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  1. #1
    ru
    May 2005
    Germany
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    Dead detector but living history.

    Finally it happened and my detector doesn't work anymore - so I can't show you new finds anymore.
    I decided to share from time to time some of my last year finds.

    Here are buttons, they are all here because of the composition - arsenic bronse - and they were quite common in 17-19 century
    Mostly they are civil, but some bulging buttons, which look like tits, were worn by hussars in 1800s.



    Thanks for viewing and HH

    Sand

  2. #2
    us
    Apr 2006
    The Great State of Louisiana
    P.O.S.
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    Re: Dead detector but living history.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sand
    ...but some bulging buttons, which look like tits, were worn by hussars in 1800s.

  3. #3
    us
    This aint no damn flea circus!!!

    Mar 2006
    Livin' in a tar-paper shack in the woods of Eastern Idaho!
    Fisher F70, Whites QXT, Garrett Pro-Pointer, "Mighty" Diggin' Tool
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    Re: Dead detector but living history.

    He said tits! tee hee

    Sorry about your dead machine, any plans to get another soon?
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  4. #4
    us
    Feb 2005
    Bavaria Germany
    Minelab XT70, Fisher 1280, Garrett Ace 250 and MH5
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    Re: Dead detector but living history.

    Hi Sand, I hope you mean your detector is dead because you have no place to detect! Summer is a bad time of year where we have to look for other places to detect, the fields are full! If you have electronic failure on the detector, I might be able to help as I am an Electronics Technician and I'm willing to look at your detector for the price of a cup of coffee, LOL, send me a private message, email or telephone me and I'll come over and have a look at it, take it with me and repair it if necessary. Maybe this weekend. HH and let me know, nice tits by the way, Mike

  5. #5
    us
    Mar 2006
    Massachusetts
    Mxt 6x10 coil Massachusetts
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    Re: Dead detector but living history.

    hope its nothing major,, bad time of year to go belly up..........
    keenest hobby ever

  6. #6

    Oct 2005
    Charleston S.C.
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    Re: Dead detector but living history.

    SAND, They Look Like What? Trk5capt...
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  7. #7
    us
    Apr 2006
    Michigan
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    Re: Dead detector but living history.

    Nice collection of Ti... er buttons you have there.
    SOrry to hear about the detector going bad.
    Hope you can get a new one soon.

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

  8. #8
    us
    This aint no damn flea circus!!!

    Mar 2006
    Livin' in a tar-paper shack in the woods of Eastern Idaho!
    Fisher F70, Whites QXT, Garrett Pro-Pointer, "Mighty" Diggin' Tool
    3,058
    22 times

    Re: Dead detector but living history.

    Hey Trk5capt, he said TITS! TEE HEE
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    "Agitate! Agitate! Ought to be the motto of every reformer. Agitation is the opposite of stagnation...... one is life, the other death."
    -Ernestine L. Rose-

  9. #9
    us
    May 2006
    Gold Coast
    224
    2 times

    Re: Dead detector but living history.

    Sorry to hear about the metal detector, May it rest in piece, OK thats over go get a new one and get hunting
    Garrett Ace 250 (Dry) / Whites Beach Hunter ID (Shallow) / Fisher 1280-X (Deep)

  10. #10
    ru
    May 2005
    Germany
    Garrett Ace 250; Minelab Explorer II
    305
    1 times

    Re: Dead detector but living history.

    OK, guys - I am not english native speaker . Probably "teats" sounds better?

    HH Sand

  11. #11
    us
    Oct 2005
    Summerville, South Carolina
    Tesoro "Eldorado", Whites "Beach Hunter ID",
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    Re: Dead detector but living history.

    Nice collection whatever you call them, HH ( hope you get detector problem fixed soon, )Art...

  12. #12
    us
    Dec 2004
    Troy X5
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    Re: Dead detector but living history.

    ENGLISH SLANG = TITS = "sweater meat"............
    All animals are equal, but some are more equal then others. -George Orwell

  13. #13
    us
    May 2006
    Haverhill, MA
    Bounty Hunter - QuickSilver
    298
    9 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Re: Dead detector but living history.

    LMAO..... that one word brought the average member age from 35 to 12.... lmao.....

    Beautiful set of buttons you found.
    When you have children, you realize what your purpose in life is. There is nothing more important than your family. Cherish it. It can be gone in a blink of an eye.

  14. #14
    True confederate soldier

    Aug 2005
    Currituck County, NC
    Minelab
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    Banner Finds (1)

    Re: Dead detector but living history.

    He said TEATS!!!! LOL
    "The only two things you can truly depend upon are gravity and greed."

 

 

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