Just had the most insane day metal detecting ever! JD and I went door knocking together and we ended up with 73 wheat pennies and 26 silver coins in one day. Words can’t describe how awesome it was. We’ve been meeting up and doing a lot of door knocking lately and have come across some […]
Dad got a tip that that an old lady used to throw change out the back door of her home. He went there and detected for an hour or so and ended up with a few silver quarters, silver dime, and abut 200 pennies from what looked like a broken jar painted red. He called […]
These finds were from a day hunt dad and I did and a huge mansion. There was trash everywhere but we managed to sniff out many silvers and I also got a film canister full of quarters. The little charm matches another one I found at the site. Dad found the large silver hand crafted […]
The first place people detect at when they start out is public parks. They’re easy to access and usually have had a lot of traffic for years. For this reason a lot of parks have been hunted hard and have little to offer for the average detectorist. If you use the right equipment and look […]
Dad and I spent the day hunting an old residential house. I ended up getting a silver dime trifecta and almost got a 2nd one. Also got an Indian head, a few rings, and old Seagrams token.
These finds were from a day hunt Dad and I did at an old mansion that’s been in use since the early 1800’s. We had an awesome day and ended up with a lot of silver and other neat finds. I got a silver quarter, 1 merc, 5 roseys, a silver charm, and 3 silver […]
These goodies were found on a huge hillside. It was probably used as a sledding hill or could be where kids played.
It was a beautiful day out and I decided to detect next to an old picnic grove area where I had found multiple coins from the early 1900’s and late 1800’s. There was a small trail that led off into the woods and I decided to focus on that area. After getting a good signal […]
Dad and I spent the day detecting in a large picnic grove that I got permission to hunt. He found a few silver dimes and some wheeties. Total finds for me was a no date standing liberty, 1964 Washington, 1941 Washington, 1948 rosey, 1952 rosey, 1903 Indian head, 5 wheats, and a sterling ring.
I managed to land permission to hunt an old picnic grove area that was situated between a bunch of residential houses. It didn’t take long to realize this was a honey hole so I called dad up to join me. On one of his first visits Dad found a Walking Liberty Half, standing quarter, and […]