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Andy got out this afternoon to an older town that has been impacted by flooding of the Susquehanna River several times over the recent years and sections are now being torn down. The temps were in the low 20's and then the snow started.
A handful of coins, a few wheats, a token and a neat seal stamp which looks like it was used in an official capacity years ago for the city's council. This wonderful seal stamp was dug at a depth of over 9 inches.
"I just wanted to update you on my hunting successes since we met in Detroit at the mini boot camp. I have been slowly making changes to my preferred combined program based on some of the tips and lessons that you provided. Since your camp and making these changes, I believe I have found a few more keepers than I would have previously.
Including the two silver dimes I found during the training camp on October 29, I have found 28 silver coins, 5 Indian heads and a ton of Wheaties - all in hunted out parks here in town. Two of those coins were 1917 and 1918 Mercury dimes (In amazing condition) in a small park that I had already cleaned out with my CTX! Best of all, two of my other finds were 1856 and 1845 seated half dimes
Again, thank you for meeting up with us to share your knowledge.
Jack Lewis, Ontario