Found treasure NEED HELP

Ryanc

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Dec 5, 2022
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My location is Tacoma WA.
I've located a treasure that resides in Oregon. Not folk lore . I located a treasure. I don't know if anybody has ever located a treasure before. But make sure your sitting down when you do !
What I need help with is, somebody that has a metal detector that can seek gold at a depth of 5 feet. We don't need to walk around all day I narrowed it down to a 10' by 10' area . I'm 100% sure of location. I'll do all the digging . If there's a person out there with this gear I will split the treasure with you . At a depth of 5 feet we will recover either 60 or 120 solid Oregon beaver coins. I assume all treasure hunters know these coins are priceless. And very rare. Last one sold at 400k . Just 1 . I read an article about the coins and funny thing is . It states there's only 60 known left to exist . So I'm leaning on 60 in the hole . Not 120 .
So . Bring gear and get rich. Easy . If nobody has this gear is there a spot anybody knows about that rents the equipment I need?
I know half the people on here probably doubt my find. I 100% don't care. And I 100% know where it is. So you can either be about it . Or sit at home and read about it . Let me know if I can post my contact info on here . When we meet up I will show you some proof . Thanks guys
 
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Ryanc

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My location is Tacoma WA.
I've located a treasure that resides in Oregon. Not folk lore . I located a treasure. I don't know if anybody has ever located a treasure before. But make sure your sitting down when you do !
What I need help with is, somebody that has a metal detector that can seek gold at a depth of 5 feet. We don't need to walk around all day I narrowed it down to a 10' by 10' area . I'm 100% sure of location. I'll do all the digging . If there's a person out there with this gear I will split the treasure with you . At a depth of 5 feet we will recover either 60 or 120 solid Oregon beaver coins. I assume all treasure hunters know these coins are priceless. And very rare. Last one sold at 400k . Just 1 . I read an article about the coins and funny thing is . It states there's only 60 known left to exist . So I'm leaning on 60 in the hole . Not 120 .
So . Bring gear and get rich. Easy . If nobody has this gear is there a spot anybody knows about that rents the equipment I need?
I know half the people on here probably doubt my find. I 100% don't care. And I 100% know where it is. So you can either be about it . Or sit at home and read about it . Let me know if I can post my contact info on here . When we meet up I will show you some proof . Thanks guys
Ok. I guess buttons and horse shoes are All most of us are into collecting . Thanks for the opportunity. It was worth a shot.
 

ARC

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" I don't know if anybody has ever located a treasure before. But make sure your sitting down when you do !"

Hmmm... great advice !
If i am already sitting down when i finally find a treasure... i will have to remember not to stand up.
 

Mackaydon

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Why do you believe these coins are buried at 5 feet?
Why do you think there are 60 coins in your treasure trove?

Some history:
"Before the Oregon Exchange Company ceased operating in September, it minted California gold into approximately 6,000 five-dollar coins and 2,850 ten-dollar coins. With the opening of the federal mint in San Francisco in 1854, the government required that all private coinage be turned in and melted down. Some coins escaped that fate, and about fifty Beaver coins are thought to exist."
Don.....
Source: https://www.oregonencyclopedia.org/articles/beaver_gold_coins/#.Y43vSHbMKUk
 
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tamrock

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Are you willing to pay for any time and material services in the event nothing is found? There is a saying that money talks and -- walks
 

ARC

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" I don't know if anybody has ever located a treasure before. But make sure your sitting down when you do !"

Hmmm... great advice !
If i am already sitting down when i finally find a treasure... i will have to remember not to stand up.
Should i sit down for this ? ? ?

Oh wait........ I'm already sitting down.
 

releventchair

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Here's your help.
Tell no one.

You might get someone helping themselves. Which while disappointing , is better than you being eliminated physically in the process.

Rent or buy a two box.
Practice with it off your declared treasure site.

Be danged sure you have permission on the recovery site.
Know the legal implications of recovering such item(s) as you anticipate.

Know who is watching. And before you say no one is , look up! Then out a mile full spectrum.
How you going to hide the contrast of fill removed while digging?
Having permission to be on site and a tent with no floor material comes to mind. No guarantee that would work. Being watched recover though is not going to bode well if you are not legally and financially prepared.

Expect your secret to not be secret.
It already isn't!
 

sprailroad

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If I knew for certain something like that IS buried at 5' within a 10x10 sq. ft. area, I would not really need a detector, and bring in someone I do not know, I would start digging myself IF I even had access to the spot. OR...if I did have open access to that spot, have a friend or two you know and trust, and go for it, then. post those finds on T-Net, you would be sure to have a "Banner" find. Great good luck to you!
 

pepperj

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It would be an easy task to dig it out with a machine.
Oh wait-can't afford to own/buy/rent one.
A shovel, and a good part of a day would solve the 10x10x5ft hole.
A dump truck worth only.
$400K each x 60=
$24 million
Better off flipping burgers than digging for it.
 

ARC

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If I knew for certain something like that IS buried at 5' within a 10x10 sq. ft. area, I would not really need a detector, and bring in someone I do not know, I would start digging myself IF I even had access to the spot. OR...if I did have open access to that spot, have a friend or two you know and trust, and go for it, then. post those finds on T-Net, you would be sure to have a "Banner" find. Great good luck to you!
Hmmm ... might find it hard to get someone you don't know... to follow you into the unknown when you have a shovel in your hand and talking about digging a 5 or so foot deep hole... heh

:/
At least me anyway would be a bit leery... :P
 

Treasure_Hunter

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My location is Tacoma WA.
I've located a treasure that resides in Oregon. Not folk lore . I located a treasure. I don't know if anybody has ever located a treasure before. But make sure your sitting down when you do !
What I need help with is, somebody that has a metal detector that can seek gold at a depth of 5 feet. We don't need to walk around all day I narrowed it down to a 10' by 10' area . I'm 100% sure of location. I'll do all the digging . If there's a person out there with this gear I will split the treasure with you . At a depth of 5 feet we will recover either 60 or 120 solid Oregon beaver coins. I assume all treasure hunters know these coins are priceless. And very rare. Last one sold at 400k . Just 1 . I read an article about the coins and funny thing is . It states there's only 60 known left to exist . So I'm leaning on 60 in the hole . Not 120 .
So . Bring gear and get rich. Easy . If nobody has this gear is there a spot anybody knows about that rents the equipment I need?
I know half the people on here probably doubt my find. I 100% don't care. And I 100% know where it is. So you can either be about it . Or sit at home and read about it . Let me know if I can post my contact info on here . When we meet up I will show you some proof . Thanks guys
If you have it narrowed down to a 10x10 area and are 100% sure it is real and 100% sure of exact location why don't you just dig it up yourself, doesn't take that long to dig 10x10 foot hole?
 
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Ryanc

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" I don't know if anybody has ever located a treasure before. But make sure your sitting down when you do !"

Hmmm... great advice !
If i am already sitting down when i finally find a treasure... i will have to remember not to
 
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Ryanc

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Something tells me you don't have to worry about it .
 
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Ryanc

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The treasure map states there buried at 5 feet. Look I really found something. If this site can help me with what I need to gather them I don't have time to stand around with my hands in my pockets. I realize there probably at arms reach down but the map said 5 feet
 

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