It’s been awhile since the last time I posted finds on my blog. I’ve been busy with a few projects so I haven’t shared much lately, but here are a few finds from this past season of metal detecting.
I found this .925 silver ring while metal detecting at a festival grounds. I wasn’t having much luck at first, but on the way back to the car I decided to detect the grass near the parking lot. I got a high tone like a dime or quarter on the AT Pro and just a few inches down I found this butterfly ring. It’s small, but I always enjoy finding rings.
These silver necklaces were both found at that same festival grounds, but on two separate hunts. The longer necklace still had a price tag on it that said “.925 $18.00”
The small bracelet was broken and it was found next to a walking trail in a park. There was a pop tab in the same hole as the bracelet and it gave me a mixed signal. If the tab hadn’t been in the hole, I doubt my metal detector would have hit on it.
Then, lastly I found this 10K Gold West Point Class ring at a local park. It was down around 8 inches deep and has since been returned to the owner after a very generous reward for it’s return.
See this article to read more about this ring and it’s return on Detecting365.com where I write many How-To and other types of metal detecing related articles regularly.
Thanks for checking out a few of my recent finds.
Happy Hunting out there!