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    Apr 2013
    Canada
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    Metal detecting canada - The coolest relic I ever dug!


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    Jul 2014
    Port Perry, Ontario
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    Man that was wet digging. Too bad the button was plastic. It looked nice. However, that guide badge is an exceptional find! Such good shape and so unusual. Maybe her father was a poacher and that badge fell off when he was there for an inspection. LOL

    I also like the old hypo kit. I always wonder about finding things like that. He probably put it down and could not find it again. "Hey, anybody seen my kit....or...OK, guys who took my kit?".
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    Apr 2013
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    It's funny, I've learned alot about this little kit. It is Victorian era, so late 1800s. It more than likely belonged to a woman! Apparently the ladies liked their morphine back then. I saw some adds and posters online that just blew my mind!

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    Fantastic relic finds - congrats & thanks for sharing your video with all of us. The guide badge is an outstanding find along with the hypodermic kid.

    Texas ED
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    When I detected in Canada, all I found was a Molsen's Cap and a Took Tassel..............and a BEER, in a treeeeeeeeeeee

    Bob and Doug Mckenzie folks! They will be here all week, and don't forget to tip your waiters and waitresses.

    Mike
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