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  1. #46
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    Re: German Gold-Gulden Coin, 1480 !

    Way to go on a great find. And I especially liked the discussion between TheDane and the fellow from England, and the
    different countries' rules. Perhaps this post could be sent to some of our elected officials, and they might see a different
    way of doing business. Your rules predate the pilgrims crossing the Atlantic, even Columbus sailing to discover the New
    World. Wonder if the new kid on the block, aka The U.S.ofA, could learn something from our older cousins?
    Again, great post.
    Can't find it if you're watching tv at home, your machine isn't on, and the head of your detector is pointed up!!

  2. #47

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    Re: German Gold-Gulden Coin, 1480 !

    That is a tiny work of art, beautiful!

  3. #48

    Re: German Gold-Gulden Coin, 1480 !

    Quote Originally Posted by hikeinmts
    Way to go on a great find. And I especially liked the discussion between TheDane and the fellow from England, and the
    different countries' rules. Perhaps this post could be sent to some of our elected officials, and they might see a different
    way of doing business. Your rules predate the pilgrims crossing the Atlantic, even Columbus sailing to discover the New
    World. Wonder if the new kid on the block, aka The U.S.ofA, could learn something from our older cousins?
    Again, great post.
    Talking about rules in the US.

    How are rules in you country?

    Are there things that must be given to museums, or can the finder always keep the finds?

    Would realy interest me !


  4. #49
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    Re: German Gold-Gulden Coin, 1480 !

    Will reply to your question the best I know how.
    First, in S. Korea, I only know of one Korean person who has a metal detector.....saw a program about him a couple of times on t.v. He hunts beaches with his wife.....she is the digger. He makes tons of finds on the beaches he hunts.
    Certain areas are off-limits, such as old castle sites, old Buddhist temple ruins, etc. Anything in the seas are off-limits to hunting.
    And, I am pretty sure that anything that might have particular historic interest must be reported. But, to who, I have no idea.
    I do have one object that myself and another helper have found, that I will be turning in to the museum nearest the place where we found it.
    As far as coins go, we did do some research on them, and there are no restrictions on hunting the older coins.
    So, things are pretty open for hunting coins, and there are many many public hiking areas, and the country has not developed
    the "fencing" mentallity. Much more open to people in the hills, then in the States......even tho all the mts are owned by someone.
    That's the best I can do about S. Korea's laws on metal detecting. I do feel very comfortable and fortunate in being able to detect here.
    Can't find it if you're watching tv at home, your machine isn't on, and the head of your detector is pointed up!!

  5. #50

    Re: German Gold-Gulden Coin, 1480 !

    Thank you, hikeinmts !

    Very interesting to hear about S. Korea, do you actually live there, your avatar says the US ?

    I was actually hoping to hear something about the rules in the USA too !

    Maybe someone will enlighten me !


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    Re: German Gold-Gulden Coin, 1480 !

    Hi TheDane i think i located your coin online listed @ this
    web site & it shows a value associated with it

    http://www.vcoins.com/ancient/ritter...idProduct=1730

    from anouther web site i located this info.
    Click image for larger version. 

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    Dave
    [i]Treasure Hunting America Texas Style
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  7. #52

    Re: German Gold-Gulden Coin, 1480 !

    Quote Originally Posted by X-Terra70_TreasureHunter
    Hi TheDane i think i located your coin online listed @ this
    web site & it shows a value associated with it

    http://www.vcoins.com/ancient/ritter...idProduct=1730

    Dave
    Nice research, but fairly irrelavant when its being given up to the Museum. He gets a finders fee/reward instead.(I think)
    TOO BUSY TO DETECT, YOU'RE TOO BUSY!!!

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  8. #53

    Re: German Gold-Gulden Coin, 1480 !

    Thank you guys !!

    Not entirely irrelevant, gives me an idea what level the reward could / should be !

    Thanks !

  9. #54
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    Re: German Gold-Gulden Coin, 1480 !

    Hello, to TheDane,\
    I do live in S. Korea. I own a small business here, so do my metal detecting here. I am from the U.S., Oregon State, but am
    only back in the States once every 4 or 5 years. So, I do not know too much about the rules of metal detecting there, except
    that any government land seems to be off-limits. (Someone correct me if I am wrong.)
    Of course, approval for any hunting on pvt. land. And any Indian sites are off-limits.......if that were strictly enforced, then
    there would be almost no hunting allowed anywhere, as the Indians lived in/on the land for centuries before the Europeans
    got there.
    Archeologists try to restrict THing as much as they can. Not like they will ever be able to hunt/do digs on all the sites that they
    want put off-limits. Just, they don't want any of us to dig. (Is "selfish" the right word?)
    Anything of any value, normally, will end up in court, as ne-er-do-wells try to get as much of a cut of the pie as possible......
    along with the lawyers, who use the law to line their pockets. (Forget ethics. Just, can I win the case, by hook or by crook.
    O.J.......are you listening?)
    Other than that, you will get some good - better than my - info about rules, etc.
    Can't find it if you're watching tv at home, your machine isn't on, and the head of your detector is pointed up!!

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    Re: German Gold-Gulden Coin, 1480 !

    Great coin, but get your own thread.
    cjc
    cjc

  11. #56

    Re: German Gold-Gulden Coin, 1480 !

    Quote Originally Posted by cjc
    Great coin, but get your own thread.
    cjc
    TOO BUSY TO DETECT, YOU'RE TOO BUSY!!!

    'No good comes from thinking about how much time we waste detecting, as wasted time is good soul time' - me 25/06/08
    How do you find Gold coins? Reply: 'By finding lots of Silver ones..'
    A real man thinks about detecting every 6 seconds.
    'They look over their shoulder, I look to the ground.' 30/09/12
    We can not understand ourselves unless we understand our HISTORY.
    PMA:Positive MetalDetecting Attitude.

  12. #57
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    May 2008
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    Re: German Gold-Gulden Coin, 1480 !

    Quote Originally Posted by CRUSADER
    Quote Originally Posted by cjc
    Great coin, but get your own thread.
    cjc


    me too
    Who needs Cartwheel Pennies anyway?

  13. #58

    Re: German Gold-Gulden Coin, 1480 !

    Quote Originally Posted by cjc
    Great coin, but get your own thread.
    cjc
    You mean me, cjc ...

    ... or what´s up !

    I think it is my thread !

  14. #59
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    Re: German Gold-Gulden Coin, 1480 !

    wow!!!very nice coin!!!!!!
    I quit smoking 2/26/08
    cleaning  Earth 1 pulltab at a time.

  15. #60
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    Beautiful coin,Great hunt.

 

 
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