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  1. #31
    Apr 2006
    25 times
    Banner Finds (2)
    Honorable Mentions (1)

    Re: I Bow to the DFX God

    I bow to you Prof for these awesome finds...wow!!!
    Are they your first gold coins from detecting?

    What an amazing find, a TH'ers dream come true. CONGRATS!!
    Thanks for sharing buddy!

    "I'm a finder, not a loser!"

  2. #32

    Aug 2005
    59 times

    Re: I Bow to the DFX God

    Congrats on the sweet finds!

  3. #33
    Oct 2006
    SW Idaho
    Minelab Explorer SE, Sunray X-1 probe
    10 times

    Re: I Bow to the DFX God

    Koodo's man!

  4. #34

    Sep 2005
    Cleveland, OH
    35 times

    Re: I Bow to the DFX God

    When I first looked I thought that those looked like some really nice Large Cents. Looked a little closer and said - wow he found two gold coins!!

    Congratulations and thanks for sharing. Now I have to get back to digging tin foil, pull tabs,....

    Minelab Exp II, Whites DFX, Whites Classic III(former Tejon, CoinStrike & Quattro user)

  5. #35

    Jun 2005
    2 times

    Re: I Bow to the DFX God

    wtg prfessor that sure beats pull tabs that we all dig up

  6. #36

    Aug 2006
    Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio
    duh...duh... DFX
    140 times

    Re: I Bow to the DFX God

    unfreaking believable.

    I think it's finds like this that reinforce my willingness to dig almost any +VDI.

    I have found quite a few gold rings and they ALL rang up funky and I KNOW that many folks would have passed them up thinking "oh well that foil...and other non-desirable detritus"

    Thanks for fueling the fire Prof!!
    "The Beauvians are obviously reptilian"
    Riley Martin

  7. #37

    Jul 2004
    Shelbyville or any yard where the owner will let me detect!
    ace 250
    185 times
    Metal Detecting
    Banner Finds (1)

    Re: I Bow to the DFX God

    just plain awesome....

  8. #38

    Mar 2007
    central minnesota
    whites dfx
    5 times

    Re: I Bow to the DFX God

    wow can i ask you what program you were using ?
    the big treasure is always just around the corner

  9. #39

    Apr 2007
    North Carolina
    15 times

    Re: I Bow to the DFX God

    Truely a wonderful find ! I only found an old sardine can yesterday but I'm just a newbie
    That man is a success who has lived well, laughed often and loved much.......   Robert Lewis Stevenson

  10. #40
    Jan 2007
    California - Solano County
    Minelab Explorer SE, Sunray X-1 Probe
    3 times

    Re: I Bow to the DFX God

    The holy grail.. congrats.... i think im sold on the DFX... and hunting 1870's property.. lol..

    great job!!!

    couple more finds like that could pay for your machine..... atleast justify it to the misses.. lol

  11. #41

    Dec 2006
    White's XLT/E-Trac
    1 times

    Re: I Bow to the DFX God

    Simply Beautifull!

  12. #42
    World's Greatest Hobby

    Aug 2006
    Vicksburg MS
    Shadow X5/Fisher 1266/Nautilus DMC-IIB/Tesoro Bandido/NOT ONE SE
    1 times

    Re: I Bow to the DFX God

    I've been hunting for 40 years and never found a gold coin. Congratulations are definitely in order.
    Hill City Rebel

  13. #43

    Dec 2006
    Eastern North Carolina
    White's DFX
    20 times

    Re: I Bow to the DFX God

    Quote Originally Posted by BioProfessor
    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.

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

    Never say never. Any one of us could find gold our next time out. I believe MDing is part skill, part luck, and part determination. Research plays an important part, too. For instance, I believe finding an old plantation house site increases the odds of finding gold or silver coins more so than the old sharecropper/tenement house locations that I have been hunting lately. But we never know, and that is what keeps this hobby exciting.


  14. #44
    Oct 2006
    Wartburg, Tennessee, U.S.A.
    Garrett Ace 250, Tesoro Tiger Shark, Garrett AT Pro
    123 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Honorable Mentions (2)

    Re: I Bow to the DFX God

    Yes I also think that would qualify as good as a treadmill test. You are one really lucky man there. CONGRATS ON THE GOLD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Disclaimer: The views or opinions of this patient are not necessarily the same as those held by the owners or staff of this facility.
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    Signed, Dr. Ima Quack

  15. #45
    Wolfpack Life Member

    Mar 2005
    Stephens City, Virginia
    Treasure Ace250 Tesoro Cibola
    40 times

    Re: I Bow to the DFX God

    Awesome, I'm speechless.




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