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									                               The South Jersey
                                    Digger
www.sjmdc.org                                                                          November 2010

      The November meeting of the SJMDC will be held Thursday, November 11th
      at 7:30 P.M. in the Haddon Heights Municipal Building located at 625 Station Ave.

                                      President’s Report
  First, I would like to thank Marc Spivey for taking over the meeting for me last month, as I had to
  travel to Erie, PA for business. Thanks for doing a great job.

  Secondly, I understand that the nominations for officers for the 2011 year have been finalized and
  voted upon. The officers for 2011 will be:

         Larry Fogleman         President
         Donna Winzinger        Vice-President
         Rich Faunce            Co-Treasurer
         Bob Finch              Co-Treasurer
         Janis Stuart           Secretary

  I want to especially welcome Donna as Vice President. Thank you for offering your time and talents in
  the running of this great club. Also, a big Thank You to Marc Spivey for his leadership and hard work
  as Vice President the last two years. You made my job a lot easier. And to all the members of the
  club, for your continued support in us, your club officers, we also say thank you.

  Next month (December) is our Christmas Party. There will be a list on the back table to sign up to
  bring food. The club, as always, will provide cold cuts, rolls, coffee and soda. We’ll be doing the gift
  exchange again, so those who want to participate can bring a gift. Label it for a man or woman, or
  either. If you need any information about what food to bring please contact Elaine Faunce.

  It’s also time to renew our membership in the club, and pay our dues. A copy of the membership
  application is included in the Digger each month, and paying dues ahead of time is very much
  appreciated. There will be a drawing at the December meeting for a silver round from all the names of
  members who have renewed early.

  See you at the meeting!
                                Larry Fogleman
             0      Editor’s Note
We would like to thank Sir Speedy for printing our                                 Code of Ethics
newsletter over the past few years. We encourage             1. Before searching public sites, always check laws,
anyone looking for printing, copying, graphic design,           ordinances, and regulations that may govern your
business cards, etc., to consider Sir Speedy as their           search.
source. They are located at 39 South Broad Street in         2. Never trespass. Always get permission when searching
Woodbury, NJ. You can call them at (856) 251-0220,              private property.
or e-mail at inbox@sirspeedywdby.com. Articles               3. Never leave open holes. Leave search area exactly as it
and submissions: jstuart181@verizon.net (NEW)                   was before you detected it.
Dealers                                                      4. Report the discovery of any item with an historical value
DeMarco Detector Sales                                          to the local historian or museum. If you discover any
• Gold Star Metal detector dealer and club                      live ammunition or lethal object, do not touch it. Mark
    member Joseph DeMarco sells the full line of                the spot and notify authorities at once.
    Minelab, Tesoro, Fisher, Bounty Hunter, and              5. Be polite and informative to those who inquire about
    Troy Custom metal detectors, as well as                     your sport or hobby. You are the ambassador of a
    various metal detecting accessories. He’s                   pastime that we want to protect and we will be judged
    located in Millville, NJ. You can call him at               by how you act and respond.
    856-825-6009, Fax him at 856-825-
                                                                   Treasurer’s Report: by Bob and Rich
    6009,       or     visit    his    website     at
    DeMarcoDetectorSales.com. E-mail him
                                                             The beginning balance for Oct. was $ 2,898.71
    at    info@demarcodetectorsales.com                      Receipts totaled                   $ 681.00
Columbus Train Station Hobby Shop                            Expenses totaled                    $ 965.55
• Pat Barcello of Columbus Train Station Hobby               The ending balance for Oct. is      $ 2,614.16
    Shop is the club’s local White’s Metal Detector          __________________________________________
    dealer. His address is Columbus Mart Store
    #310, Columbus, NJ 08022 609-518-1800
                                                                              SJMDC Flea Market
                                                             Tesoro “Golden Sabre” model with instruction
                                                             book. Asking $75. For more information call:
      2010 Club Officers and Valued Helpers                  Ed Loveland at (856) 848-6145
 President: Larry Fogleman                856-261-9811
 Vice President: Marc Spivey              856-228-9301       Fisher Coinstrike with instruction book. $350 For
 Secretary: Janis Stuart                  856-546-5239       more information: Bob Finch at 856-546-6504.
 Treasurer: R. Faunce/B. Finch            856-665-6228
 Membership: Dan Knight                   856-719-0423
 Digger Editor: Janis Stuart              856-546-5239
 Librarian: Ted Von Euw               tvoneuw@aol.com        Congratulations to our new Officers for the year
 50/50’s: Bud Houck                       ……………..            beginning January 2011.
 Refreshments: Rich Faunce                ……………..
 Refreshments: Harold Stuart              ……………..
 Raffles: Nadine Sammartino               ……………..            President              Larry Fogleman
 Raffles: Elaine Faunce           dancine1@verizon.net       Vice President         Donna Winzinger
 Monthly Contest: Cliff Stefens           ……………..            Treasurer              R. Faunce/ B. Finch
 Digger Mailer: Marc Spivey               856-228-9301       Secretary              Janis Stuart
 Special Assistant: Dennis Helmer         856-858-1125
 Web Master: Dave Milsted                 856-546-0089
                                                             A great big thank you to Marc Spivey for his two years
                                                             serving as Vice President and as Hunt Master.
 Don Hartman is updating/publishing an article about where   Please give Donna all your support and make
 NJ Coopers have been found and asks the membership to       suggestions for programs. If any of you have a special
 contact him at Slospokes2@comcast.net with details          talent and would like to give a talk please see Donna.
 on any NJ Coopers they have found, regardless of state or
 locality (that is if they haven't already).                 Deep Search MDC hunt in Belmar was attended by 20
                                                             members of the SJMDC. About 140 hunters from
                                                             around the eastern region attended. Marc Spivey
                                                             won a silver round, and Bob Petrilli won the small
                                                             treasure chest which contained $ 50 in dollar coins.
                                    Cliff’s Notes
Attendance at last nights (October) meeting was a little light only 40 people. Where did
everyone go? Did that Nor'easter move in early? Did Christmas shopping begin in October
this year? Did everyone stay home because they knew that Lynn Mount, our vice president
in charge of baking delicious cakes and wonderful pastries, would not be there? Lynn was
probably exhausted from her marathon week of baking goodies for our auction and we thank
her for that. Rest up and hurry back Lynn, we all missed you.

I was disappointed that no other displays of Eight Reales showed up in October, but I also
realized that every person I knew that found at least one or two Reales was also not at the
meeting. Were they having a special meeting on their own favorite beaches? With that mini
Nor'easter that was plotted to go Nor'western, they might have had a one or two tide
opportunity to dig treasure again. I just hope someone else will bring their treasure coins in
to show us. You don't have to bring them all, just a few of them.

We did have some very substantial displays last night. Tom Brunker had a large display
of coins and items from two club hunts, South Jersey and Belmar, plus many hours on the
beach. He had four Dollar coins including a 1880-0 Morgan, three silver Halves, 1898 and
1909 Quarters, 11 silver Dimes, an 1856 Seated Half Dime, 1866 and 1870 Shield Nickels,
1851 and 1853 Three Cent silver Trimes, 1864 and 1873 Two Cent pieces, seven Indians, and
a Flying Eagle Cent. His total coin count was 593 coins, face value $55.87. His other good
finds were a 10k gold bracelet, a 10k diamond ring, a 14k wedding band, a 10k gold ring,
three silver rings, and a silver earring. He had four watches (one still running), and 12 other
pieces of costume jewelry. He also had five toy cars, seven fish lures, buttons, ammo, zipper
pulls, and a pile of sinkers.

John Dyer had lots of old coins and artifacts. He had a 1723 Woods Hibernia Copper, a 1777 Two
Reale, a Large cent, 42 Wheaties, and seven silver coins. He also had three rings, a pin back
button, large coat buttons, a shoe buckle, small buckle, and a display of 38-three ringer Minnie
balls.

Mark Mays was excited over a new hunting area, a Colonial Era with cellar holes. He
displayed 13 silver coins, eight Indian Cents, a 1737 George Copper, a Large Cent, an 1857
Flying Eagle, and a 1667 Spanish COB!! He also had 10 buckles, a bell, two watches, old
buttons, two pocket watches, keys, spoons, old marbles, and clay pipe stems. Dan Knight
displayed lots of beach finds. He had two rings, silver coins, and over 100 Wheaties. He
also had toy cars, keys, spoons, sunglasses, and a pile of sinkers. Vallrey Mastowski had five
rings, two chains, a Blackberry phone, 10 pieces of costume jewelry, and lots of coins. Ron
Parks had a beach display of fishing tackle, lures and sinkers, and beach coins. Bob Petrilli
is still hunting the woods, bringing out a few coins at a time. He displayed 24 hunt coins,
and 25 "one at a timers" natural finds. He had four Seated coins, an 1853 Dime, and 1857,
1858, and 1876-S Seated Quarters, and a 1917 (V-2) Standing Liberty Quarter. He had
110 Wheaties, five Dollar coins, five toy cars, nine keys, two buckles, sunglasses, and a pile
of clad coins. Barbara Rulon needed six display boxes this month. She found her best ring
ever, a 14k white gold with 84 diamonds. She dug it out and said "No Way" and threw it in
with her coins. Later on, she had second thoughts, brought it out, and did a victory dance.
   She had two other gold rings, two chains, plus a pile of costume jewelry, a box of fish lures,
   tackle, and 19 sinkers, a box of copper scrap, a box of sunglasses, and a large box of coins,
   including nine silver coins, and 10 lbs of clad. Dave Tangit had a small display, including
   three hoop bracelets, keys, coins, lures and sinkers. Henry Winzinger had lots of coins,
   332, face value $35.00, with two Dollar coins, and 61 Wheaties. He also had three rings, two
   chains, an Ann Kline ladies watch (still working), toy cars, buckles, and keys. Donna
   Winzinger had an 1885 British Large Cent, 41 Wheaties, an 1885 British HalfPenny, and a
   1780s era Connecticut Copper. She also had two pair sunglasses, four costume jewelry, a
   horseshoe, dog tags, and 207 coins, face value $19.41.

   Just a reminder: If you can't attend a meeting, you may send your display in with a friend.
   You'll still be in the contest, and if you win prizes, we'll save them for you. Same deal if you
   have to leave the meeting early. Let your friend pick up your prize or just get it at the next
   meeting. I think we could do this for 50-50 drawings and 3 for 1 drawings also. Just initial
   your tickets and have a friend watch for you. This is not carved in stone yet, but we will work
   it out.

   November is a one month contest, so save everything you have found for the November
   contest. Good Hunting. See you at the meeting.
                                                                        Cliff Stefens


Florida company                       keep up with all of the sites on the    salvaged the site off the central
                                      1715 fleet," Fisher said July 12.       east coast of Florida for the past
acquires 1715 fleet                   "There are definitely a couple of       decade. Loaded with gold bars,
salvage rights from                   big piles of treasure still out there   coins, diamonds, emeralds and
heirs of salvor Fisher                from the Plate Fleet and it was a       pearls, the 11 vessels constituting
  The heirs of treasure hunter Mel    painstaking decision to sell the        the fleet left Cuba and sank July
Fisher have sold, for an              sites that got us started in this       31, 1715, during a hurricane about
undisclosed sum, their salvage        business, but we have a plan for        40 miles north of modern-day
rights to the 1715 Treasure Fleet     the future which has us moving          West Palm Beach.
to Queen Jewels LLC, an entity        into deeper water projects and we       Six of the 11 vessels have been
based in Sebastian, Fla.,             had to choose where to put our          located, but treasure with an
and headed by Cincinnati real         resources.                              estimated value of nearly $900
estate developer William Brisben.       "I think this is going to be great    million remains to be located and
  Fisher is best known for the        for all involved. Queen Jewels LLC      salvaged. The fleet included a
discovery and salvage of the          is made. Up of some respected           dowry for Queen Elisabeth, the
Nuestra Senora de Atocha, a           and experienced historic                bride of King Philip V.
Spanish galleon that sank off the     shipwreck salvage individuals who         Silver, gold and other treasures
coast of Key West, Fla., in 1622      we know will do the sites justice       from mines in Spain's American
during a hurricane.                   and bring up the rest of the            colonies were often shipped to
  Mel Fisher's heirs sold their       treasure that is out there, and Mel     Spain via multivessel fleets rather
salvage rights to the 1715 fleet to   Fisher's has still retained a small     than on single vessels sailing
concentrate on other endeavors,       interest in any future finds on the     alone. The fleet of ships provided
said Sean Fisher, vice president of   sites.                                  greater security for the treasure
Mel Fisher's Treasures.                 "It gives us the opportunity to go    than a single vessel could provide
Sean Fisher said the deal is          out and find some other new and         if attacked by pirates seeking the
complete pending federal court        exciting shipwrecks."                   riches.
approval.                               Initial salvage of the 1715
  "The reason for the sale is that    treasure sites under Queen Jewels
Mel Fisher's is taking an             LLC has been subcontracted to
aggressive approach to a number       Gold Hound LLC, another
of new projects and simply can't      Sebastian-based firm that has
                                  Surfdigger's Beach Report
 November is here and the beaches (as you might expect), are selectively yielding there bounty to the few
that venture out and look for and or make the opportunities for themselves. In the late summer to early
fall, we had 2-3 storms roll through that took a lot of the summer sand away. This stripped the beaches
of a lot of that fluffy summer sand and pulled all those dry sand losses down into the surf zone. One of
the main complaints heard by a lot of folks was that although they were digging coins, the jewelry was
eluding them. There is an easy explanation for that....most of the finds below the tide line consisted
of mostly coins that are normally lost up in the dry sand. The gold and silver jewelry that is normally lost
by swimmers in the water was covered up by all that "summer sand" that washed down with the storms.
Well, it has been a number of weeks now without a notable storm even onshore wind events (ie. cold
fronts) have been few and far between. The saving grace has been the fall tides and currents that have
managed to cut troughs and holes into the shallow surf below the low tide line. The smart hunters have
been donning the chest waders and wetsuits and getting out in the surf on the many days that we have
had "offshore" winds that have flattened out the crashing waves. I have seen some really nice gold rings
dug in the last few weeks....not a lot mind you....but a few for those that have been willing to get out there
and look for the low spots.

That brings me to a subject that gets me to thinking every time I see the crowds of hunters on the beach
after a good Nor’easter has blown through. It kinda reminds me of what it must have been like after gold
was found at Sutter’s Mill in California in the 1840's and the hoards of people that rushed out there with
every half cocked dream of striking it rich that they could muster, and the broken men and women that
returned back East a few months to a year after they arrived with their dreams dashed, because it just
wasn't everything that it was cracked up to be. I see it so often after a Nor’easter with a lot of "also ran"
beach hunters that dust off the old detector and sand scoop and rush down to the famous beach lined
with gold and old silver coins. Too many times it seems that these folks seem to gravitate to the so called
"Mecca" of beach hunting "Atlantic City". Yes, "The Boardwalk Empire" that incredible depository of lost
riches on the beaches that all detector bums dream about uncovering. The reality of it is that although
yes, there are times when AC will produce and quite handsomely for some. Unfortunately the hotspots
are few on a consistent basis, and I notice that the legion of detectorists that invade the resort post storm
most times go home with just a few coins and a pouch full of metal trash. Ya see folks....AC was
replenished by the Army Corp of Engineers a few years ago and that sand has stayed right where it is on
most beaches there, covering up the concentration of silver coins and gold and silver jewelry that that a
lot of us enjoyed digging just a few years ago (pre replenishment). I know that when a big Nor’easter hits,
to stay out of AC right afterwards and let the "skimmers" have at it. Me? I hunt the lesser known older
(not recently replenished beaches) that hold more summers accumulation of treasure within reasonable
reach of my Sovereign GT's search coil. November is here and the beaches (as you might expect), are
selectively yielding their bounty to the few that venture out and look for and or make the opportunities
for themselves. In the late summer to early fall, we had 2-3 storms roll through that took a lot of the
summer sand away. This stripped the beaches of a lot of that fluffy summer sand and pulled all those dry
sand losses down into the surf zone. One of the main complaints heard by a lot of folks was that although
they were digging coins, the jewelry was eluding them. There is an easy explanation for that....most of the
finds below the tide line consisted of mostly coins that are normally lost up in the dry sand. The gold and
silver jewelry that is normally lost by swimmers in the water was covered up by all that "summer sand"
that washed down with the storms. Well, it has been a number of weeks now without a notable storm
even onshore wind events (ie. cold fronts) have been few and far between. The saving grace has been the
fall tides and currents that have managed to cut troughs and holes into the shallow surf below the low
tide line. The smart hunters have been donning the chest waders and wetsuits and getting out in the surf
on the many days that we have had "offshore" winds that have flattened out the crashing waves. I have
seen some really nice gold rings dug in the last few weeks....not a lot mind you....but a few for those that
have been willing to get out there and look for the low spots.
That brings me to a subject that gets me to thinking every time I see the crowds of hunters on the beach
after a good Nor’easter has blown through. It kind of reminds me of what it must have been like after
gold was found at Sutter’s Mill in California in the 1840's and the hoards of people that rushed out there
with every half cocked dream of striking it rich that they could muster, and the broken men and women
that returned back East a few months to a year after they arrived with their dreams dashed, because it
just wasn't everything that it was cracked up to be. I see it so often after a Nor’easter with a lot of "also
ran" beach hunters that dust off the old detector and sand scoop and rush down to the famous beach
lined with gold and old silver coins. Too many times it seems that these folks seem to gravitate to the so
called "Mecca" of beach hunting "Atlantic City". Yes, "The Boardwalk Empire" that incredible depository
of lost riches on the beaches that all detector bums dream about uncovering. The reality of it is that
although yes, there are times when AC will produce and quite handsomely for some. Unfortunately the
hotspots are few on a consistent basis, and I notice that the legion of detectorists that invade the resort
post storm most times go home with just a few coins and a pouch full of metal trash. Ya see folks....AC
was replenished by the Army Corp of Engineers a few years ago and that sand has stayed right where it is
on most beaches there, covering up the concentration of silver coins and gold and silver jewelry that that
a lot of us enjoyed digging just a few years ago (pre replenishment). I know that when big Nor’easter hits,
to stay out of AC right afterwards and let the "skimmers" have at it. Me? I hunt the lesser known older
(not recently replenished beaches) that hold more summers accumulation of treasure within reasonable
reach of my sovereign GT's searchcoil. Do I get to AC?....well that depends.....if I do, I wait for about a
week after the storm and hunt the residual depressions and ripple troughs that cut targets out of the
deep sand in front of where the sand is accreting back onto the beach. So when that Nor’easter blows our
way next. Play it smart. Take a step back and look at the big picture and don't blindly rush down to the
same old beaches that you imagine will produce. Take the time....do your prep work and hit those
beaches that (in reality) actually will produce!!

Stay in touch with the South Jersey Beach and Surf hunting community all month long....become a
member of my Facebook group....it's free and it's a great group of folks from all over the state, the US.
and a few of our folks are even from around the world....We have quite a few SJMDC members that
belong already....hope to see you there....Just click the link and sign up....
http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/group.php?gid=54483518009
                 Well there ya have it....what's stopping you from digging some beach treasure this
month?
                  Get out there and dig some Gold already!!


Brian Mayer              surfdigger07@aol.com



                                      Secretary’s Corner
                                   Secretary's Report by Janis Stuart

1. Our President Larry Fogelman was unable to attend our meeting because he was in Erie,
PA on business. Vice President Marc Spivey did a great job of filling in. It was a very rainy
 night and attendance was low.

2. Surfdigger, Brian Mayer, had made some DVD’s when the Nor’easter’s came through in
November of last year and Dan Knight presented the program. It was very informative and
spoke about a spiral pattern that he used when hunting and also about scallops (low dark
areas) on the beach and scattered shells as a way of targeting areas that you want to hunt.

3. A member from years back donated quite a few Treasure Magazines and Dan Knight put
them out for $.25 a piece. The ones that were not sold at the meeting he will put up for sale on
e-bay and give the proceeds to the Club. Thanks Dan! Joe DeMarco also donated a lot of
Treasure Magazines that someone gave him and those will also be sold on e-bay. You can
check them out on DanKnightfam.

4. Barb Rulon gave a talk about fake Tiffany jewelry. She had bought a bracelet at a yard sale
for $.25 that said Tiffany & Co. It had double hearts on it and was showing signs of wear so
she took it to a Tiffany store in the mall and they said it was a knock-off. The store told her that
they never use double hearts and that the claw clasp is usually bigger than the bracelet she
had. She offered to have everyone look at the bracelet to see what a knock-off looked like.
She also had a real Tiffany bracelet to compare it to. There is an article in Western & Eastern
Treasures by Amy Maruso that talks about knock-offs that you can read in the November issue.

5. A man from Runnemede was at the meeting and told about his daughter losing her
engagement ring. Several people gave him their names and offered to look for it for her.
Apparently she had a fight with her fiancé and threw the ring into the yard. We have not heard
if he recovered it as yet.

6. Everyone was reminded that if your dues are turned in November or December before the
cut off date of April you will be entered for a drawing of a silver round to be awarded at the
Christmas Party.

7. Everyone had a great time at the Atsion Hunt. The Hunt Committee was thanked for all their
hard work.

8. Marc Spivey had wrist bands to be sold for $1 a piece for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
The Club voted to match the amount that was bought by members to make the donation $22.

9. Johnny Dwyer told about some of his finds at the Old Dominion Relic Hunt. He had 1
confederate bullet, an 1820’s button, a 1777 Two Reale, a colonial shoe buckle and a 1723
Woods Hibernia Copper. Mark Mays told about an old Revolutionary War site where he found
a 1667 Spanish COB under an old tree, and 4 seated coins. He was told the site was hunted
out – never believe it!

10. Barb Rulon was awarded her $75 second place prize for the six month contest since she
and Ron were leaving for Florida in a few days.

12. Dan Knight has the instructions for an Ice Cream Maker bought at the Auction at our
October meeting. Whoever bought it should see Dan.

13. Our one month contest winners were Mark Mays, Bob Petrilli (two prizes), Tom Brunker,
Dan Knight and Barb Rulon (two prizes).

14. The Nominations are finalized and our officers for the year 2011 have been installed. Let
us give a big thank you to Marc Spivey for his two years service as our Vice President. And let
us welcome Donna Winzinger as Vice President and welcome back Larry Fogelman as
President and Rich Faunce and Bob Finch as joint Treasurer. I will continue as Secretary. I
would like to thank Diane Toogood for helping with the reporting of the minutes. It was a huge
help.

That’s all for now – hope you all have a great Thanksgiving and happy hunting!
Meeting Pictures




  Barb Rulon’s 14 k Gold and Diamond Ring    Debbie’s M.’s England Finds




            Barb Rulon’s Finds




                                            Mark Mays’ Colonial Era Finds




            Bob Petrilli’s Finds



                                                Johnny Dwyer’s Finds
More Pictures




          Johnny Dwyer’s CW Hunt    Vallrey Mastowski’s Finds
                                           Belmar Hunt




             Mark Mays’ Finds




            Tom Brunker’s Gold




                                   Our Gang at the Belmar Hunt
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                                                                    South Jersey
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Make checks payable to SJMDC and mail to:
SJMDC Membership Secretary PO Box 292 Haddon Heights, NJ 08035
Visit our web site at www.SJMDC.org for information on meeting times, etc.

								
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