I got out again yesterday for almost 6 hours and wasn't disappointed. Total for the day was only $2.52, but the other finds more than made up for that. 3 dimes, 1910 Barber and 2 1942s Mercs, and 5 wheats, 1920s, '29s, '41, '42d and '52s. There was also a rather large (2"x2") St. Christopher medal. The front center area looks like silver but could be pewter as well. The back however, looks to be copper. I've found alot of St. Christopher medallions over the years, but never anything this large so I have no idea as to what to actually call it. There is no indication of a loop or pin having been attached to it, so any additional info would be appreciated. The other item pictured is a mystery as well. A quarter size commerative pendant with Dedicated to Service 1886-1962 on it. I've looked on the Internet for info on both items, but didn't have any luck. Other than the usual junk, the only other items were two 1 payment tax tokens.