Yesterdays hunt back at "82 coin - one hole" beach was not that fruitful except for 3 more coins from the same hole and the small brass bell with no knocker.
This afternoon I decided to visit my favourite park as it usually gives me something good. The "anti-magnetic but not waterproof" watch came up on the second swing. The penny is 1920 and the earings are bling but the 3 shillings were very welcome. NZ 1933 and 1940 with an English 1919. Goldies have been scarce for me lately so the $15.20 was a nice bonus too.
Seemed to find shell cases wherever I hunted this weekend. I note several of the WW2 cases are getting much shorter now and I suppose it wont be long before all future hunters will find will be the head end.
The case below looks like it has been fired twice! Is that common?