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Nice looking gold! Must have been fun to see them all come to light! 😍

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Sweet looking finds there

 

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Nice looking rings. It's been a while since I've found any gold.

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Great job Slim- congrats! The ring with the rounded top is really unique. Do you think your Sovereign would have found those?

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OK, you find the pretty stuff.... I find the ugly! Seriously, nice finds making for a nice photo. :smile:

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