Turquoise Cuff

PennyQueen

Tenderfoot
Sep 13, 2021
5
23
FL
Detector(s) used
Minelab Nox 800
Primary Interest:
Beach & Shallow Water Hunting
74 grams of silver and a beautiful turquoise stone.
 

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randazzo1

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Feb 1, 2006
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New York, NY
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Detector(s) used
Whites (CM 5000, XLT, VX3) and Minelab (Svgn GT & Excal III) 2021 I got picked up a Minelab equinox 800 but have not been able to use it yet because of the cold!
Primary Interest:
All Treasure Hunting
74 grams of silver and a beautiful turquoise stone.
It’s hard to say - depends on where you sell it, Assuming it’s not a well known artist, I think I could get $30-$40 on the spot at a pawnshop, $90 at a local flea market, maybe $125 on eBay and I’m fairly confident I’d get $250 in my Etsy shop and probably $300+ at one the upscale annual jewelry shows.
 

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