Our Sunday hunt was at an old football field that dates back to the late 1950's and is no longer played on. The old rusty goalposts still stand as does the scoreboard which is faded, rusted, and no longer keeps score. We spent two and a half hours before darkness put an end to the hunt and we dug 75 clads with a face value of $10.23. With a half hour or so before dark I got a solid hit on my AT Max with a VDI of 87 which generally means a clad quarter. The depth reading was at four bars meaning somewhere between six and eight inches which was kind of deep for a clad quarter but not impossible. When I saw the coin in the plug I first thought it was a clad half but after rubbing some of the dirt off it, I could see that it was in fact a Fugio Cent, minted in 1788 but dated 1787, and minted in my home state of Connecticut in the town of New Haven. It's unfortunately pretty well toasted but is now my oldest US coin find.