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Glenn in CO

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Glenn in CO last won the day on September 8 2019

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  1. Nice Find! πŸ‘ Watch out, you may be starting to run out of items to find on your bucket list. 🀣
  2. His name is Jack Stuef. Here is a link to a article that GB_Amateur posted: https://www.outsideonline.com/2419429/forrest-fenn-treasure-jack-stuef
  3. Caleb, I don't know if this is the one you are asking about: https://www.detectorprospector.com/forums/topic/14597-a-prospector-trinket-with-tiny-gold-nuggets-or-a-tourist-souvenir/?tab=comments#comment-147613
  4. Won a few detectors at the Texas Hunts back in the 90's. Here's Betty with her display of brass nozzles at the Texas Treasure Expo. ( I think that what it was called ) and some of the detectors that were for prizes in the competition hunt.
  5. I agree with Lunk, definitely an area to be swinging a detector!
  6. This is the only MXT program that I know that the V3i has in it's Special Library programs. This is from the V3i user manual on page 39 and shown in the green column below:
  7. Outstanding finds! Just think of the stories they could tell if those finds could talk. πŸ‘
  8. Well you have been finding a lot bottles lately, now you are on a button streak, maybe silver coins next? Great finds, thanks for sharing! πŸ‘
  9. We find these religious medallions quite often in old coal mining camps than anywhere else. Most of the one we find are made out of aluminum and some silver. Nice find! πŸ‘
  10. Hello GB, Well that's an interesting question about photographing my disasters, but I normally say to myself "don't do that again and make the same dumb "@&*!?" mistake!" and try to move on and forget about it. The "disaster" is usually caused by leaving the gold specimen in the acid or chemical I'm using at that time for to long of a period of time or using another cleaning technique to aggressively. The wiregold specimens are a real challenge, especially when you try to completely remove the host rock. Sometimes it's better to leave some host rock to hold the wiregold specimen toget
  11. Gerry, Thanks for the Minelab hat and the compliment on the gold I've found, but everyone who has submitted photos of their gold specimens on this thread or other posts can be just as proud. Big or small every gold specimen that someone has detected, sluiced or gotten somehow in my mind is unique and one of kind. The fact it is gold and you put in the time and effort is probably the greatest achievement, but the adventure and memories will last forever. I do have some gold specimens that I need to clean and prepare and will pick one and will take anyone who is interested through the
  12. Very nice assortment of finds from your several outings, especially the seated quarter and lock. Thanks for sharing! πŸ‘
  13. Nice navy button, looks like you had a great button kinda day! Thanks for sharing! πŸ‘
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