14 Veteran Metal Detectorists Reveal Secret Places to Find Coins

14 Veteran Metal Detectorists Reveal Secret Places to Find Coins

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Dry Sand on the Beach

Everyone enjoys finding coins while metal detecting and some of us even have favorite spots that we return to periodically where we find the most coins.

Rarely will we share our coin honey holes with others, but today is your lucky day, but first you have to answer a question: “Where is your favorite place to find coins?”

That is the question Detecting365 recently asked 14 veteran metal detectorists. Here are their top secret answers…

“Certainly on the beach in dry sand. Particularly beaches where vendors hawk their trinkets to the towel line residents.” – Top-USMC

Read On for More Coin Hunting Tips…


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  1. Doug Ash at 6:51 am

    I spend most of my time trying to avoid clad coins i generally try to find locations where people lived or congregated prior to the 1930s.In my area there are many farms that have old homesteads that are gone.Most of these places seam to have been abandoned sometime around the great depression.This week i found and searched an old home sight in open cornfield and turned up 1832 large cent.my first flying eagle cent,1858,and 5 indian head cents.The best one being a gorgeous 1867 worth around $180,and not a single clad coin.

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