coin & jewelry hunting

  1. 1910 house

    My family is purchasing a house from 1910 the house is still there along with a lot of newer modern junk and scrap where would be some good places to find more valuable items in and around the house any help or info would be great thanks
  2. Found in the surf off Curacao

    My wife found this while snorkeling. We can't quite make out the coin, and I realize these pictures don't help much, but truthfully there isn't much more to see. What i'm wondering is, how long does it take for this to happen to a coin? It's probably copper or iron for it to turn itself...
  3. 1982 D Quarter

    Is this an error on this Quarter or is this just normal? The 9 is short and is laying on the rim as well as the other numbers in the year 1982. The "I" (In God We Trust) also touches the rim of the quarter. I have another photo from eBay attached as well for an example (pictured without the...
  4. Any idea what this is?

    I found this coin in central PA and need help identifying it. Any ideas? Thanks!
  5. Today's finds 10-31-2018

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  6. First old coin after 10 years

    So I've been metal detecting for about 10 years. I've found plenty of jewelry, but only one wheat cent and no silver coins. The way I've always rationalized it to myself is that in in California we don't have dozens of colonial coppers and $5 gold pieces per square foot like the East Coast guys...
  7. Help me!!!

    Hello, I recently inherited this coin and I’ve been doing some research and found it’s from a shipwreck off the Florida Keys. I’ve looked EVERYWHERE and can’t not find the value of this coin. I can’t even find the name of it or anything. Does anyone know? If so please tell me!! Thank you so...
  8. Ctx setting affect performance?

    I recently just purchased a CTX3030 and love it thus far. I've been digging the deepest targets and finding more coins and rings than ever before. The good news, I'm still learning and educating myself on its full potential but all-in-all its an easy machine to operate, especially having been an...
  9. Strange Newfoundland Token & a Newfoundland one cent "largie"

    Went to a old house site today and dug up a few stuf :thumbsup:f... Here are the two best finds of today. :happysmiley: Still a bit dirty, but this is the Newfoundland token. :headbang: It has "George VI" on it. It's my first token by the way, and I have no idea what it truly is. ??? I...
  10. Best Metal Detecting Day So Far!! SILVER Galore!!!!!

    Well, well, well... Today was a good day! :icon_thumright: Here is my most worn Newfoundland five cent; no date visible, but King Ed. :laughing7: 1959 Canadian dime. :thumbsup: Girl scouts button? 1941 Newfoundland "Smallie" one cent (Found this in a place people hung out in the...
  11. Greetings everyone!!! From Newfoundland here. :)

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  12. Metal Detecting: A Blast From The Past

    Metal Detecting: A Blast From The Past shows a year end hunt with lots of live digs using the Garrett Ace 350. The hunt takes place in sunny South West Florida. Watch as finds come out of the ground. Music: "The Wrong Way" from Silent Partner and YouTube Audio Library. Thanks for watching and...
  13. Whats the strangest thing you have found Metal Detecting?

    Whats the strangest thing you have dug up? whats the coolest thing? mine so far as strange would be a plastic pen, (metal eraser band) and the coolest being a Japanese yen or the silver ring from recent.
  14. LOCAL PARKS- COIN SHOOTING

    I think I am going to take the Garrett AT and try my luck at a few local parks, there is one in particular that i believe is old. up till now i have only Beach hunted and want to try coin shooting as low tide only happens twice a day and doesn't always fall into my work schedule, any tips from...
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