Still very coolIt's a Utah tax token in rough shape. Made from 1937-42. Used to pay sales tax of less than one cent on small purchases - to avoid rounding up and paying a full cent tax on a five or ten cent purchase.
The two toasted looking coins, one is a 20 Centimo from Peru and the other is some sort of gaming token or something - it says "Naruto" on it?
Metal detecting also begets a micro junk collection. Kind of neat, I can have a junk collection and Cindy doesn't have to see it (and say something about it) every time she leaves the house.
Junk jewelry. And a couple roached wheatbacks and a tax token.
Old and very old buttons and rivets. Ranging in age from 1940's to 1870's.
1880's (or older) ammo.
And the not junk stuff (not very valuable, either, but not junk). Clad, copper pennies and the few pieces of silver I've found so far. There is an ear ring in one of the above pics that is actually 10k gold plated, but the plating amounts to so little gold I still consider it junk.
Have been having fun playing with a detector again.