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The 1838 Seated Dime Love Token

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The 1838 Seated Dime Love Token

Treasure Hunting with Nokta Simplex+ with SP24 Search Coil The 1838 Seated Liberty Dime found with Nokta Simplex+   CT Relic Digger Says: The Simplex+ with the SP24 coil doesn't disappoint in trashy areas! I was detecting an old farmers field that is now a soccer field, very trashy area with lots of iron. The SP24 coil had no problem isolating this beautiful little target amongst all the trash. It came in at a beautiful solid 88 on the VDI scale, down about 5 in, and what came up really surprised me, an 1838 silver seated liberty dime that somebody carved...

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XP ORX's 1st Holiday Special - 2021

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XP ORX's 1st Holiday Special  - 2021

Available Now! With MI6 Pointer Included  ( Saving of $148 )    XP ORX First 2021 Holiday Deal - Shop Now Last week 6 Nokta Holiday Specials became available. Now XP released their first XP ORX seasonal deal. XP ORX Metal Detector 9" X35 Coil & RC W/ MI-6 Pointer, for ONLY $40 extra. That is a steep saving since the MI-6 Pointer separate cost would have been $159. These ORX specials fly off the shelves...so if you've been eyeing this ORX combo you may want to jump on that pedal.  Always remember that we have a handful of advantageous and very advantageous BUY NOW PAY...

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Relic Hunting United States - Trail of General Rochambeau

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Relic Hunting United States - Trail of General Rochambeau

North East Treasures From the Trail of General Rochambeau. Found by Brett, with Garrett AT Pro. Relic Hunting on the Trail of General Rochambeau Brett, from Connecticut, USA Says: "For the last few years now I've been on the trail of the Revolutionary War General Rochambeau and his 4000 troops from France. Who helped us Americans fight the British.  There are several encampments close by where they had stayed.   One is in Bolton Connecticut Four French regiments camped at the Minister's Farm (now called the Rose Farm) on June 21, 22, 23, and 24, 1781. They were happy and in...

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Relic Hunting Connecticut - The "Cartwheel" Penny

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Relic Hunting Connecticut - The "Cartwheel" Penny

Treasure Hunting with Nokta Simplex+ WHP CT Relic Digger with The "Cartwheel" Penny    CT Relic Digger Says: "So the story behind this amazing penny that I dug.... I was at a colonial foundation here in Connecticut with my buddy Kevin the Water Boy. We had dug a few buttons and some other odds and ends, a couple cool relics, but overall slow day, then I got this slamming signal on the Simplex+.  It was a solid 66-67.  I was on the back side of the foundation, near the old cart road. It was definitely the heaviest and largest coin...

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Relic Hunting Connecticut

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Relic Hunting Connecticut

Early 1900's Iron Knuckle 1900's Iron Knuckle found with Nokta Anfibio Multi Metal Detector. Relic Hunting Connecticut is created equally for new and experienced treasure hunters, scientists and historians alike. Follow us weekly, as Joshua unearths the history and treasures of the beautiful state of Connecticut.  CT Relic Digger Says: "The Iron Knuckles were an amazing slamming signal. It almost blew my ears off - That old iron rings through like a high tone sometimes. It was down about 6 in. What a cool find! Based on the style they were made in the early 1900s. They were a bit...

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