Got out for a bit today at the park, got three more Indians. We won't talk about the fresh scar on the 1881, ok? The others are 1880 and 1892. The 1892 was coated in a black crust so I gave it a short peroxide bath and it cleaned up well with a rich chocolate color rather than green for a change. Other finds were the Huff token which barely peeped out from between a patch of iron. Seriously, it was a total gamble signal. but opened the hole with a deep plug, took some more dirt out and the token sang out nicely for the SunRay probe. Oh yeah, a wheat (1941), two zinc cents and a clad dime.
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.