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Re: Sinking coins?

September 28, 2019 11:02AM
Coins can sink, especially when the ground is saturated and the ground becomes fluid, either during flood times or when the frost comes out in the spring. Also the coins are covered by silt and organic materials that fall and decay. Coins lost in perpetually wet areas are deeper than in dry areas. That is based only on my observances over the last 40 years.

Throw a coin in topsoil "mud" and see if it doesn't sink.
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Sinking coins?

Kraemer 102 September 27, 2019 07:59PM

To Jack, WM6, Sodbuster and others regarding 'sinking.'

Monte 51 September 29, 2019 09:53PM

Re: Sinking coins?

WM6 54 September 29, 2019 01:18AM

Re: Sinking coins?

Sodbuster 56 September 28, 2019 11:02AM

Jack, there is a simple answer: 'Coins Don't Sink.' -- Also, a long storied post for ANYONE to read and answer.

Monte 79 September 28, 2019 09:13AM

Re: Jack, there is a simple answer: 'Coins Don't Sink.' -- Also, a long storied post for ANYONE to read and answer.

jmaryt 43 September 29, 2019 07:37PM

Re: Jack, there is a simple answer: 'Coins Don't Sink.' -- Also, a long storied post for ANYONE to read and answer.

BigDog 51 September 29, 2019 05:23PM

How many agree with Ron's conclusions, and do you use a different detector?

Monte 40 September 30, 2019 01:18AM

What! Nobody wants to read the story and tell me what they saw or found

Monte 44 September 29, 2019 04:37PM

Absolutely Coins Sink . . . . . . . . eye popping smiley

UtahRich 58 September 29, 2019 03:02PM



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