- 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 detecting since I was a teenager and seriously detecting for about two years. I have been very successful locating all kinds of lost objects. I really enjoy helping people recover their lost personal treasures and look forward to being of service to you!
Marshall Smith - Recent Blog Post
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 […]
Mark and his dog Pasha were running around and playing in Esprit Park when Mark noticed his wedding ring was missing. Married only a year, he felt a strong sentimental attachment to the special ring. Personally engraved, and made of a rare conductive metal, Tantalum (Ta), which is extremely dense and tough, it was indeed, […]
Everything was fine when Bill and his wife went to bed on Sunday night. It was about 2AM when a Sonoma County Sheriff deputy pounded on their door, screaming for them to get dressed and get out. They had only minutes to grab a few things and throw them in their car. Bill remembered feeling […]
Vacaville Backyard Yields up Lost Neil Lane Diamond Engagement Ring after Missing for a Week! (2017)
b They were partying on Friday night and somehow she lost her wedding ring in the back yard. Reality set in the next morning, “OMG, where’s my ring?”. He vaguely remembered her tossing it out the back door, but that was it. Frantic, they searched and searched the 30×50′ backyard day after day. He even […]
It was William and best friend Irv’s, 4th trip back to Tunitas Creek Beach to look for his cross. It had belonged to his Lebanese uncle and been in the family for generations. Lost while playing football on the previous Saturday, the family treasure remained elusive after three searches, first in the dead of night […]