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  1. #101
    pickaway

    Re: Pics of my Collection

    You should post the artifacts in the american indian artifacts forum on this site...

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  3. #102
    gb
    Nov 2009
    newcastle upon tyne-north east uk
    garrett ace 250 6.5x9 and 12x9,also 4 inch sniper coil
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    Re: Pics of my Collection

    thats sum collection damm fine as you guys say

  4. #103
    ua
    Jun 2010
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    Re: Pics of my Collection

    very, very impressive!!!

  5. #104
    us
    Feb 2010
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    Re: Pics of my Collection

    I ran across your thread today and the pics of your very, very nice collection. Your pictures took me back some 55 years into my past as a young boy of 8 years old walking the plowed cornfields after a good rain along Indian Creek in south central Indiana. Several of your points look nearly identical to some found by that barefoot boy walking those muddy fields long ago. You are most certainly very proud of your father, grandpa, and the heritage of this wonderful collection that you have built upon. Thank you so much for sharing.

    Incidentally, here is an article that speaks of the mid-era woodlands indians of north Georgia trading for obsidian as early as 500 BC. That is a very old and exquisite artifact you have there, as are many of your other pieces.

    http://ngeorgia.com/ang/Woodland_Indians

  6. #105
    us
    Dec 2006
    Maryland
    Explorer SE, DFX, CTX 3030
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    Re: Pics of my Collection

    I like everything except the dimes. I see lots of those fellar.

    Seriously though...thats a fantastic collection!

  7. #106
    ie
    Sep 2010
    France
    ACE 250,
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    Re: Pics of my Collection

    Hi there

    Amazing finds.

    What ratio of metal to stone? Do you reckon.

    Is the green one glass?

    Excellant

    rory

    The body wants to go back in time, the heart lives for today and the mind thinks about the future.

  8. #107
    us
    Jun 2008
    Kalamazoo County, Michigan
    Garrett AT Pro, Garret Pro-Pointer, Gut Feelings
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    Re: Pics of my Collection

    Quote Originally Posted by DigEmAll
    Many have asked for pictures. It has taken me a while to take some, but since I am home alone today and nobody can gripe about what's on the table....

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    A priceless collection. Superb.

    Terry
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  9. #108

    Aug 2005
    Eastern UP, Michigan
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    Re: Pics of my Collection

    Quote Originally Posted by Whodowl
    I ran across your thread today and the pics of your very, very nice collection. Your pictures took me back some 55 years into my past as a young boy of 8 years old walking the plowed cornfields after a good rain along Indian Creek in south central Indiana. Several of your points look nearly identical to some found by that barefoot boy walking those muddy fields long ago. You are most certainly very proud of your father, grandpa, and the heritage of this wonderful collection that you have built upon. Thank you so much for sharing.

    Incidentally, here is an article that speaks of the mid-era woodlands indians of north Georgia trading for obsidian as early as 500 BC. That is a very old and exquisite artifact you have there, as are many of your other pieces.

    http://ngeorgia.com/ang/Woodland_Indians
    Thanks for the link Whodowl! I didn't realize folks were STILL reading this post.
    Garrett 2500 Pro, Cobra Beach Magnet, Bullseye 140mm, and a Magnet on a stick.

  10. #109

    Aug 2005
    Eastern UP, Michigan
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    Re: Pics of my Collection

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.T
    Hi there

    Amazing finds.

    What ratio of metal to stone? Do you reckon.

    Is the green one glass?

    Excellant

    rory

    Rory, I have about five metal pieces TOTAL in the collection. The green one is actually a dark grey. It is obsidian which is volcanic glass. It just looked green when held up to the light.
    Garrett 2500 Pro, Cobra Beach Magnet, Bullseye 140mm, and a Magnet on a stick.

  11. #110

    Aug 2005
    Eastern UP, Michigan
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    Re: Pics of my Collection

    Quote Originally Posted by gwdigger
    I like everything except the dimes. I see lots of those fellar.

    Seriously though...thats a fantastic collection!
    Hey! Quite mister! Or next time I'll use PULL TABS!
    Garrett 2500 Pro, Cobra Beach Magnet, Bullseye 140mm, and a Magnet on a stick.

  12. #111

    Feb 2008
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    Re: Pics of my Collection

    wow! wow! wow! FANTASTIC!

  13. #112

    Aug 2005
    Eastern UP, Michigan
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    Re: Pics of my Collection

    Thanks for all the great remarks fellas!
    Garrett 2500 Pro, Cobra Beach Magnet, Bullseye 140mm, and a Magnet on a stick.

  14. #113
    ge
    Apr 2011
    Georgia
    Teknetics Delta 4000
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    Re: Pics of my Collection

    That is a truly marvelous collection. I am in awe sir. This thread is definitely worthy of its place in the "Best Of" forum.

    I know someone mentioned loaning them out to be displayed, but if I were you I would try to open up my own museum!

    I don't doubt your story about the North Georgia obsidian Clovis. Northeast Georgia seems to mainly be quartz, also a little flint, but a friend of mine has found some points made of non-native stone over in Ball Ground GA.

    Again, outstanding collection. You should do like Ralph Foster at The School of The Ozarks.

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    LMAO

  15. #114
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    Re: Pics of my Collection

    his father the greatest hunter of Native American artifacts.!
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  16. #115

    Apr 2003
    Alberta
    Various Minelabs(5000, 2100, X-Terra 705), Falcon MD20, and the Tesoro Sand Shark for sniping underwater on cleaned bedrock.
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    Metal detecting for gold and Surface Suction Sluicing, AKA Triple-S mining.

    Re: Pics of my Collection

    Dig--amazing collection--fantastic pictures!!

    All the best,

    Lanny
    Nothin' quite as fun as chasin' sassy gold! http://www.treasurenet.com/forums/me...mysteries.html

  17. #116
    ca
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    Very nice collection!
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  18. #117

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  19. #118

    Aug 2005
    Eastern UP, Michigan
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    Thanks for all the wonderful comments guys! I am really glad you all are enjoying the pics. That was the only reason I posted them was for you guys to enjoy! Man, I gotta lot to catch up on with my slight absence for the board! LOL
    Garrett 2500 Pro, Cobra Beach Magnet, Bullseye 140mm, and a Magnet on a stick.

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  21. #120
    Charter Member
    us
    Looking for Coins of the Past

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    Very Cool! Thanks for sharing as well!!!
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