LOST PLATINUM WEDDING BAND BUILDING A SNOWMAN in Brampton, ON πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦

  • from Brampton (Ontario, Canada)

Young couple was building a snowman ⛄️ in a school sports field yesterday and the young man took his gloves off at one point. He then realized after a while he lost his platinum wedding band in the snow. They purchased a metal detector but had no luck. They reached out to me late last night and I made arrangement to meet them at the area very early this morning with all respecting COVID-19
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I started off by circular gridding the snowman. Then at one point I continued in a half moon grid as it was evident I wasn’t required to check down the slop. A half pass later, I heard the double tone with a 16 number on the Minelab Equinox 800! I cleared the snow away and saw the round ring shape in a portion of the snow I had just moved.

I then asked to do a video for the blog for good luck ….and here’s what happened!! Video link below

Another #PAYITFORWARD donation coming into the Kelly Shires Breast Cancer Foundation! In turn the clients receive a tax receipt for their donation!!

Thank you Aman & Harman for calling upon my services!! I love using my detecting skills/passion to help other on lost sentimental/valuable items!!

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3 Replies to “LOST PLATINUM WEDDING BAND BUILDING A SNOWMAN in Brampton, ON πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦”

  1. Aman says:

    We are so grateful to Alison, who was able to assist us in finding the lost wedding ring. We had bought a metal detector ourselves but had no clue how to determine the difference between a nail in the ground and a ring. It’s always best to call a professional like Alison who has the experience

  2. Mark Ellis says:

    Great find Alison.!!!
    Love your videos. Keep them coming.

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