Apex Top Finds - Winners

JUNE 2021 HAS TWO WINNERS!!!

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WINNER #1


What started as a slow day ended up being Nathan's best detecting day yet with his XXX! He was approached on the beach and asked to search for missing jewelry. He was happy to help and found the missing ring! Without expecting it, the family kindly rewarded him. Nathan kept detecting and found another ring that was a moissanite 10k white gold ring.

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Abrudan found ancient treasure with his ACE Apex and Viper coil! During his search, he discovered a pocket of 20 silver coins and a solid silver bracelet. The ancient Greece findings were dated back to 100-220 B.C.!

Congratulations to our two winners. Be sure to submit all of your Apex stories to https://garrett.com/apextopfinds for a chance to win next month and be featured on our page!

MAY WINNER

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Congrats to Randy V. of Pennsylvania for being selected as the Apex Best Finds winner for the month.

He submitted this photo of his oldest and most rare coin find, a 1793 Flowing Hair Chain large cent. “I had been hunting for approximately three hours and was working my way back to the car,” Randy said. “I got a quarter signal and dug that. Then, I made three more swings and got a strong signal again.” His last target, pulled from about seven inches deep, was this 1793 American large cent.

APRIL WINNER!!!

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Congrats to our April Apex Top Finds Competition winner, Steven C.


Steven shares, “I bought an Apex primarily for the beach. I got a solid 70-75 indication on the screen, so I started digging, thinking it would just be another tin can. After nearly two feet of digging, I saw the small corner of what seemed to be a belt buckle. Once out of the ground, I cleaned it up and it was inscribed with “North Tripperary Militia”. To my surprise, it was from a county in Ireland that was nearly 200 miles from where I found it. After some research, the buckle made its way up north because the militia had been sent to put down the Irish rebellions from 1798 and 1803. A great and historical find.”

Thank you for sharing your amazing Apex Top Find with us! We look forward to seeing more awesome finds next month.

March 2021 Apex Top Finds Competition Winner

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Congrats to our March Apex Top Finds Competition winner, Timothy H.

He found this 1897 Tennessee Centennial token while hunting on family property near Fredericksburg, Virginia. “I got a nice, strong signal in the woods on the property and was surprised to dig what looked like a large coin,” he said.

Designed by the United States mint in 1897, these gold-plated brass commemorative souvenir medals were struck in the U.S. Mint’s exhibit booth in Nashville during the international exposition. “I have found many other neat relics with my Apex since purchasing it, and I’m very pleased with it,” Timothy added. “Great machine!”

Thank you for sharing your amazing Apex Top Find with us! We look forward to seeing more awesome finds next month. To enter into the Apex Top Finds Competition, submit your Apex finds here: https://bit.ly/30iTFFz

APEX TOP FINDS - FEBRUARY 2021 WINNERS!!!

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Ed from Europe recovered an early 1800s Egyptian-themed ornament.

Ed V. is a WINNER. CONGRATULATIONS!!!
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WINNER #2
Rutger-Jan from Europe found this ornate, antique gold brooch at 40cm depth.

Rutger-Jan V. is a WINNER. CONGRATULATIONS!!!


Thank you for sharing your amazing Apex finds with us! We look forward to seeing more awesome finds next month. To enter into the Apex Top Finds Competition, submit your Apex finds here: https://bit.ly/30iTFFz