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Took my Anfibio to an old school today

Had a little free time today, so I headed to an old schoolhouse. It was quite trashy, plus the school had been resided with metal siding and there were little pieces of siding scattered throughout the yard as well. Nonetheless, I was still able to make some decent finds. The oldest coin was a 1935-D Wheat Cent. However, I'm wondering if the two mini balls and other pieces of bullets may be much older than that??? Does anybody know? The pocket knife had a label on it stamped with PETER'S SHOES. Once again, I was using my Anfibio in 5 tone, 14 khz.



Yea, I would think those mini balls would have a little more age than the other finds... could be other variables at play too. Maybe with more time there other older finds will surface and give more info about the site.