Tagged: Coins

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Digging On A Construction Site (With Finds+)

Choosing a detecting location is always difficult – you need to work with maps, archives, location visiting (sometimes in vain), unjustified expectations, and other loss of time, which at one point will turn out to be a great success (Or maybe not). In our “business”, this is always the case. However, do not forget that good finds and locations can be very close to you and that you don’t always...

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Detecting In Germany Part 2: Napoleon’s Ring, The German Empire And Roman Coins! (Diggers Story, Finds, Photos+)

If you haven’t read it yet, part 1 of this story can be found here! Continuation of “Detecting in Germany”, part 2: We woke up on the following day, we ate breakfast, took our already pre-packed backpacks with all its necessities, and of course, the “Garrett Deus”, as you remember from the last part of this story. We met up with Nico from yesterday and hit the road on the...

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Spring Detecting With The Nokta Fors Relic! (Finds, Photos+)

A fellow detectorist sent us a little review and diggers story, where he has been detecting with the Nokta Fors Relic. He shares his impressions of the detector and he also sent us some pictures of his finds. Once again I am convinced that the Nokta Fors Relic is an excellent detector. I remember how surprised I was when I found out that the company Nokta, which produces metal detectors,...

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Review Of The CORS Strike Coil Using The Teknetics Patriot Detector And Finding A Rare Coin! (Finds, Photos+)

The Teknetics Patriot metal detector turned out to be an excellent detector! It has a good depth and it determines the finds pretty good, you can detect with it both in open fields and in trashy areas, it’s a pity that there are no small coils for it yet, but since I dig mostly in the fields, I decided to improve this metal detector with the purchase of an additional...

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Finds – Russian Coins In England (Photos+)

It so happened that I am subscribed to different pages and communities of various diggers around the world on Facebook, as well as to all the pages of metal detector manufacturers. How can I be without this, otherwise there will be no place to scoop up information about new items and various interesting finds. I am a member in a small, but very cozy community of one manufacturer of analog metal...

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Detecting In Germany Part 1: The 1866 Austro-Prussian War! (Diggers Story, Finds, Photos+)

I recently went to Germany for the purpose of visiting my friend Marco and decided to bring my detector with me, just in case we had some spare time for detecting. And luckily it turned out that we had, and that brought us some really cool finds and an unforgettable experience! So, let’s get to the story itself: I decided to bring with me my XP Deus detector, as I...

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Cors Scout Coil – Our Review With The Minelab E-Trac!

Sometimes it would seem like “why do we need additional coils for the metal detector?” Isn’t it enough with the standard coil? Naturally, it is not enough, especially when it comes to sniper coils or large coils from 13″ and up to 15″ in diameter. But there is another question – why change the standard coil for an additional coil of a third-party manufacturer, if the difference in size is...

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Finding Roman Gold Coin! (Photos+)

Even though that many people say that all the good fields and the perfect finds are dug up, I do not believe it. On one hand, it’s true, on the other – there are still many places where life once bubbled and people lost coins, buried their goods and hid their jewelry. Everything made of metal can be found and dug up with a metal detector. Usual story –  a...

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Detecting Coins In The Autumn (Diggers Story, Finds, Photos+)

How often do you go detecting? I used to do it stable twice a week, digging a lot, but now I don’t go so often, unfortunately. But now it was finally time to dig – the fields have been removed, there is still a lot of corn stubble in many fields, but in general, it does not affect the detecting too much. You can go and find it, the main...