Home > Finds > Big Silver from an Old School Big Silver from an Old School Scott Clark February 20, 2013 Finds This coin is a 1943 Walking Liberty Half I found at an old school. I was about to pack it in for the day because there were so many clad coins. Glad I stayed around for a bit longer. It gave a loud 15-48 on the E-trac. Nearly blew my ears off. Tweet Pin It Related Posts Old Farmhouse Delivers a 5-silver day Promising 1880s House Yields 2 Nice Finds in 30 Minutes Grand Army of the Republic Button Metal Detecting 1835 House – Day Two: 1910 V-Nickle, 3-Ringer, Silver and more… 6 Silver Day at 1835 House About Author Scott Clark Award-winning metal detecting expert involved in adventures throughout the USA (but mostly in Kentucky,) Scott Clark is a frequent presence in Archaeology projects around the commonwealth. One Response Brian March 8, 2013 / I just discovered your blog and have really enjoyed what I’ve read so far. Keep the great videos coming!!