These items were found in a neighboring town at my nephew's home.
This classring was a nice surprise! It's only the second one I've ever recovered.
If it had initials or a date I would try to return it to its owner. I let
someone from the area look at it and was told its an old one!
I found it at a depth of about 5 inches.
This 1957 Mexican 50 centavos is a long way from home! Finding one of
these in Minnesota has to be RARE!! I didn't know what it was when I got
it out of the ground, when I saw the design on the coin and thought it was a
medal of some sort. I had to look in my Spanish book to figure out
what "Cincuenta" means.
It wasn't buried too deep, maybe 2 inches, but it has to be old. Can
you find a "5 cent drink" these days!! I'm going to try to find out
who "A. Krall" is, maybe the owner of a local tavern?
This 1907 Indian Head cent was one of two that I found on the same day
I gave a 1901 to the owner of the property, it made him happy and allows me to come back.