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Metal detecting VIRGIN ground #6, BIG SILVERS!

Metal detecting VIRGIN ground #6, BIG SILVERS!

Metal Detecting - 1700's Big Copper Coin

Metal Detecting - 1700's Big Copper Coin

BIZARRE Buffalo Nickel & Other Coins Found at an Old School! - Metal Detecting February 23rd 2014

BIZARRE Buffalo Nickel & Other Coins Found at an Old School! - Metal Detecting February 23rd 2014

Beach Metal Detecting Secrets - Fishing weights could point to gold! | Metal Detecting tips, finds, advice and news!

Beach Metal Detecting Secrets - Fishing weights could point to gold! | Metal Detecting tips, finds, advice and news!

beach treasure hunting find

beach treasure hunting find

Creek Hunting Tips

Creek Hunting Tips

The most famous of all Spanish gold coins was the Spanish Doubloon. Minted by hand from 1651 to 1773 in the Americas, they were carried on Spanish galleons throughout the Caribbean and the world to trade for desirable commodities such as silks and spices. The coin featured the coat of arms of King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella and weighed about 7 grams. Pirates who could intercept a galleon en route to its trading destination were highly likely to score some very valuable booty!

The most famous of all Spanish gold coins was the Spanish Doubloon. Minted by hand from 1651 to 1773 in the Americas, they were carried on Spanish galleons throughout the Caribbean and the world to trade for desirable commodities such as silks and spices. The coin featured the coat of arms of King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella and weighed about 7 grams. Pirates who could intercept a galleon en route to its trading destination were highly likely to score some very valuable booty!

Unresearched Ancient Roman Coins All UK Metal Detecting Detector Finds

Unresearched Ancient Roman Coins All UK Metal Detecting Detector Finds

Metal detecting find from Holland. Dated anywhere from 11th to 16th century but most likely 13th/14the century. Obviously high carat gold and the stone looks like emerald but could be glass.

Metal detecting find from Holland. Dated anywhere from 11th to 16th century but most likely 13th/14the century. Obviously high carat gold and the stone looks like emerald but could be glass.

Viking coins from Dublin discovered in Wales. Eight of the coins date from between 995-997 AD, while the remainder were produced in circa 1018 AD. The hoard also contained fragments of pennies of Cnut, King of England and four silver ingots. It is believe that this treasure was most likely hidden or lost between 1020 and 1030 AD, which makes it approximately contemporary with the Bryn Maelgwyn hoard.

Viking coins from Dublin discovered in Wales. Eight of the coins date from between 995-997 AD, while the remainder were produced in circa 1018 AD. The hoard also contained fragments of pennies of Cnut, King of England and four silver ingots. It is believe that this treasure was most likely hidden or lost between 1020 and 1030 AD, which makes it approximately contemporary with the Bryn Maelgwyn hoard.