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  1. #16
    us
    Mar 2005
    Fayetteville, AR
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    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Re: I Bow to the DFX God

    Wow, Amazing finds, congrats!!

    HH Twister

  2. #17
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    us
    "Is that a Geiger Counter?"

    Feb 2006
    South Central Upstate NY in the foothills of the headlands
    Minelab Musketeer Advantage Pro w/8" & 10" DD coils/Fisher F75se(Upgraded to LTD2) w/11" DD, 6.5" concentric & 9.5" NEL Sharpshooter DD coils/Sunray FX-1 Probe & F-Point/Black Widows/Rattler headphone
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    Re: I Bow to the DFX God

    Outstanding!

    I got a bad feeling all the locals hereabouts were dirt poor in that time period. That, or it was a barter system of payments. A bushel of turnips don't detect well after 120 years.

    Can't be me.
    America was founded by tough hell-raisers. Rugged citizens who evaded taxes, spoke strongly against tyranny, grew tobacco, brewed beer, distilled spirits, and smuggled weapons. And it will be saved by those same types of citizens.

  3. #18
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    Apr 2007
    God's lap
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    Re: I Bow to the DFX God

    absolutely gorgeous! I would still be doing the happydance a week later! What a find!

  4. #19
    us
    Mar 2006
    Massachusetts
    Mxt 6x10 coil Massachusetts
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    Re: I Bow to the DFX God

    holy smokes dude !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! awesome score there.....
    keenest hobby ever

  5. #20

    Oct 2006
    Zelienople
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    Re: I Bow to the DFX God

    Wonderful! I was so caught up in the other gold coin posted here recently that I almost overlooked your post! Glad I opened it up! The question now is, what do you do for an encore?
    A gentleman farmer named Floyd
    With some of his kin was annoyed
    The boys in their youth
    Did not know the truth
    And one of his tools was destroyed

  6. #21
    us
    Feb 2007
    Land of the Cheese Steak
    Tesoro Eldorado, White's Spectrum XLT
    643

    Re: I Bow to the DFX God

    Fantastic finds! Congrats! Really beautiful coins!
    Just as soon as I belong
        Then it's time I disappear...

  7. #22
    Kas
    Kas is offline
    beep beep.

    Jan 2007
    none....wish I had them all back!
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    Re: I Bow to the DFX God

    Quote Originally Posted by Trash Digger
    That is fantastic. Want to trade DFXs? Mine hasn't found anything like that yet.

    Mike



    Super finds Professor. Doesn't get better than that.

    I run a DFX,too. I've found some good stuff, but nothing like gold, and two in the same hole, almost.
    Just goes to show that it's not so much the machine, but the site you're hunting.

    I realized after a group hunt last week, that a whole bunch of finding the good stuff is luck.
    I'm the friend a friend would like to have.

  8. #23
    us
    Dec 2004
    Long Island New York
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    Re: I Bow to the DFX God

    Fantastic finds prof. Congrats, how can you top that!!!

    kenb

  9. #24
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    My Find of a Lifetime!

    Oct 2006
    Philadelphia Area
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    Re: I Bow to the DFX God

    OMG...I have seen a ton of gold on the forums this week!

    Great finds!!!!!!!

    I think it would be helpful if we all gave more details, such as signal and depth, etc.

    WTG!

  10. #25
    us
    Feb 2005
    Menominee, Michigan
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    Re: I Bow to the DFX God

    absolutely beautiful, finds of a life time. thompy
    where's the good stuff

  11. #26

    Sep 2004
    Western Mass.
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    Re: I Bow to the DFX God

    damn...I bow to you. they're absolutely beautiful, congratulations
    seek and ye shall find sayeth the Lord

  12. #27
    us
    Aug 2005
    Illinois
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    Re: I Bow to the DFX God

    Congratulations on an amazing find....
    MXT,  and just dumb luck.

  13. #28
    RUDY2003

    Re: I Bow to the DFX God

    "HOLY GOLD COINS BATMAN" I WOULD HAVE WANTED TO BUY THE FARM.

  14. #29

    Apr 2007
    Mankato, MN
    Minelab e-Trac, White E-Series DFX
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    Re: I Bow to the DFX God

    Hi Folks,

    Thanks for looking at the post. It is probably the only time I'll be able to post something like this and I really did want to share. Not to brag because so much of this type find is pure luck, but to keep the spark alive that these type finds are still possible and can happen with no warning. It is not for the true weak of heart though. Probably good as a treadmill test. As far as my health, I think my ticker is still in pretty good shape.

    To answer some of the questions, I'll do the best I can. Some of it is foggy. Kinda overloaded by little brain (I used it up while I was still a professor). We all know that gold is not the easiest thing to find. It is not only scarce but unless you have a gold type machine, the signal comes back as iron or something else. I don't even think I have an icon on the DFX for gold. Anyway, I got a signal right by the front porch steps. Strong but kinda odd sounding. Since my other detector is a "dig it all" machine I'm pretty well trained, I said oh what the heck. I'll dig it too. Centered the signal as best I could and dug. It was in the first scoop. Picked it up and brushed it off and it was gold colored between the crud. I couldn't see any detail so I wasn't sure if it was gold or some sort of brass charm off a bracelet. As I covered the hole (I always cover even the really small ones), I looked next to the hole and there was another coin on top of the ground. It was covered in a brown "gunk" and I though it was another Lincoln penny. Flipped it up with the trowel and it was shiny gold underneath. That maked me look at the first coin a little closer. And there she was -Lady Liberty - in all her glory. Honestly, it took about 30 minutes for the find to sink in. It was hard to listen to the signals anymore. All I could think of was finding out what type coins they were. I spent until 3am carefully removing the crud in boiling water with some detergent. Couldn't sleep anyway.

    What do I do for an encore. I don't know. Dig 1000 more pop tops and keep going I guess. I know I will probably never find any more gold. Much less 2 at a time and have them in such good shape. What surprises me is that I don't have gold fever. I am just as excited today knowing that most (if not all) the stuff I dig will be crap. I just want to do more. Gold or no gold.

    I would trade my DFX but I am afraid this one has found all the gold it may ever find. You should keep yours if you haven't punched its "Gold Find" ticket. You are due and I am done.

    Mankto State is still alive and well. I just don't get to go there and play anymore.

    Thanks again for looking and the kind comments. I was lucky. Your day will come. You just don't know when.

    Daryl
    The only way to really understand something is to play with it.

  15. #30
    us
    Dec 2004
    east northport ny
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    Re: I Bow to the DFX God

    i think i might still be leaning on the tree congrats and hh

 

 
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