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An assortment of Artifacts recovered at a Native American Site in Northeast Ohio. U.S.A. center top; A Iron Kettle Lug, center; A British Trade Rifle Trigger Guard; bottom left; Brass Ram Rod tip.

An assortment of Artifacts recovered at a Native American Site in Northeast Ohio. A Iron Kettle Lug, center; A British Trade Rifle Trigger Guard; Brass Ram Rod tip.

civil war metal detecting

Video of a young man finding Civil War live artillery with a metal detector

Pre - decimal British coins: The As well as these we had other coins coins with great names, like the Farthing (a quarter penny); Ha’penny (half penny); Thrip’ny (three penny); Bob (shilling: twelve pennies); Florin (two shillings)

Pre - decimal British coins: The old Penny, and the Sixpence. This was the old 'Imperial' coinage that we used before decimalisation in

Lost treasure does exist, and for those willing to adventure to find it, real life can be just as exciting as any of the Tomb Raider or Indiana Jones films!!

Legendary Lost Treasures That are Still Waiting to be Found

Lost treasure does exist; and for those willing to adventure to find it, real life can be just as exciting as any of the Tomb Raider or Indiana Jones films!

Tips for uncovering booty left behind by other treasure seekers

Metal Detecting Previously Hunted Sites

Great news for all you hopeful amateur metal detectorists: Two men, who'd been searching the same field for nearly 30 years, have stumbled upon the largest hoard of Iron Age coins ever discovered in northern Europe. Inspired by legends that a local farmer once discovered silver coins on his land, the men unearthed the congealed chunk of 50,000 silver and gold coins after following a trail of pieces — that turned out not to be related to the cache.

Two men using metal detectors discover hoard of 50,000 Iron Age Celtic coins

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