Search results for query: *

  1. 1862 minnesota civil war missing payroll mystery solved. !!!!

    WOW this is probably the most exciting treasure news since Mel Fisher found the Atocha. That picture tells me everything I need to know
  2. Fought the gnats for a few more bulldozed artifacts.

    google image search looks as best I can tell to be black background and white characters
  3. Fought the gnats for a few more bulldozed artifacts.

    1919 Iowa license plate. That's really cool. I'd get all the rust off and repaint it.
  4. 🥇 BANNER Copper Culture Sawtooth Spear Point.

    Wow, incredible find. Congrats!
  5. What the heck did I find? Any help is appreciated. Thanks in advance.

    oh, and that logo was in use from 1902 to 1938
  6. What the heck did I find? Any help is appreciated. Thanks in advance.

    I'm not sure exactly 'what' it is, but the logo is that of the International Harvester Company
  7. 1000 Acre Permission - 1 Hammered & 1713 Queen Anne GOLD Half-Guinea...

    Beautiful gold coin. Congrats!
  8. I still consider it a Tree coin

    Excellent find!
  9. I believe me and my little girl found a 1793 Flowing Hair Wreath Large Cent!!

    wow that's an incredible find. Hope you're able to bring out some more details on it Congrats to you both
  10. Found a 209 year old 14K GOLD Georgian era mourning brooch!

    oh man that's awesome. I love finds that are engraved with a date
  11. Very unusual horseshoe

    dang. poor horse :(
  12. My Equinox died same day I find a big 10k class ring

    I'm guessing that the tape used on it as a sizer indicates that the guy let his girlfriend wear it and she evidently lost it
  13. Canceled

    awesome find. congrats!
  14. Silvers From Boulder City

    nice!
  15. 1934 Gold school Ring

    that's pretty sweet. I'm sure that during the depression a class ring would have been strictly a luxury item and purchased only by those with money to spare
  16. I Put a Penny on the Rail Road Track

    Like most people, I've done it. I've got a couple of Indian head and a couple of early wheat pennies that I've found while detecting here in my town. They were no doubt run over by steam locomotives way back when as they are not squished nearly as much
Top