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It was a rather strange day today ......broad spectrum of finds and dates of coins.  BUT .........I got a tiny 9ct gold stud earring in black sand mix. A nice old penny, the other penny is just too far gone to see a date. Another coin for the scrap. Hubby ran off with the stainless steel hose clip thingys......guess some junk is useful eh? 

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Glad to see you finding some nice coins and that stud is a really nice find.

You can always use the clamps around the house for car repairs so that is not bad either.

Good luck on you next hunt.

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On 3/20/2020 at 3:45 AM, Coilpower said:

It was a rather strange day today ......broad spectrum of finds and dates of coins.  BUT .........I got a tiny 9ct gold stud earring in black sand mix. A nice old penny, the other penny is just too far gone to see a date. Another coin for the scrap. Hubby ran off with the stainless steel hose clip thingys......guess some junk is useful eh? 

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Hi Teresa! 
Very impressive the TARSACCI is able to find that little piece of gold in your black mineralized sand like that! 
Hope your doing well, and staying healthy!

HH! Aaron

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