- Land/Shallow Water Search
Cost For My Service
Reward basis... you pay what you can afford and what it's worth to you to have me find your lost ring, plus applicable call out fuel charge, typically $25-$50 locally
Jewelry, keys, coins, watches and metal artifacts on land, on beaches, in parks, fields and in water up to 5 feet deep.
San Francisco California and the surrounding areas.
San Mateo and the surrounding areas.
Half Moon Bay and the surrounding areas.
Marshall Smith's Bio
I have been metal detecting since I was a teenager and seriously detecting for about five years. I have been very successful locating all kinds of lost valuable objects. I really enjoy helping people and look forward to being of service to you.
Marshall Smith - Recent Blog Post
Real Estate Corner Metal Pin Location Service for Realtor in Novato, California – Metal Detecting Marin County (2018)
Owners selling beautiful home high in the hills above Novato, unable to locate one of the rear corners lot “pins”, 200 feet from the street. The plat from the Realtor showed the other rear corner 100 feet away. By measuring 200 feet from the street, and 100 feet from the existing rear corner marker, I […]
Josh and his wife were just picking up their picnic stuff after a nice afternoon at the beach. They had chosen a secluded spot way up on the dunes, where they could could see the whole beach, to set up. As Josh reached down for his backpack to leave, his wedding band slipped off his […]
Surfer Buries Stuff: Lost Wallet & iPhone: Successful Metal Detecting on Ocean Beach, San Francisco, California 94122 (2018)
It was a perfect day for surfing at San Francisco’s magnificent Ocean Beach. Kyle took the tram from his home in The Castro right to the beach at Judah Ave and the Great Highway. He was eager to hit the big leftbreak with his pal Max. He placed his wallet and iPhone in a sandwich […]
Metal Detecting Large Silver Coin Collection, Recovered in Coffey Park Neighborhood, after Santa Rosa, CA Wild Fires 95403 (2018)
Their home burned to the ground, and their 2,00o silver coin collection buried somewhere in the ruble, these homeowners reached out to me for assistance. The photos generally speak for themselves. Setting: Aftermath of the Coffey Park neighborhood fire. First silver coins located under about 18 inches of fire debris. Husband and wife, in PPE […]
On a recent evening, Bob attempted to cut across a planted area between parking rows, misjudged the step down and ended up tumbling into a bed of deep decorative cut grass. His glasses fell off into the deep grass, and after searching for over an hour in the semi darkness, he was miraculously able to […]