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TreasureHunter5

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About TreasureHunter5

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  • Location:
    Pennsylvania
  • 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

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  1. As you can see, my first post was earlier than my second, so at the time of the first post, I didn’t have one. As of the second post I have a pinpointer. It is a cheaper one I just got, and I was asking for a suggestions on a better one.
  2. I agree it is better to have one. I started out with a cheap bounty hunter one that vibrates. I will probably get a higher quality one once I find a good one. Any recommendations?
  3. Does anyone know a way to dip in grass without the grass dying. When digging in my yard, I try to not kill the grass. But the circle of grass in dig always turns brown/yellow. I was wondering if there was a way to prevent this, or is this something that just happens. Thanks!
  4. I plan to in the near future, before all the plants grow in.
  5. Wow, I really like those 4 stoneware jugs on the last picture! Do you know what they would have been used for. I have one with a number 3 on it.
  6. That’s cool! I might have to try that to see if this is one of them!
  7. Thanks to everyone for responding! I like find these old glass and then finding out what they are. If some of them are newer, I don’t care because they look cool. If anyone else has any guesses, please let me know!
  8. I have more bottles to show soon, I haven’t cleaned them yet.
  9. Hey everyone! I’m here in my spare bathroom, and I took a few pictures after cleaning. I found these old bottles a few days ago while hunting on a hill by my grandfathers house. The house was built in 1909 I think, and he told me it used to be a bottle dump in the nearby woods. It was my first time getting to look at the hill. Anyway, I was just asking if anyone knows anything about these little bottles/jars. The one on the farthest left looks like a cork top. The seem does not go all the way to the top(maybe blown in a mold?) it has a W in a triangle on the bottom and a number. The second bot
  10. Thank you! I never thought it would be before to early ww2! That was a good find then!
  11. 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!
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