shot on the 2 silvers and wheats. A lot of guys walk over those jumpy, bigger then norm size targets and miss the spills. As mentioned, silver is silver. HH jim tn


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I was with little brother SL52 the day he found these coins, he came and got me so I could help him clean out all that silver in that hot spot. We went back to his hole which was still open and he had the 2 silvers and one wheat penny at that point. He rechecked the hole with the detector before closing it up and said there is still something in the hole. He put his Pinpointer back in the hole and it went off so he moved a little more dirt and out came a really nasty corroded piece of metal about half the size of a golf ball and the second wheat penny was fused to this piece of metal.

He done good dealing with all that was in that hole. He talked his wife into cleaning up those 2 silvers and he said they look a lot better, and he is thinking about keeping her around.:rofl:

Brother Ron in WV


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Quote.......... " and he is thinking about keeping her around ".:rofl:

.............:rofl: Just teasing. I'm sure he would have kept her even if she didn't clean the Silver!! ... :rofl: