Is it worth getting a metal detector in the Pacific Northwest?
Some guy just hit the motherload in Britain when he found a cache of like-new Roman coins. Obviously there will be nothing in Washington state that old since it doesn't have nearly as much history..but are there things to be found in this area that would be of significant value? Or will it be just hoping to find the occasional lost jewelry and such?
Sure! You might just hit the mother load which was left behind by the legendary Hi-jacker D.B Cooper
If you live by the beach I bet you could find a lot of jewelry and coins to make it worth it. For sure you'll find enough pounds of beer bottle caps to sell for scrap metal.
by Jim Higgins 6 years ago
Have you ever used a metal detector to look for treasures of any kind?I just a read an article about a first time treasure hunter in Britain who went out and found about $160,000 worth of Roman coins. I suppose that is a lot more likely in Britain than the US.I wonder what kind of things people...
by Rareobject 8 years ago
I am collecting information on what items, people have discovered while metal detecting and also where they found it. Please list all your items as other people may have found the same items close to where you found yours. I am sure you or someone you know has a story we all would love to hear....
by Jason Menayan 9 years ago
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by TripleAMom 7 years ago
Can you give me some suggestions about using a metal detector at the beach?
by doodlebugs 7 years ago
Is it legal to use a metal detector in public parks in Utah?I'm going on a trip to Utah and taking my White's metal detector. Is it legal to go metal detecting in public parks in Utah?
by nifty@50 8 years ago
If you set off the metal detector at the Air Port and are singled out for a TSA search, do you...opt for the full body pat down or the full body scan!
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