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Brought to you by KELLYCO Metal Detector SuperStore. All of the treasures shown below are items that our customers have either brought to Kellyco to show us or have emailed us their pictures . As you can see, a metal detector can unearth some of the worlds most beautiful treasures and bring a lifetime of excitement.

White's DFX Finds 100+ Year Old Cameo Brooch

Not too sure if you will remember me, since I know you deal with many people in a month's time. My name is Jason T. from Maine and you sold me my new White's DFX. It is 99 degrees here so I thought I'd stay inside and do some pictures and scans of my best finds from my first month in my yard with my new DFX. I just started metal detecting this year around April. I got "the BUG" right away since I was finding a lot of neat items. After about six weeks, I upgraded to the DFX (the metal detector I really wanted in the first place.) I got the new metal detector one month ago yesterday. I bought Jeff Foster's book "Digging Deeper with the DFX" and did lots of research on a few forums online. I am finally starting to understand the DFX.

These finds were all dug within the last month from my yard or the small lot ( 30' x 30' ) next door. Most of my finds were a first for me. Included, are my favorites, such as the cameo brooch estimated to be about 150 years old, 2 silver Mercury dimes, V nickels both 1904, 2 indian head pennies 1901 and 1897 and a gorgeous standing liberty quarter with no date. Many items were found together on the same day. (WAAHOOO!) I was hoping to find 2 of the liberty quarters on the same day too, but I guess my doubles streak had to end sooner or later. I also found a Boy Scouts watch fob that dates back to 1910 (the year the scouts started in the U.S.), a Maine Turnpike commemorative fob from 1947, when the first 45 miles of the highway opened from Kittery to Portland and many more goodies. I am having a blast with this new hobby. I am looking forward to many years of searching for the long lost whispers of history's voice.

Thanks Kellyco! Jason T., Maine
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