the tide is low & the Drape was dry, my Imperial Standards are met, what a crock
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Thread: the tide is low & the Drape was dry, my Imperial Standards are met, what a crock

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    ebay "ulster-relic"

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    the tide is low & the Drape was dry, my Imperial Standards are met, what a crock

    a natural sluice box, the shale carpet was no match for the Drape ....under a PEBBLE for 200 years-- guess is 1803 small date large fraction

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    resting under a bed of river sand 30 feet from the rocky cliffs of the Hudson--- not expecting this...
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    some relicky stuff--- part of a soft metal utensil, part of wood handle pocket knife & a lead "collar' -- no eye deer what this was for

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    ye olde crockery--- these are surface finds--- thanks to the tides for exposing 'em---- Captain-- the crew will mutiny if the rum is held back

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    just hitting a rocky bank line--- the crappy modern boater trash can get thick--- plus the iron hits are 10 per swing

    we aint'z dunwit this ---- wait 'til I really start hunting.... there be moe to come--

    I needs some balls---- or---- just a cannon

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    Randy

    Aug 2017
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    Nice!!! Congrats!!!
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    What would life be without challenges, and detecting of course.....

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    us
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    Puget Sound
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    I like that large Cent. Such a beautiful design. Way to go!!

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    Eaglehawk
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    Hi , Who drinks rum from a shard of a chamber pan . Yuck TP

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    Hawks88

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    Nice LC find. Congrats

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    us
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    Very nice finds, congrats!
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    Metal Detecting & Hotwheels Collecting

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    Good hunt & nice LC & button, congrats & HH
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    Any day of hunting, whether good or bad is better than not hunting at all

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    us
    Sep 2013
    Sutter Creek, Ca.
    Whites 6000di pro plus Whites id beach hunter Got rid of the Minelab pointer, Then got a Garrett. Much better pointer. Minelab Xterra 705 Ibuprofen
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    Just a thought but I might try using a shifter with1/2" hardware cloth. That way you would be able to get the coins sitting under iron maybe.
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    ebay "ulster-relic"

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    got a sifter that will stop a Trime & $1 gold. iron loves to give sanctuary to good stuff.

 

 

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