Coins to be Found
Please email email@example.com if you find one of these and claim your prize at the next monthly meeting.
Quarters from previous years
(These are in the America’s National Park quarters series (2010-2021) American Samoa P / Virgin Island P / Mount Hood P / Grand Canyon P / Acadia P / Hawaii Volcanoes P / International Peace Memorial P /
White Mountain P / Great Smokey Mountains Nat. Park P /
New York Fort Sumter National Monument Site P /
Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore P / Voyageurs National Park P / Cumberland Island National Seashore P
New 2019 Quarters
Be the first club member to find, with your metal detector, one of the newly minted quarters with the mint mark “W” (for West Point mint), and claim a special prize of a silver half dollar. Keep an eye on your finds pouch!
Lowell National Historical Park in Massachusetts PDW /
American Memorial Park in Northern Mariana Islands PW /
War in the Pacific National Historical Park in Guam PW /
San Antonio Missions National Historical Park in Texas PDW /
Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness in Idaho PDW
2011 P / 2012 P / 2013 P & D / 2014 P & D / 2015 P & D / 2016 P & D / 2017 P & D / 2018 P & D / 2019 PD
No new issues of Presidential Dollars until a former president of the U.S. dies.
Grant P / Hayes P / Garfield P / Arthur PD / Cleveland PD / Wilson PD / Taft PD / Theodore Roosevelt PD / McKinley PD / Harding PD /
Coolidge PD / Hoover P / Franklin D. Roosevelt PD / Truman PD / Eisenhower D / Kennedy PD / Lyndon B. Johnson PD / Nixon PD /
Ford PD / Reagan PD
PILCHUCK TREASURE HUNTING CLUB
2021 Fall Hunt
The Frank Lupien Memorial Hunt
September 25, 2021
Thornton A. Sullivan Beach Park
PTHC members and families
$500 in clad, silver, and tokens to find
Hunt runs from 10:00 - 10:45
No sand scoops allowed this time
See September Dirty Digger for more details
Story... as told by Ray
There were 17 hunters total. Income was $160 from admission fees. $500 in treasure planted, plus whatever members donated - works out to about $30/ person in loot. Personally, I figure that I pretty much hit the average myself.
It was a beautiful fall day to hunt for silver at appropriately enough, Silver Beach. The hunt lasted 45 minutes. Lunch was provided by the club: fried chicken, potato salad, macaroni salad, coffee, bottled water, and snacks. All hunters had a great time; non left hungry.
Ray took a bunch of quality photos, too.