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DAYTONA DIG & FIND METAL DETECTING
CLUB
ANNUAL OPEN NIGHT COMPETITION HUNT
August 24, 2013

Information available at club meeting or online at:
http://www.fmdac.org/h’s

HAVE DETECTOR, WILL TRAVEL
Ed D’Amato’s Summer Vacation
Ed traveled to Pennsylvania and New Jersey to visit
family. Of course, his metal detector traveled with him.
The house in Pennsylvania was a 1920’s hunting lodge.
He found silver coins on this property. Since the house
and land are family owned, he plans on future hunts.

Back Row – Gary Spiroch, Mark Laur and Kathy Ayon
Front Row – Mindy Spiroch, Linda Bennett, Betty and
Jerry Laur
Betty Laur - 3 tokens
1919 silver half dollar
Water Bottle with a knife and cob inside
Treasure chest with 25 Eisenhower dollar coins
Jerry Laur - 1 token
Set of silver minature coins
Kathy Ayon – 1 token
Dime-size silver Spanish coin
Linda Bennett – 1 token
Dime–size silver Spanish coin

The second house was located in New Jersey. The
home was built in 1838 and produced an 1802 large cent
and 1769 Georgivs III Rex - an Irish silver coin.

Gary Spiroch
1st prize in the most Christmas buttons found:
Prize: 1/7oz gold coin
2nd prize in most foreign coins found
Prize: silver dollar coin
Mindy Spiroch - 2 Tokens
Silver Foreign Coins

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Kathy Ayon

Mark Laur

Gary Spiroch

Pictures by Betty Laur and Mark Laur