Jump to content


  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation


About TreasureHunter5

  • Rank

Profile Information

  • Gender
  • Location:
  • Interests:
    Collecting coins, stamps, relics, metal detecting, woodworking, raising ducks,fishing, camping, outdoors, 1970s Honda motorcycles, etc.
  • Gear Used:
    Bounty Hunter tracker 1-D/505, 1945 us shovel, us army web/pistol belt.
    1974 Honda xl70

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. Thank you! I never thought it would be before to early ww2! That was a good find then!
  2. I found this awhile back in a local park it seems to be a old us army collar pin it has a screw type backing on it. Does anyone know why the back does not have a traditional pin with the cap? Does anyone know what year(s) it could range in? I would love to know some more information on it! The guns are a little bent but it cleaned up enough for it to look nice. Let me know what you think!
  3. No, it looks like a normal eagle. It does have a little shield type thing under the eagle.
  4. This is a ring I just found on my last trip to the beach this summer. It looks like some sort of German ring with the iron cross and eagles on the side. It has no markings on the inside. Can it be from WW2? Does anyone have any information on an age or what it means? I would love to hear your thoughts!
  5. I would have to say my great grandmothers 3rd husband would be the person who gave my interest. Knowing that he was not my real great grandfather, he was a great man. He had a older metal detector and a Tupperware full of silver coins, wheat pennies, and more, and my dad got it from his grandmother after he died. The stuff sat in my garage for years until I found it and seen all of the cool old stuff that could be found. I started with the old detector, but it really didn’t pick up much in the ground. It was really outdated and took 16 AA batteries. I still have that detector, but the one I us
  6. Great finds! You should restore that axe/hatchet head. You can soak and sand it, buy or make a new handle, and sharpen it. Those files could also be cleaned up if they are not to brittle. It’s a good idea if you are into using and restoring tools! Keep it up!
  7. Oh, the pieces with the animal is the body of the flask. I didn’t look at it that way. Oops.
  8. It is actually a pin that goes on the right side of the collar. See in picture. I would also love to hunt this yard.
  9. Cool find! I have a few of them in un dug condition. I could be From ww2 up to the 1970s maybe. What year was the house built?
  • Create New...