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Tesoro Lobo Scores Anglo Saxon Gold

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From http://metro.co.uk/2017/11/24/haul-of-gold-coins-found-after-being-buried-by-anglo-saxo-king-1500-years-ago-7105000/amp/

“Chris Kutler, 54, stumbled upon the coins after spending four days searching a field in Chelmsford, Essex. The hoard has now been sent to the British Museum for analysis and valuation, but it’s thought they could be worth up to £10,000. Chris said: ‘It is kind of the Holy Grail of metal detectoring. It was an incredible feeling to find the coins.“

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Tesoro 9” x 8” concentric...

9x8" Concentric Part# 9x8C-LC-D 8' cable $149
 

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LOBO RULES!!!!!!!!!!!!! THATS WHY I GOT 2

 

On poor sites it is better than machine costing twice the price i think Tesoro should have remarketed it :),i think it is worth having one in your arsenal.......especially that second hand they sell cheap

 

 

RR

 

 

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My hunting buddy has a Lobo with the 6" concentric... The depth and separation is top notch.

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Probably buried by a robber shortly before he was beheaded. LOL

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The 5.75 concentric is good but her sister the DD is from another planet..................depth reactivity sensitivity is actually really close if not equal to the top machines ! i.e. Fisher DST or Deus or Even Goldmaxx power with tiny coils

 

 

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Does anyone know where we can buy those little shovels stateside? I've seen them in several pics and vids from the UK but never here.

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They are shat dong bother!!

 

 

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