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Recent content by rferrari

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    Pewter decorative adornment?

    Dug up a flat pewter heart shaped object, 2.85" tall, 2 .67" wide, on average 1 /10" thick. Obv is finished smooth while the rev is rough and exhibits poured mold surface. Rev has three small holes where iron attachment points have rusted away. No markings. Item dug at 4-6" between a 1753...
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    Surprised myself

    I've had my AT pro for a while, using and learning as I find lots of items. I was cleaning off the dirt and sand and realized I haven't used the headphones yet. So I attached them, turned on the AT pro and hit my backyard. The sounds were clear and varied. I even had to turn the volume knob...
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    Help by example

    I have been working a large farm that dates to 1800. Owner is a good friend and very kind to allow me to dig. I have been showing him all the items and he enjoys every one. He went to Texas to buy a cutting horse. After riding horses in a large arena, he realized his Rolex watch was no...
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    Good deeds

    went thru my finds boxes and realized that I had several silver or gold religious medals and crosses in good shape. I approached a few spiritual people I know and gave them the medals, to do as they saw fit. Peace, Roy