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    Quote Originally Posted by A2coins View Post
    He was guessing 6 to 8 k I hope I got honest essay results most I assume are honest people is that the case or is it a crap shoot? Thanks
    That I don't know. We were honest, because we wanted a good reputation and we had one until the end when my partner was getting greedy. So, if he's been around a while he may be honest. I'm no expert, but 6k to 8k sounds low to me for dental gold. My wife told me she does remember gold bridges and partials.

    You can always have it tested by someone else to make sure. There was a site online that listed all the dental gold and platinum. Of course I can't find it at the moment.

    Here's one..that explains some...http://beforeitsnews.com/gold-and-pr...d-2504768.html


    I was in Ohio, I thought there was a refiner in Michigan. I kind of remember guys sending their stuff there. I'll see if I can find it on the net.

    Found it, I've never sent here, but I knew people that did. They are just as fair as anyone else on single pieces. Where it really counts is you had ozt's of it. But for a single piece they will be within a Few bucks or they wouldn't stay in business very long. That's all these other guys do, they collect it, take their cut, then send to a place like this.

    http://www.midwestrefineries.com/
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    Yep been there and done that. Mine was a dog somebody stuffed in an old backpack and buried shallow.
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    Eeek
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    No no, just big old teeth with huge cavities.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nitric View Post
    That I don't know. We were honest, because we wanted a good reputation and we had one until the end when my partner was getting greedy. So, if he's been around a while he may be honest. I'm no expert, but 6k to 8k sounds low to me for dental gold. My wife told me she does remember gold bridges and partials.

    You can always have it tested by someone else to make sure. There was a site online that listed all the dental gold and platinum. Of course I can't find it at the moment.

    Here's one..that explains some...What Karat is Dental Gold | Gold and Precious Metals


    I was in Ohio, I thought there was a refiner in Michigan. I kind of remember guys sending their stuff there. I'll see if I can find it on the net.

    Found it, I've never sent here, but I knew people that did. They are just as fair as anyone else on single pieces. Where it really counts is you had ozt's of it. But for a single piece they will be within a Few bucks or they wouldn't stay in business very long. That's all these other guys do, they collect it, take their cut, then send to a place like this.

    Precious metals buyers, smelters, refiners of gold, platinum, silver scrap metals, dental gold scrap, platinum thermocouple wire, crucibles, silver scrap. Gold refiners, platinum scrap buyers, recyclers karat gold jewelry. Sell gold, platinum and sil
    Thanks for the info

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    i will be getting one soon i agree i dont like being thrown to the wolves

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    I think one of our Moderators found something similar at a plane crash site.
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    Hey Tommy, gold is gold and you have to take a shot, especially if you don't believe that anyone is going to be looking for them so run with it!
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    I once found 1940's chicken band with leg bone in it. I have a stream in my yard, and a little with plastic container came down the stream and got stuck in an area full of stick and grass right on the edge of my land, with a label saying, "Morry: 2012-2017", and a humorous message written on the label honoring their pet fish. I tried to push it past it with a stick, but it got stuck again five feet away. The stream now is dry in the branch of it that the box is in (the stream splits at a small "pond"), in the woods right on the edge of the land, it will probably continue on down stream in the spring, when the stream starts flowing, fast, again.
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    I found a plastic skull at the base of a hollow tree. Does that count?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nitric View Post
    That I don't know. We were honest, because we wanted a good reputation and we had one until the end when my partner was getting greedy. So, if he's been around a while he may be honest. I'm no expert, but 6k to 8k sounds low to me for dental gold. My wife told me she does remember gold bridges and partials.

    You can always have it tested by someone else to make sure. There was a site online that listed all the dental gold and platinum. Of course I can't find it at the moment.

    Here's one..that explains some...What Karat is Dental Gold | Gold and Precious Metals


    I was in Ohio, I thought there was a refiner in Michigan. I kind of remember guys sending their stuff there. I'll see if I can find it on the net.

    Found it, I've never sent here, but I knew people that did. They are just as fair as anyone else on single pieces. Where it really counts is you had ozt's of it. But for a single piece they will be within a Few bucks or they wouldn't stay in business very long. That's all these other guys do, they collect it, take their cut, then send to a place like this.

    Precious metals buyers, smelters, refiners of gold, platinum, silver scrap metals, dental gold scrap, platinum thermocouple wire, crucibles, silver scrap. Gold refiners, platinum scrap buyers, recyclers karat gold jewelry. Sell gold, platinum and sil
    Sweet thanks that will be very useful

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1320 View Post
    I think one of our Moderators found something similar at a plane crash site.
    That would be creepy

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    Quote Originally Posted by smokeythecat View Post
    I found a plastic skull at the base of a hollow tree. Does that count?
    That tops teeth

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    Quote Originally Posted by dsdigger View Post
    Hey Tommy, gold is gold and you have to take a shot, especially if you don't believe that anyone is going to be looking for them so run with it!
    I agree they were old also !!!I would rather have found a ring!!!!

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    got 85 bucks a nice bite outta saving for my new detector

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