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Silver Coin Spill Found By Master Treasure Hunter Ed Huffman

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Silver Coin Spill Found By Master Treasure Hunter Ed Huffman

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Hello my fellow Treasure Hunters! Master Treasure Hunter Ed Huffman has done it once again!

This is why it is important to research where the old fair grounds in your communtiy used to be. I have noticed through research and experience that Fair Grounds ranging from the 1930's to 1950's will produce the best finds. Through out my years of detecting I have researched and detected Fair Grounds from the mid 1800's all the way to present day and I can say the best finds have come from the ones that were in the 1940 range. The Fair Grounds I have been hunting the past couple of months were covered with people and entertainment from the 1940's to 1970's. I was able to locate a strip of land about the size of a 1/4 acre that had not been developed or any dirt moved around at all! In the past months I have recovered an 1899 Barber Dime, 1927 Standing Liberty Quarter, three 1936 Mercury Dimes, 1941 Washington Quarter, 1957 Rosevelt Dime, Sterling Silver Cross Pendant, seven Wheat Pennies and I lost count of the amount of clad coins I found...lol.  My man Dirt Fiend who you will see in some of my upcoming videos and good friend that hunts with me 90% of the time has found a Mercury Dime, Silver Rosevelt Dime, about twenty Wheat Pennies and probably 70 to 80 Clad Coins, with his Garrett AT Pro Metal Detector.  No kidding folks this site has produced over 200 coins between the both of us and there is still more there! So, I cant stress enough for you to research your towns old fair grounds! I also wanted to mention, not to make Dirt Fiend look bad just having 2 silver coins compared to my 7 silver coins...lol... the last time there I dug an  1899 Barber, 1927 Standing Liberty, three Mercury Dimes and two Wheat Pennies all in the same hole! Yes folks that is what you call a Coin Spill or Pocket Spill and it is pretty rare to find these days even for Master Treasure Hunter Ed Huffman...Wink I will have some videos coming soon so be sure to check them out at https://www.youtube.com/TreasureMtnDetectors and don't forget to subscribe! Also check out Treasure Mountain Metal Detectors newly updated Ebay Store with over 150 products for all of your Treasure Hunting needs. http://stores.ebay.com/treasuremountainmetaldetectors

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Learn More About Ed Huffman

Ed Huffman is an Expert Metal Detectorist with years of experience and extensive training with Metal Detectors. Ed has gained years of experience and knowledge while hunting for artifacts/relics by learning effective researching and hunting methods from his own hunts, experts and Archaeologists. Ed also has a Bachelors of Science Degree from the University of Tennessee Chattanooga and is currently working on his Masters Degree in Archaeology from the University of Leicester in England. He has researched and recovered artifacts/relics throughout the United States and hopes to recover artifacts throughout the world someday! The majority of his recovered artifacts/relics he has in his personal collection or has donated to Museums, Private Collectors and Businesses.

Visit his official Ebay store at http://stores.ebay.com/treasuremountainmetaldetectors/ or shop at his web store http://treasuremtndetectors.com. Either way, you're sure to get a great deal and advice.

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