Metal Detecting Finds from Mark J.

These are the machines I use the most

  • Minelab : Explore, Equinox 800, Excalibur

  • Shadow: X 5

  • Whites: Classic 3+

Display: Monthly Meeting July 2021

Mark J. metal detecting finds, July 2021
Mark J. metal detecting finds, July 2021
 

April 2021

Buttons and colonial cufflinks from last month’s trip to New Hampshire.

Mark J. metal detecting finds, April 2021
 

January 2021

2 weekends ago I visited a friend and we ended up hunting at one of his treasure hunting friends new property an old milk farm. There were many nice finds, like old military buttons, tokens including a rare token, coins from 1854 to clad coins.

At this spot I found; a 1916 dog license, old military "C" button, wheats including a 1911s & Indians cents, "V" & buffalo nickels, and my first 185(7?) 3¢ silver coin "Trime",  Very rare on this side of the country. Another nice find was a Railroad switch key OR & N CO (Oregon and Navigation Company); this company existed from 1896 to 1910.

 

On Friday I found another old bottle on the beach.

Mark J. metal detecting finds, January 2021
Mark J. metal detecting finds, January 2021
Mark J. metal detecting finds, January 2021
Mark J. metal detecting finds, January 2021
Mark J. metal detecting finds, January 2021
Mark J. metal detecting finds, January 2021
Mark J. metal detecting finds, January 2021
Mark J. metal detecting finds, January 2021
Mark J. metal detecting finds, January 2021
Mark J. metal detecting finds, January 2021
Mark J. metal detecting finds, January 2021