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Hi Jen

Well done to M.

 

Great detecting and very nice piece of gold.

Good to see some nice piece with a new coil.

 

Good luck over there hope is more for him.

 

GoldEN

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Thankyou Golden

will pass on your thanks to him

here is the other side of it.

 

 

 

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Great nugget Jen. Its always good when your son or daughter finds a good nuggie.

cheers steve

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Nice lump...congrats!

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Congratulations .  A beauty.  It weighs more on the flip side ! Turn it over and weigh it again , it keeps getting heavier . 

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Hello Jen,

I just wanted to say I appreciate the efforts you have made as a forum moderator. I am glad to see you here. Thanks for posting and congratulations to your son!

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8 hours ago, Jen58 said:

Hi all

son went out the other day down here in Victoria (Aussie) land

In a well detected area.

he was using his gpz7000 with the 19 inch coil, general gold mode and difficult ground mode

he said it was a wirey sort of sound, thought it need to be investigated.

with his pick he scrapped off a layer of dirt, then he said it sounded better.. 

after digging down 24 inches this is what he was rewarded with.

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Nice peace congrats ?

Squizz NQ

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I agree with Steve, its nice to see Jen is still active around the place. Nice gold too, it's great to see others have twigged to the power of General/Difficult in the noisy ground.

JP

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Very nice!!  It's always worth a little scratching to find out more information.  And that one is a Beauty.

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