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While Ronstar is busy showing off... lol

jkline

Well-known member
Our schedules were at odds today-- I hunted in the morning for coin, then late forenoon for birds, then late afternoon we met up-- I found this little gem with the ctx.

It was an iffy signal day, and I found this baby 8" deep in a spot I've been over many times-- just 4" away from a seated dime and an 1894 Canadian quarter I recovered two years ago.

This pin was so small and so deep, that the ctx wasn't even giving a number. But an off/on again high tone most of the way around the target had me dig.

A Nazarene Young People's Society silver pin. Given the depth, I'd say it was lost in the teens/twenties.

Yesterday, a nice war nickel. Nevertheless, Ronstar wins the 'rat bastard' of the week award!
 

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Ronstar

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Awwww, he likes me. He really really likes me!!!
Nice thing about campus hunting is the amount of different items you can find, from fraternal to clubs/societies, to religious to infinity and beyond. We’ve both been finding old rifle cases out there too and yesterday I dug a 45ACP looking shell fairly deep, could it be an early 45 casing from the 1911 era???
Good job Jeff!!
 
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