Three hour hunt in a park netted these d-e-e-p coins. Did I mention there were a lot of difficult tree roots to work around too? The best hit was the 1945S quarter, clear as a bell, no roots, right where I pinpointed it. Not so easy was the 1934 quarter under a lot of roots, the rim got a few little Lesche bites from my digger. Many of the signals read lower on the meter than silver usually comes in, but the tones were still interesting or the ID peeped the higher numbers in-between the lower numbers. So, take for the day was two silver quarters, 1934 and 1945S; four silver dimes, a toasted 1920, 1918S, 1944 and 1946. Assorted wheats and a few clad. The 1934 quarter is silver coin #150 for the year.
I'm Nick A. and I am a metal detector hobbyist in Central Ohio. I have been metal detecting since 1990, and currently use the Minelab E-Trac detector.