Recent content by Jolly Mon

  1. Anyone know where I can find a replacement nut for the headphone jack on a Tesoro Deleon?

    Thanks for the response. I think it is an m8...
  2. Anyone know where I can find a replacement nut for the headphone jack on a Tesoro Deleon?

    The title is fairly self explanatory I would think... I believe it is the same plastic nut used on a variety of Tesoro detectors. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.
  3. robert marx's clue on the 1641 fleets location of loss

    Silly?...http://www.treasurenet.com/forums/shipwrecks/314167-white-sport-coat-pink-crustacean-treasure.html
  4. Wrecking history of the Bahamas

    Great stuff, Man!!!!
  5. HQ Ship of the 17 th Lancers ( Dragoons) sank on rocks in 1797

    I think you picked a very tough nut to crack, but thanks for picking the nut. The 17th was extremely active during the American Revolution. It can be assumed from available records that elements of the 17th formed the core of "Tarleton's Legion". In my part of the country, that is Big History...
  6. Contract in the DR

    First off, The DR is STILL NOT a member state to the 2001 Unesco Convention on the Protection of Underwater Cultural Heritage. Nothing in the 46 pages of documents you linked changes that. It says much about the legacy of the Conquistadores that about half of Latin America is living in the...
  7. Contract in the DR

    The Dominican Republic is NOT a member state of the 2001 Unesco Convention on the Protection of Underwater Cultural Heritage. This is Alexandre, guys...
  8. Contract in the DR

    He is Bobadilla on this forum. You might try PMing him.
  9. Wrecking history of the Bahamas

    I have an interesting book titled "Lore of the wreckers". i can't remember if it goes into details of salvage in the Bahamas. I am not interested in selling my copy, but it is available on Amazon. At the very least, it might provide good background...
  10. HMS Hussar

    http://www.treasurenet.com/forums/shipwrecks/555949-british-frigate-husser-1-000-000-coin-1876-a.html
  11. Three Cannons Found In Savannah River, Possibly From HMS Rose

    Not going any farther here. If you are truly interested, you will figure it out. 8-) One tip, though. As you might imagine, an insane amount of trash is dredged up along with the rare good stuff. You can eyeball for sharks teeth and other fossils while at the same time looking out for maritime...
  12. Three Cannons Found In Savannah River, Possibly From HMS Rose

    Oh, but the dredge tailings ARE deposited on the shoreline "somewhere". In several very large areas, actually. And you can find more than just shipwreck artifacts there...
  13. Three Cannons Found In Savannah River, Possibly From HMS Rose

    There's tons of good stuff at the bottom of the Savannah River, gentlemen. The only problems are that the currents are outrageous, the visibility is zero and the local authorities are completely hostile to your endeavors. And, obviously, river traffic is extremely heavy.
  14. Towards a Typology of Spanish Colonial Nails

    I remember now! I did not post a link because there was no link. I photocopied pages from the document at the library. In any event, I wish I had an easier answer for you, but you might start digging here:PARES | Archivos Españoles
  15. George F. Bass has crossed the bar

    A remarkable man. A pioneer. Thanks.
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