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  1. #1

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    A GOOD DAY DIVING THE 1715 FLEET!!!



    This week we have had beautiful weather and with good weather comes TREASURE!!!!
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  2. #2
    Seahunter

    Jan 2006
    PALM BEACH COUNTY,FLORIDA
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    Re: A GOOD DAY DIVING THE 1715 FLEET!!!

    Spectacular. Great finds. Can't wait to see what comes next. Good luck.

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    Aquanut

    Jul 2005
    Orlando, Florida
    Fisher CZ21, Tesoro Tiger Shark
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    Re: A GOOD DAY DIVING THE 1715 FLEET!!!

    Greg,
    Way to GOHO!
    Aquanut

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    ARRG

    Dec 2005
    Florida
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    Re: A GOOD DAY DIVING THE 1715 FLEET!!!

    Congratulations!!! Very nice finds…

    All the best,

    Chagy.....
    Researcher, Scuba diver and adventurer , always on the quest of discovering, recovering, conserving and exhibiting colonial-era artifacts and treasure.
    Each excavation site is always treated as an archaeological project.
    "Preserving Maritime History For Future Generations"


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    us
    May 2008
    Wisconsin
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    Re: A GOOD DAY DIVING THE 1715 FLEET!!!

    I'm not the jealous type - good finds!

    "A casual stroll through the lunatic asylum shows that faith does not prove anything." — Friedrich Nietzsche

    "You ask where I live. I cannot tell you. I am a Voyageur, a Chicot, sir. I live everywhere. My grandfather was a voyageur; he died while on a voyage. My father was a voyageur; he died while on a voyage. I will also die while en route, and another Chicot will take my place. Such is our course of life."

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    ScubaGecko

    Jun 2004
    Beaufort, SC
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    Re: A GOOD DAY DIVING THE 1715 FLEET!!!

    Way to go Greg and the Gold Hound Crew!

    Greg, what is the encrusted object that kind of looks like a brooch or pendant?

    Robert

  7. #7
    us
    Jun 2010
    Melbourne, Florida
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    Re: A GOOD DAY DIVING THE 1715 FLEET!!!

    RGecy,
    The picture title is "Locket". Guessing that's what it is. Be interesting to see it once it's cleaned up.

    GOHO
    Nice finds. Always good to find gold. Too cool! Enjoy the weather while it lasts!

  8. #8
    us
    Sep 2004
    Down South - Marietta, GA
    Minelab Explorer SE (land), Aquapulse AQ1B (sea), Fisher CZ-20 (water, beach), Fisher 1266X (woods)
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    Re: A GOOD DAY DIVING THE 1715 FLEET!!!

    Nice finds, especially the 2 escudo. Would like to see closeups on all the coins posted over in the Spanish cobs forum if you get time Greg. We always need something to analyze over there.

    Stan

  9. #9
    us
    Sep 2006
    Pensacola, Fl
    Minelab Explorer XS
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    Re: A GOOD DAY DIVING THE 1715 FLEET!!!

    GOHO...you're livin' the dream bro! Simply awesome...thanks for that.

  10. #10
    us
    Oct 2007
    Pascagoula Ms.
    minelab exp.
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    Re: A GOOD DAY DIVING THE 1715 FLEET!!!


  11. #11
    Cappy Z.

    Re: A GOOD DAY DIVING THE 1715 FLEET!!!



    Carpe' Diem !


  12. #12
    us
    Dec 2009
    NorCal Foothills
    80

    Re: A GOOD DAY DIVING THE 1715 FLEET!!!

    Beautiful finds!!! How deep where you? Hh safe diving

    Nick

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    no
    Mar 2006
    Norway
    XP Goldmaxx Power.
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    Re: A GOOD DAY DIVING THE 1715 FLEET!!!

    Ahh great news. Hope you find more down there.
    Det vi vet er så uendelig lite mot det som har hendt. Arkeologen er som den som går langs en strand og finner småtterier, skyllet i land fra et forsvunnet skib. Men selve skibet som gikk i dypet med menneskene får han aldri se.

    http://www.comepraytherosary.org/

  14. #14

    Apr 2008
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    Re: A GOOD DAY DIVING THE 1715 FLEET!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by RGecy
    Way to go Greg and the Gold Hound Crew!

    Greg, what is the encrusted object that kind of looks like a brooch or pendant?

    Robert

    I called it a Locket but not sure if that is the correct name of the artifact. It looks simular to an artifact that Harold Holden had found on the Douglas Beach site many years ago. It has glass on both sides and i belive it held a portrait or ashes inside... Looks to be Gold Guilted and has a link at the top where a chain connected to it. I will post a picture when it gets cleaned up by the conservation lab.
    All artifacts and coins were found in less than 10' of water.

  15. #15
    us
    Oct 2006
    Sebastian Inlet, Florida
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    Re: A GOOD DAY DIVING THE 1715 FLEET!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by GOHO
    Quote Originally Posted by RGecy
    Way to go Greg and the Gold Hound Crew!

    Greg, what is the encrusted object that kind of looks like a brooch or pendant?

    Robert

    I called it a Locket but not sure if that is the correct name of the artifact. It looks simular to an artifact that Harold Holden had found on the Douglas Beach site many years ago. It has glass on both sides and i belive it held a portrait or ashes inside... Looks to be Gold Guilted and has a link at the top where a chain connected to it. I will post a picture when it gets cleaned up by the conservation lab.
    All artifacts and coins were found in less than 10' of water.
    Which site do you work Greg? I was at ambersands beach this weekend with the family and couldn't help to wonder if the boat working the cabin wreck only several hundred yards away found anything. Visibility up here was spectacular, kids were snorkeling chasing around nurse sharks. I'm sure it had to be a great day to be a treasure hunter.
    There are 10 types of people in this world:  those who understand binary and those who don't.

 

 
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