Part I - Metal Detecting at the Swedish Tavern Site, page 25

Endless Stream of Copper Coins

...I definitely did not need a flag from the sky as I was successfully defeating the army of iron square nails and junk in a battle for coins.

Another Copper Coin Was Recovered

Another Copper Coin Dug Up

It was amazing to see the E-Trac actually detecting coins through the layer of the old rusty nails! The machine easily picked up the signals from the partially masked coins (I still did not believe that E-Trac could detect the coins that were completely masked), but I had to get used to these signals because they sounded kind of weak and all were faltering.

I decided to deal with that later as of now my excitement took over, and I could not pause to reprogram my detector.

My Coin-Find #4

1666 1/6 Ore Coin Dug Up

Reverse of 1666 Halvöring

1666 1/6 Ore Coin

But I had to reprogram myself first because I naturally had begun daydreaming: my thoughts took me to the hunted out sites which yielded many great finds in the past, and now I was realizing that the capable E-Trac could harvest the same amount of "goodies," if not more, at those locations! Scratching them off the list had turned out to be too soo... Another interesting signal interrupted my "train of happy thought"!

My Coin-Find #5

Swedish Quarter Ore Coin Found

Obverse of 1636 1/4 Öre Coin in Better Condition

Reverse of 1636 1/4 Ore Coin

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