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Truth

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Apr 13, 2016
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Abita Springs La....Born in New Orleans
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2
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1
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EQUINOX 800
Primary Interest:
Metal Detecting
Well I went back to the creek itโ€™s like a drainage canal/creek the people that live alongside the creek seem to always grow these bending bamboo to be in 61 and have another detector in a scoop itโ€™s like walking through the jungle but I try. Iโ€™m not the one that finds a lot of fines but I try to keep it interesting and this is interesting itโ€™s a beautiful button itโ€™s off a fashion button and an underwear button and I got a bracelet so I call it a success, But respect to all you water hunters out there it wears me out.

P.S. I have just as much fun posting my fines after I clean them up and show you guys than finding it so thank you
 

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Florida Finder

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Dec 17, 2020
1,520
4,327
Southern States of America
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1
Detector(s) used
AT Max
Primary Interest:
Relic Hunting
Well I went back to the creek itโ€™s like a drainage canal/creek the people that live alongside the creek seem to always grow these bending bamboo to be in 61 and have another detector in a scoop itโ€™s like walking through the jungle but I try. Iโ€™m not the one that finds a lot of fines but I try to keep it interesting and this is interesting itโ€™s a beautiful button itโ€™s off a fashion button and an underwear button and I got a bracelet so I call it a success, But respect to all you water hunters out there it wears me out.

P.S. I have just as much fun posting my fines after I clean them up and show you guys than finding it so thank you
Thatโ€™s one awesome flat button! Congratulations
 

ANTIQUARIAN

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Apr 24, 2010
12,648
26,879
Upper Canada ๐Ÿ‡จ๐Ÿ‡ฆ
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1
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3
Detector(s) used
XP Deus, Lesche Piranha 35 Shovel & 'Garrett Carrot'
Primary Interest:
Relic Hunting
Your decorated button looks to be early-20thc, probably cast from pot metal. :icon_scratch:

But this bracelet you found is definitely the star of your detecting show Truth! :hello2:
I'm thinking it dates from the 1920's... maybe consider posting it in the What is it forum to get more info and a date on it.
Dave

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pepperj

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Feb 3, 2009
28,721
95,786
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Deus, Deus 2, Minelab 3030, E-Trac,
Primary Interest:
Relic Hunting
Cool brass bracelet and button.
Haven't seen a button as that being posted up before.
The bracelet seems to ring a bell, just not grabbing the memory at the moment.
 

Digger RJ

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Aug 24, 2017
15,436
26,866
SW Missouri/Oklahoma
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1
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2
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Minelab CTX 3030; Minelab Equinox 800;
XP Deus 2
Primary Interest:
All Treasure Hunting
Well I went back to the creek itโ€™s like a drainage canal/creek the people that live alongside the creek seem to always grow these bending bamboo to be in 61 and have another detector in a scoop itโ€™s like walking through the jungle but I try. Iโ€™m not the one that finds a lot of fines but I try to keep it interesting and this is interesting itโ€™s a beautiful button itโ€™s off a fashion button and an underwear button and I got a bracelet so I call it a success, But respect to all you water hunters out there it wears me out.

P.S. I have just as much fun posting my fines after I clean them up and show you guys than finding it so thank you
Nice old stuff!!! Congrats!!! Like the bird button!!
 
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Truth

Truth

Gold Member
Apr 13, 2016
14,332
32,118
Abita Springs La....Born in New Orleans
๐Ÿฅ‡ Banner finds
2
๐Ÿ† Honorable Mentions:
1
Detector(s) used
EQUINOX 800
Primary Interest:
Metal Detecting
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Your decorated button looks to be early-20thc, probably cast from pot metal. :icon_scratch:

But this bracelet you found is definitely the star of your detecting show Truth! :hello2:
I'm thinking it dates from the 1920's... maybe consider posting it in the What is it forum to get more info and a date on it.
Dave

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Thank you Dave
 
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Truth

Truth

Gold Member
Apr 13, 2016
14,332
32,118
Abita Springs La....Born in New Orleans
๐Ÿฅ‡ Banner finds
2
๐Ÿ† Honorable Mentions:
1
Detector(s) used
EQUINOX 800
Primary Interest:
Metal Detecting
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Cool brass bracelet and button.
Haven't seen a button as that being posted up before.
The bracelet seems to ring a bell, just not grabbing the memory at the moment.
Thank you pepperj
 

TooManyHobbies

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Dec 24, 2007
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1,967
CT
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Whites MXT,
DetectorPro HH Underwater
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All Treasure Hunting
Not exactly what I would call a water hunt, unless it was once a swimming hole. That's just wet relic hunting. :laughing7:
Bracelet looks Asian maybe?
 

Diggitdaddy

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Mar 7, 2020
230
460
Nebraska
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XP Deus 2, White DFX, Fisher F4, White V3i, Anfibio Multi
Primary Interest:
All Treasure Hunting
Well I went back to the creek itโ€™s like a drainage canal/creek the people that live alongside the creek seem to always grow these bending bamboo to be in 61 and have another detector in a scoop itโ€™s like walking through the jungle but I try. Iโ€™m not the one that finds a lot of fines but I try to keep it interesting and this is interesting itโ€™s a beautiful button itโ€™s off a fashion button and an underwear button and I got a bracelet so I call it a success, But respect to all you water hunters out there it wears me out.

P.S. I have just as much fun posting my fines after I clean them up and show you guys than finding it so thank you
Good post. You seem like the type that thinks out of the box and trys places that noone else probably would. Thats where the undiscovered finds are. Off the beaten path. Good advice for everyone.
 
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Truth

Truth

Gold Member
Apr 13, 2016
14,332
32,118
Abita Springs La....Born in New Orleans
๐Ÿฅ‡ Banner finds
2
๐Ÿ† Honorable Mentions:
1
Detector(s) used
EQUINOX 800
Primary Interest:
Metal Detecting
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Not exactly what I would call a water hunt, unless it was once a swimming hole. That's just wet relic hunting. :laughing7:
Bracelet looks Asian maybe?
Well I had such a horrible time on beaches and with this I have to use the scoop it does get like a foot deep or pass that but yes I will settle wet relic hunting anytime lol
Good post. You seem like the type that thinks out of the box and trys places that noone else probably would. Thats where the undiscovered finds are. Off the beaten path. Good advice for everyone.
Diggit I do because 95% of my hunting is public property so I HAVE to think out the box
 

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