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  1. #1

    Dec 2003
    Brandon SD
    2 times

    What is the most valuable item ever found

    I would be interested to hear from everyone on their most valuable items found. Break it down: Coin, Jewerly, Relic, etc.

  2. #2
    Jul 2003
    Fishers 1235X-8" CZ-20/21-8" F-70-11"DD GC1023
    52 times

    What is the most valuable item ever found

    No way, never even try to do it. My best find ever is the knowledge and insight into history while doing the research that leads to good sites. That and learning about those RIO's I've found. (Rusty Iron Objects) I was honestly ignorant about the difference between Ox shoe and horse shoes at one time.

    The gold I've piled up is sitting in a couple shoeboxes collecting dust. Rings, bracelets, etc.. Same for the silver. Once you've dug it, stock it and forget it. There's more to be dug. I've posted before some of my favorite finds included rusty opened knives, screws, nails, bullets and broken glass in the city playgrounds. Being an old man with lots of scars I know I've kept a few from happening, that's good enough for me and as good as it gets.

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    Systems Network Manager

    Mar 2003
    Explorer II, X-Terra 70 & Excalibur 1000

    What is the most valuable item ever found

    My most interesting find to date was a watch fob with the inscription of
    "Meet me at the WarPath" with the date of 1911 (I think). I found out years after my dughter lost it that it came from a world's fair in Chicago. The find I value the most is a 1861 Indian Head Penny that I carry in my wallet at all times.

  4. #4

    What is the most valuable item ever found

    I think it's to have enough health to go out into the sites to detecting anything, as my health is bad I find value with me having enjoying searching and detecting as even a pulltab as I am alive to be there.

  5. #5
    Charter Member
    Mar 2003
    Dodge City Kansas
    XP Deus, E-Trac, Makro Racer 2, DFX
    178 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    What is the most valuable item ever found

    I'm with Lowbatts. My most valued item is by far what I have learned through research, my in the field time to dream about what i'm searching for and the memories.

    Now, as far as tangible items

    Coin: 1839-o silver 1/2 dime.

    Now to you who are lucky enough to live in an area with a long history this could be thought as 'modern coinage', but for someone who live in Dodge City kansas where 1872 was the beginning, it's a rare find indeed. Indians didn't seem to drop many coins Besides, being the only coin ever to be recovered(by anyone) from the long lost Fort Mann(1845-1848), it has a very high value to me.


    Womens diamond ring wedding set with 7 diamonds. Appraised at $1,667.00


    State Seal uniform button from the coat of Custer. Documented to have been lost in a campaign while stationed at Fort Dodge.
    The real treasure is in the hunt....

  6. #6

    Dec 2003

    What is the most valuable item ever found

    My most valuable finds so far pale to insignificance when compared to this beauty!!




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