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    • By Tovage
      Hello les amis d'outre atlantique.
      Nous aussi en France on l'attends avec impatience cet Equinox. Nous avons notre excellente marque XP mais ce 800 je le veux. Cette technologie inédite (le multi fréquence) va nous permettre de faire des miracles par chez nous. 
      Les petites gauloise en mauvais alliage ne m'échapperont plus, les petites romaines ainsi que tous les artefacts qu'il est possible de trouver sur le vieux continent tellement c'est riche en trouvailles.
      J'ai vendu mon précédent minelab et maintenant j'attends la sortie de cette machine (fin décembre chez nous)
      C'est pour quand chez vous ?
      Peut on mettre des photos sur ce site  ?
      Amitiés
    • By auminesweeper
      When people think of Gold they think of the US, Australia and south Africa but very few people realize that Gold can still be found in the UK.
       
      Many years ago one was unearthed here weighing around the 2 kilo mark and I have friend that does quite well chasing Gold in certain areas of the UK, Because of it's rarity UK Gold seems to hit values around 10X the price of most markets and here is One such Nugget,
       
      http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-33020195
    • By Steve Herschbach
      In the United Kingdom instead of outlawing metal detecting for antiquities laws are designed to encourage and make use of proper metal detecting practices. More than 900,000 historically important items have been reported since the new law was instituted in 1997, including 8,500 designated as treasure. The law has "revolutionized archaeology" in the UK.


      News article http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-25748576

      Basic explanation of law http://www.dutp.org.uk/laws-on-detecting

      More details http://finds.org.uk/treasure/
    • By Luca
      Hi everyone, my name is Luca, I'm a new user of the forum and I'm a novice in the search for gold.
      It's been months for me to read the forum, thank you all, because through your experiences here, I understand many things.
      About six months ago, I was fond of looking for gold.
      I bought a plate to sift, at my first exit I found small pieces of gold (picture 1 Found me).
      A month later I managed to buy a sluice.
      I went out looking for gold a couple of times, but I did not find anything.
      I live in northern Italy, here is gold, but it is very small. (picture 2 Found by other people)
      I would like to use a metal detector to help me in the search.
      I can not spend the money in vain, so I decided to write on the forum.
      I  would like to ask you, how useful is a metal detector for such a small gold?
      Using a low-frequency detector, such as a GMT, for example, will be able to detect very small gold?
      (like the one shown in the pictures)
       
      Thank you for your time.
       
      Ps: sorry for my English.


    • By auminesweeper
      This just hit the news over here an hour ago, It is good to see there are still great finds to be made,
      John.
      http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-norfolk-40962865
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