First Wheat Pennies

I got the chance to detect in a park in a neighboring town recently. I was pretty sure that this park hasn’t ever been hunted, and definitely not hunted out.   I hunted around a pavilion that appears to be built on an even older foundation. I found more than my share of tabs, foil, can slaw, and clad coins also. 

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1935 D, 1940 D, 1944 D, 1944 S
The coins were between 4 and 6 inches deep.  I didn’t know that I had found wheaties while I was there hunting because I don’t like to rub the coins.   Based on the year ranges, I think that there is a good chance of finding silver coins in that area!  I’ll have to go back and search the area a little more thoroughly next time.

About Ozarks

I enjoy Metal Detecting in The Ozark Mountains and surrounding areas where I primarily detect for relics and coins. I have tested and used over 20+ metal detectors as a dealer and Company Sponsored 'Pro Staff' Product Tester. I have been Senior Editor of Detecting365 Metal Detecting Magazine for 8 years. I have authored over 200+ articles published on multiple metal detecting websites and magazines. I have real world experience testing metal detectors in the field and enjoy teaching others how to become better metal detectorists. Questions? Shoot me a contact email! Check out my Recommended Metal Detecting Supplies here: http://amazon.com/shop/wedetect
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