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Saturday, April 24, 2010

1920's: Circa early 20th Century Hill Refrigeration

The above bronze "Hill's Refrigerator" identification relic probably came from one of those old oak refrigerators from the early years of the company. It was buried about 6 inches under an area filled with junk metals. Setting the detector to discriminate between iron and steel, resulted in a very pronounced signal. One of the more interesting aspects of metal detecting lies in the possibility of finding rarities such as the one illustrated.

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