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  1. #21

    Feb 2007

    Re: "Bicycle Chain" Appraisal...$30,000


    Nice find! But a "Gent's chain...", hmmmm, 31", with all those diamonds, possibly(?)
    a "waist chain" for a female?


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  3. #22
    Nov 2010
    Bounty Hunter Tracker IV
    431 times

    Re: "Bicycle Chain" Appraisal...$30,000

    Awesome chain! Just saw this for the first time, really glad you posted it with the appraisal so those of us who haven't been on t-net very long can see it now. I love the pic with your diamond & gold chain surrounding your other beautiful finds. And golly gee, I think the small name bracelet may have my name on it (Andrea) but if so, I can't honestly say I lost that, hee-he. Thanks for sharing all this with us. Is it too late for us to recommend the awesome chain for the Banner? Andi

  4. #23
    Oct 2007
    Creedmoor, NC
    Minelab Excalibur II / Vibra p. 570
    Honorable Mentions (1)

    Re: "Bicycle Chain" Appraisal...$30,000

    Really nice finds. That chain should buy one heck of a detector. Could you imagine wearing that bad boy around and then losing it. I think if i wasn't a detectorist i would be as soon as i lost that hunk of moola! Again thanks for the info and good hunting!

  5. #24
    Dec 2008
    South Korea
    Cobra II/Minelab Sovereign
    14 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Re: "Bicycle Chain" Appraisal...$30,000

    When you posted it here, you never mentioned that you found it. (That's a pretty expensive "chain" to be found anyplace.)
    Well, the questions were asked, you answered them, plus (with the pic of a few of your other finds), so now it is HIGH FIVE TIME!!! Undoubtedly you are doing many things right.
    NOW......I hope that you locate it's sister......or, if you are hunting beaches that have seen wrecks near them, then I hope
    that some gold washes up under your detector. Keep posting......you give all of us something to aim for....and hope for.
    Can't find it if you're watching tv at home, your machine isn't on, and the head of your detector is pointed up!!

  6. #25
    Nov 2011
    Whites DFX, Garrett GMH, Toltec 100, Whites PI 3000, Fisher 75, Whites Silver Eagle 2, Whites Beachcomber, and several others from 1968 to Present
    74 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Excuse me while I Pick Up ----

    my jaw. It just dropped. !!!!! Awesome find. PEACE:RONB

  7. #26
    Dig 'em!

    Jul 2008
    Federal Way, WA
    V3i, DFX, Beachhunter ID
    48 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Re: "Bicycle Chain" Appraisal...$30,000

  8. #27
    Feb 2007
    East Central Florida WP
    Whites XLT / M6
    10 times

    Re: "Bicycle Chain" Appraisal...$30,000

    Super find. Congrats.

    Ray S ECenFL
    Wolf Pack Member

  9. #28
    Mar 2009
    551 times
    Metal Detecting
    Banner Finds (3)

    Re: "Bicycle Chain" Appraisal...$30,000

    nice chain
      No matter how long the storm, the sun always shines again between the clouds ...... 

  10. #29
    Nov 2011
    Higher-North-Shore Qc.
    Garret Ace 350
    6 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Re: "Bicycle Chain" Appraisal...$30,000

    Quote Originally Posted by cjc
    Quote Originally Posted by hammered
    Quote Originally Posted by cjc
    Quote Originally Posted by Breezie
    Did you dig this? Breezie
    I wish everyone would stop asking me that! I've only got 11 detectors. There's lots of ways I would come up with a chain like that.

    Now that's boasting , I've only got 2, detectors that is

    Holy crow! I'm not boasting--just trying to indicate that I live and breathe detectors. Besides, having eleven of them just means that you spend a lot of time at the post office. Ya, I found it, going right in behind pros who work the same section every day. I did post the "story" and thought THAT would be the mark of a blowhard--to go over it again. I'll say this: It came from in a lot of iron working with a DF--basically by way of tuning, listening and coil control. I credit a few things I learnt from Craig PI, Mike Robinson / Jim Pugh and a few others about how to use a PI --a lot of practice, and a lot of digs. These are the basics that I try to teach in my books--if you do things properly for long enough in the right place... The site it came from has very complex patterns with the classifiction of targets and the way sand is exchanged. I like where it gets more solid as the draw starts--not the mush at the bottom. I look for scalloping in this first part of the incline--stuff coming out of the hill. Got a tiny signal, compared it to my tester (6 gram) sounded about the same, dug and thought: look at this ugly stainless chunk of crap! It sounded "clatterey" like the fake silver they sell on the beach in Cancun (not from there). Anyhow got it home and it scratched 14K and I decided to keep it. It had been down long enough for the spring to rust out.
    ...did I find it...yer hurtin' my feelings...
    Picture shows a few more of my finds for that year.
    Don't worry about it cjc, I have posted a 17th century French Sword "gold on iron" and a 17th century Raven Lamp "Could you turn on the light please" all in "my best finds" and after about three weeks and many hundreds of downloads I have had only a few comments, either people are not interested or they are posted in a semi- closed circuit, they are finds of great historic value but maybe having no stars on our flag keeps some people from responding, I am a bit disapointed since I wanted to share my finds with TH fans, so maybe I'm just to proud about them or people think they are fakes. You have so far 4274 views with only 28 replies and some of the replies are from the same persons. ??

    Anyways congrats on your finds you are one lucky guy, don't spend it all in the same place...lol.

  11. #30
    Jan 2010
    Knoxvegas, TN
    Whites DFX, Fisher F2
    21 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    This is really cool.
    Oh, by the way, it's mine. I'll need to take that back, K, thanks, bye.

  12. #31

    May 2008
    Sand Shark
    26 times
    Great find, I remember when you posted that one some time ago...Had it for my screen saver, till that Gary guy's emerald ring came along....

  13. #32

    Apr 2012
    Wa. State
    Quattro, DeLeon, Tiger Shark, Garrett probe , 5" concentric , 10.5 " DD & 18" DD for minelabs. 8" coil hard wired to TS
    47 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Why include the nickel in the picture?
    It's no wonder truth is stranger than fiction. Fiction has to make sense. Mark Twain

  14. #33

    Nov 2008
    Mid southern NH
    Minelab Explorer XS,Minelab Excaliber 800, Ace 250, Minelab X-Terra 70, Garrett AT-Pro, Garrett Pro Pointer
    3 times
    Metal detecting Land and water, Old bottles and Glass insulators, Fishing
    I have one of your books Clive, on the Minelab Excaliber. Very nice find!!! Cheers!


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