This is my first photo report here so please do not judge me too harshly.
At first I had to dig more (and it was mainly some trash) and on a considerably greater depth. In an hour I got used to the new Mars MD coil, I understood how to work with it and I learned to react to the right signals only.
So I spent the weekend at my friend’s kitchengarden. I have already scanned the area twice before, and during those treasure hunts I found some different coins dated from year 1903 and up to present days. I also found some bullets, cases etc. I took my camera with me for the first time to make pictures of the treasure hunting process and to share them with my friends. Because among my friends I am the only one crazy metaldetectorist))
I am very grateful to the forum member named Bulavny who helped me to define what was that thing. Thank you, my friend. Russian Empire Army officers used to wear such monograms on shoulder straps. These were the officers of the army regiments in which the Dowager Empress and the riegning Empress were the Chefs. The Dowager Empress Maria.
During my previous treasure hunt in this kitchen garden I found a button. That button seems to belong to the same Russian Empire Army officer as well as the monogram which you can see in my pictures above. Such buttons were on Chef’s regiments uniform.This time I found only two coins – a copeck coin dated 1981 (I didn’t even made a picture of it), and a 5 copeck coin dated 1876 in a rather poor condition.
The kitchen garden also presented me a Soviet escutcheon. According to the information which I found in Google, such a thing could be an element of anything. If someone knows more, please share your knowlerdge with me in the comments.
Anyway, enjoy watching)) I wish everyone good luck in your search and many good signals of your coil))
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