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What a hunt!!!!! I'm still looking over that yellow stone ring you found. Most times it's topaz or citrine, but I keep thinking it's yellow sapphire or if you feel real lucky .... yellow diamond. Just has that expensive look to it. I'd have that one checked out for sure. Super hunt, Congrats!

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9 minutes ago, schoolofhardNox said:

What a hunt!!!!! I'm still looking over that yellow stone ring you found. Most times it's topaz or citrine, but I keep thinking it's yellow sapphire or if you feel real lucky .... yellow diamond. Just has that expensive look to it. I'd have that one checked out for sure. Super hunt, Congrats!

Thank you.

You are right.  That one might be the pick of the litter!

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Heck of a day! Big Congrads !!

On the 18k I've seen a few fakes similar in design, never seen a 18k that bad but that being said. With so many possibles conditions that can be encountered.... I would say its gold until you get it tested. Keep us informed, really be interesting to see if it is possible 18k could bleed copper like that..Seen 10k do that but not 14 up.. Thanks for sharing and get back out there! Wow!

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That hunt is a 2020 winner! Great job!

    That ring looks like a copper alloy! It still may be old, even though not that worn! Let a jeweler test with a spectrum analyzer, when you take that other beauty to get the stone identified!

Great Job!👍👍

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Yes, I have a coin dealer that shoots my objects when I bring them in.  I think the 18k stamp under without a trade name is indicative of the fake also.

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Very good run.

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Way to go Mitchel- congrats on the stellar hunts! I liked that yellow stone ring as soon as I saw it- really unique looking.

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