I was out searching the beach at Point Roberts when I got a 911 call in regards to a lost family heirloom at UBC. I listened to the message and could hear the desperation in the young mans voice and just how important it was to help find his friends lost item.
I called them back and we talked about the search, I headed back across border and straight to UBC. When I arrived at UBC night was fast approaching, I met the two young men, Isaac & Jackson, who are majoring in iron engineering. We discussed the search and where they felt the gold coin could be…I had lights with me so I was prepared to search into the night, if need be so.
I started my grid with Isaac following my every footstep and watching every signal that I checked with my pin pointer. After 15 minutes of doing my grid I saw the gold krugerrand coin right in front of me! I stepped on the coin and put down my detector and turned on the camera on my iPhone 7+
I calmly reached down and said… Is this what you’re looking for? I loved his reaction as he was speechless! Jackson was just as happy to see his best friends gold coin!
Jackson was a huge reason why his best friend got his gold coin back as he was the one who searched online and found TheRingFinders. I always wonder how many people walk away and give up the search for their lost items. Thankfully the internet has made it possible for people to reconnect with their cherished keepsakes.
With close to 400 memebers on TheRingFinders directory… If you’ve lost something sentimental and irreplaceable contact a member nearest you…Your second chance to find what you thought was lost forever!
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Watch the video of the search below…
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3 Replies to “Lost Gold Krugerrand Coin at UBC…Found!”
Awesome search and surprise once again!! Just can’t get enough of those authentic reactions! And I have enjoyed your beach searches as well. Enjoy the warmer days!
Thanks MIke! Send our love to your family!!
Lost krugerrand ring dated 1982 surrounded by 24 diamonds. I believe it was a size 12
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