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Video - Four Civil War Plates Found!

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Why is this not under "metal detecting for coins and relics"?

Found it by accident....

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Because it is a Garrett video highlighting the AT Max and so I chose to post it here. Could have posted it under coin and relics also - decisions, decisions. I just went ahead and placed a redirect link under Coin & Relics that points here so that should help. That may have been the better choice as it is more about the relics than the AT Max but oh well. Look at finding it here as another type of treasure hunt!

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