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    1821 Capped Bust Dime!

    I ran into some guys metal detecting a field about five minutes from my house. My powers of persuasion garnered me an invite to join them. I haven't been out much this summer. Work is getting in my way. However, I have been out enough to figure out that my tried and true custom Pitch Programs from the Deus 1 do not work for me on the Deus 2. I couldn't figure out how to keep the Deus 2 from falsing on nail beds in my Pitch Programs.

    I'm now running my own custom 5 tone programs in Fast, Deep High Conductor and Sensitive with negative discrimination. I can't believe how smooth the Deus 2 runs in Deep High Conductor. My Deus 1 never ran smooth in Deep.

    Yesterday, I found my very first Capped Bust Dime at a depth of at least 8 - 9 inches! Name:  310178164_3297082367193624_3499228921820910290_n.jpg
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Size:  48.5 KB I also found my first Classic Head Large Cent and this coin was somewhere between 10 - 12 inches down.Name:  309547868_10221722387512547_399919740038200082_n.jpg
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Size:  63.9 KB Both targets were "whispers" on my custom Deep HC program but good enough to dig. I really can't believe how deep and stable the Deus 2 is and look forward to revisiting old sites in the future. Finally, here's a pic of the guys who couldn't resist my powers of persuasion.Name:  310116798_477975731060454_4474075607759852759_n.jpg
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    Last edited by Donnie B; 10-10-2022 at 06:34 AM.
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    WOW! Great coin! Can you get a better pic? Congrats!! Isn't Deep HC ridiculous? I've gone back to old hunted out parks after we finally got rain this summer and cleaned up the deep silver. I can bump up the sense and the thing is quiet as a church mouse. I also mostly use Deep HC and 5tone fast. I haven't worked with Sensitive yet. What scenario do you use it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by OxShoeDrew View Post
    WOW! Great coin! Can you get a better pic? Congrats!! Isn't Deep HC ridiculous? I've gone back to old hunted out parks after we finally got rain this summer and cleaned up the deep silver. I can bump up the sense and the thing is quiet as a church mouse. I also mostly use Deep HC and 5tone fast. I haven't worked with Sensitive yet. What scenario do you use it?
    I can't believe how stable that Deep High Conductor runs. It's so much more stable than the Deus 1 in Deep. I run my custom Five Tone Sensitive Program in really heavy iron. I use Negative Discrimination (-3.4) on 5 tone Fast, 5 tone Deep HC, and 5 tone Sensitive among other tweaks. Here's a couple of better pics.Name:  20221009_1537503333333333333333.jpg
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    Last edited by Donnie B; 10-10-2022 at 09:33 AM.
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    Huge congrats, Donnie! Was it a grassy field or a farm field?

    That 1821 Capped Bust Dime is a beauty! It's in wonderful condition. They sure don't turn up often.

    How did the Classic Head clean up? I'd love to see some photos of it after cleaning.

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    Wow ... I can't tell if those guys behind you are genuinely happy or just smiling while quietly planning a good beating on you after the picture

    congrats on the capped bust dime and classic large cent my friend .

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    Quote Originally Posted by del View Post
    Wow ... I can't tell if those guys behind you are genuinely happy or just smiling while quietly planning a good beating on you after the picture

    congrats on the capped bust dime and classic large cent my friend .

    Dan
    The two older gentlemen didn't find anything and are no doubt plotting my imminent demise. The younger guy (with the big smile) found a Classic Head Large Cent and a 1783 Half Reale so he's happy.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Two-Cent View Post
    Huge congrats, Donnie! Was it a grassy field or a farm field?

    That 1821 Capped Bust Dime is a beauty! It's in wonderful condition. They sure don't turn up often.

    How did the Classic Head clean up? I'd love to see some photos of it after cleaning.



    It's a grassy field that I have passed by a million times as it's only five minutes from my house. Apparently, there was a home on the site back in the day. The Classic Head was toasty but identifiable. I won't get a date off it. Here's some pics: Name:  20221009_15373333333333333333.jpg
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    WTG Don on a spectacular coin!
    My guess is that's the 1st & last hunt with those guys
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    Tis a beauty Donnie B. ! Yeah you can tell those guys just finished arguing over who gets to punch you in the head first.
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    Wow, that's quite the coin, congrats! Thinking those guys plotting to not only beat you up but to also steal that Deus!
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    Thats a good un!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Rebel View Post
    WTG Don on a spectacular coin!
    My guess is that's the 1st & last hunt with those guys
    Nah, they think I'm some sort of numismatic guru. No idea where they got that idea.

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    Tis a beauty Donnie B. ! Yeah you can tell those guys just finished arguing over who gets to punch you in the head first.
    Why does everyone want to beat me up? Lol!

    Quote Originally Posted by Digger_O'Dell View Post
    Wow, that's quite the coin, congrats! Thinking those guys plotting to not only beat you up but to also steal that Deus!
    They can beat me up but anyone that touches the Deus II is a dead man. Lol.

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    Thats a good un!!
    Thanks man!
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    Congrats Donnie!!!
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    Yeah that is a fantastic old US silver! Great condition too. I have found one capped bust dime and it was also an 1821 but completely slicked out.
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    I think that's a Matron Head.

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    9 Large Cents, 413 Indian Heads, 2 Two Cent Pieces, 1 Capped Bust Half Dime, 1 Seated Half Dime, 10 Shield Nickels, 67 V Nickels, 123 Buffalo Nickels, 31 War Nickels, 16 Seated Dimes, 130 Barber Dimes, 397 Mercury Dimes, 244 Rosies, 4 Seated Quarters, 17 Barber Quarters, 18 Standing Liberty Quarters, 88 Silver Washingtons, 1 Seated Half, 3 Barber Halves, 16 Walking Liberty Halves

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Two-Cent View Post
    I think that's a Matron Head.

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    Tony is on fire , pretty soon i'll be asking him what some of my finds are
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    Donnie, killer find! that is EXCELLENT!!!!!!

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    Nice coin Donnie
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff (or) View Post
    Donnie, killer find! that is EXCELLENT!!!!!!

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    Nice coin Donnie

    Thanks! Loving the Deus II.
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