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Old 02-13-2018, 03:54 AM
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Default Clad, clad and more clad!

Here’s about two hours worth of digging at a local primary school. Clad total came to $55.07AUD (best clad hunt so far this year ) and I also found a junk ring and a few base-metal pendants. I’ve been to this school a few times before and found $20-$30, so this time I tried a few ‘new’ areas and it certainly paid off. One small (18x10ft) strip of lawn between two classrooms was especially productive, that’s where I found the junk ring and over $20, some coins were right on the surface. Thanks for looking and good luck out there!
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Old 02-13-2018, 09:14 PM
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That's a great haul! Good job!

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Old 02-13-2018, 09:57 PM
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Awesome hunt. Nothing wrong with a weeks lunch money.

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Old 02-14-2018, 09:02 AM
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Originally Posted by chihuahua5 View post
That's a great haul! Good job!
Thanks!

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Awesome hunt. Nothing wrong with a weeks lunch money.
Thank you!

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Off to a great start!! Keep it going!

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Very nice!!
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Old 02-15-2018, 06:08 AM
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Originally Posted by ATPro Dude View post
Off to a great start!! Keep it going!

atpro dude
Thanks! I see you're off to a good start too

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Very nice!!
Thank you!

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Old 02-15-2018, 07:07 AM
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Found a nice strip of paydirt there didja! I like hunting Schools for that very reason myself...good study of Human travel and drop zones!

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Originally Posted by sandgroper View post
Here’s about two hours worth of digging at a local primary school. Clad total came to $55.07AUD (best clad hunt so far this year ) and I also found a junk ring and a few base-metal pendants. I’ve been to this school a few times before and found $20-$30, so this time I tried a few ‘new’ areas and it certainly paid off. One small (18x10ft) strip of lawn between two classrooms was especially productive, that’s where I found the junk ring and over $20, some coins were right on the surface. Thanks for looking and good luck out there!
WOW, i love it

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Australia, cool!
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Originally Posted by Mud-puppy View post
Found a nice strip of paydirt there didja! I like hunting Schools for that very reason myself...good study of Human travel and drop zones!
Thanks, schools are a good source of clad!

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WOW, i love it
Thank you!

Originally Posted by kidlester View post
Australia, cool!
I agree!

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Oldest Coin: 1877 English Penny
2018 totals: $439.58AUD (158$2, 85x$1, 19x50c, 67x20c, 89x10c, 84x5c, 75x2c, 108x1c) and 26 foreign, collectable or older Australian/English (pre-decimal) coins.
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