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ClassicIISL
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PostSubject: mxt hot on quarters and nickels today   Sat Apr 26, 2008 3:46 pm

Old Park, again today,The finds on the left were my wife's, she slammed the dimes today, with the Classic !! I used the mxt, found the worms, the hot wheel truck and look at all the quarters and nickels !! Also took a picture of the trash we dug, just to show you guys, we get junk too !! The hot wheel truck was a solid quarter signal, I was surprised when the truck appeared, I was expecting a quarter, the 3 dimes I got, all read either 77, 78, 79, the nickels all read 18, 20, 22, 24, the quarters were all 81, 83, 84, zincs were mostly77, older bronze and canadian pennies 60, 65, dug a few 40 vdi and found the real old style pop tabs, the newer ones read 32,35, the reason I dug the 40 signals was thinking maybe a small ring, like the copper one I found friday, it was also a solid locked 40 vdi. Rich. Heres the trash !! LOL !!
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PostSubject: Re: mxt hot on quarters and nickels today   Sun Apr 27, 2008 12:21 am

Looks like you two had a fun time. The worms cleaned-up nice. Do they have metal in them?
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