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Found 4 results

  1. Key, shield with 2 attachments, a possible whistle and a flat button. Regards
  2. Got to go hunting with a local Historical Society manager and dug this belt buckle at over a foot deep at an old home site dated to 1850. Don't think it's quite that old but thought I'd share. Got to use the Fisher Pro-Arc for the first time. The area is nothing but a cloud of nails to hunt around, but the machine performed quite well.
  3. Not Gold, But

    I bet it had some gold in it at some point. I'm not to sure how often these get found. But I thought it was interesting. It has a nice scallop pattern around it. Its heavy I know that, I probably should have searched for the pestle, maybe next trip.
  4. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays everyone. Heres a few photos of some of my new friends. Nothing compared to those Aussie nuggets but some gold at least. All park finds and a few relics. I only was able to get out nugget hunting once this year but hope to get out more in 2017. The 7000 is getting rusty.....Thanks for a great resource Steve! strick
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