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Wow Joe, that is incredible. I would not be worthy of Excalibur. 👏🗡️ There should be a Knighthood of detectorists. 🙇‍♂️ Sir Joe.

You know you can post it all here! That's a lot of work. I'd love to see the pile of silver.

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C est magnifique!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



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Nice haul of big chunky rings too.  Glad to see you out and about again.  That Excal is just an extension of your arm!  (I know that you know what I mean) LOL   Have you got your Dry suit seaworthy yet?  It is just around the corner.  Take care and stay safe.



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Now THAT's a nice pile of gold and silver!!! All the sweeter after that little "oops" a while back. Good for you Joe! And great photo also, one of the better ones, with all the gold and the colors - magazine cover photo.

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2 hours ago, King-Of-Bling said:

Nice little mini run on the goldfish ! But do you run that silver through a tumbler or something ? Many look thin & wasted , but I wonder if you get any detail after cleaning. 

Thanks Mr KOB.......No tumbling, just take the cookie off and toss in the pile... Only detail I get from the silver is a check at the end of the year. And let me add, when I am finding silver quarters, It's a "X" on the map. Dig everything.

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