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  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by sonofadigger
    Well all the cars and toys you can send to me cuz I love that stuff and the rest take to the scrap yard make a lil money I will take all jewelry and tokens as well
    After you get a bunch if it what would you do with it. Store it in cigar boxes. Then what?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ticm View Post
    After you get a bunch if it what would you do with it. Store it in cigar boxes. Then what?
    i display that kind of stuff in my display cases and then some just sit in my interesting finds bag
    ITS NOT HOW BIG YOUR COIL IS ITS HOW YOU SWING IT..


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  3. #18
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    Quote Originally Posted by sonofadigger

    i display that kind of stuff in my display cases and then some just sit in my interesting finds bag
    I have a bunch of stuff I like on display too. That's why I am trying to make more room. My space is getting limited.

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    put a for free sign on it and stick it outside and i'll drive to jersey and get it
    ITS NOT HOW BIG YOUR COIL IS ITS HOW YOU SWING IT..


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    John

    Sep 2012
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    I agree steampunks would pay for that stuff. Put it up on Freecycle if you want to give it away. Craigslist if you want to sell it.
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  6. #21

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    recycle the brass

  7. #22
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    I'll Take a box of the jewelry looking stuff

  8. #23
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    Sep 2012
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    If you really have that much and you have sifted out all of the relics, I would take the lot down to your local scrap metal buyer.
    You might be surprised what this stuff is worth.

  9. #24
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    Sep 2012
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    Quote Originally Posted by ticm View Post
    Nothing worth selling. I could give it to someone, but who would want it?
    Therein is your answer.

    Yes, it's nice junk with every piece linked to the memory of finding it. We all like to possess things but hoarding can become a serious problem. Toss the items but retain the memories. You won't regret it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by poptab1

    Therein is your answer.

    Yes, it's nice junk with every piece linked to the memory of finding it. We all like to possess things but hoarding can become a serious problem. Toss the items but retain the memories. You won't regret it.
    Excellent idea!

  11. #26
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    I say if you don't want to sell it, send it to me and I will pay for the shipping! I love found junk! Serious

  12. #27
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    Jun 2011
    Monroe County Ohio
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    I love findin stuff like that...Better then Zinkons

  13. #28
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    Do not forget me 24601

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    Donate it to the art department of your high school...maybe the metal works class could make mini statutes from the items.

  14. #29
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    With all that Loot, you could have a Metal detecting day at some kids hospital where their in there for cancer or something and put on a seeded hunt for them.

    They'd love it.
    My ability to learn and grow may be my greatest asset.

  15. #30
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    Hey ticm, 29 posts on this worthless junk. You're gonna get the record. Why don't you just throw it all away just to piss everyone off. Or scatter it up and down the beach, ah, a brilliant idea you had. Tell you what, scatter it, give em the coordinates and I'll buy the beer and we can sit and watch everyone detect for it. Only problem will be the dozen or so posts with pics that we'll have to look at as they display their new finds.

 

 
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