Hello fellow treasure hunters,
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My antiques and art shop is now selling some finds I acquired from metal detector club members and friends over the years. I also posted some fossils and minerals from acquisitions over the years and from estates.
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Moving from Georgia to New York City next week. I will still be coming back to Georgia, and have a few places I plan to detect in the future. Maybe I will find that Cherokee or Spaniard gold one day!
As I am moving, if there is anyone interested in buying minerals, or artwork or antiques...
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Considerations for fine minerals - Thank you!
Now for rough minerals for lapidary...
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We have enjoyed very much this forum, and while we have not made any metal detecting discoveries worthy of posting here, or informing National Geographic, we remain hot in rockhounding and mining. We post our stories, blogs, tips, tricks, and locations at americangeode.com, and we sell over eBay...
I am also in N. Georgia, near Cleveland. How have your detectors worked with all the rocks in this area? Mine can not discriminate the rocks, so very tedious. I’m detecting some old logging roads and homestead sites, panning not detecting for gold. Hope you are successful.
Seeking insight and advice please from others in North Georgia. I have the Bounty Hunter Pioneer 202 and even at the highest discrimination, all the rocks here in the Cleveland/Dahlonega/Helen set it off. I am in the gold belt, but hunting a 19th c. logging road, and homestead sites.
About 6" underground along a 1903 wagon or logging road in N. Georgia's gold belt
In the spirit of dig every signal, I have found buckets of rocks (appreciate any further tips and tricks on avoiding rocks), but I also over the course of 3 visits found this various rusted equipment. Farming...
Even in Notch with Disc all the way clockwise, it picks up these North Georgia rocks. I am in the gold belt, some lots of quarts, mica, but I can not get it to stop paying attention to hot rocks.
Is that just something related to being in the goldbelt here? Is this the wrong detector for...