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More Gold finds with the Equinox
Posted by: laplander
Date: December 21, 2017 02:24AM
Treasure talk with Gordon Heritage https://www.minelab.com/anz/go-minelabbing/treasure-talk/found-in-the-fields-equinox-gold
I don't know if you all realize it or not but these are amazing finds in some difficult conditions.
Saxon gold is as rare as hens teeth :surprised: Congratulations Gordon on some terrific finds!!
HH Jeff

Re: More Gold finds with the Equinox
Posted by: Dan(NM)
Date: December 21, 2017 02:25AM
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laplander
Treasure talk with Gordon Heritage https://www.minelab.com/anz/go-minelabbing/treasure-talk/found-in-the-fields-equinox-gold
I don't know if you all realize it or not but these are amazing finds in some difficult conditions.
Saxon gold is as rare as hens teeth :surprised: Congratulations Gordon on some terrific finds!!
HH Jeff

Thanks for the link Jeff!!

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Re: More Gold finds with the Equinox
Posted by: GKMan
Date: December 21, 2017 11:15AM
Wow



Gary
Dutchess County New York
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Re: More Gold finds with the Equinox
Posted by: Dale(Ia)
Date: December 21, 2017 09:34PM
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laplander
Treasure talk with Gordon Heritage https://www.minelab.com/anz/go-minelabbing/treasure-talk/found-in-the-fields-equinox-gold
I don't know if you all realize it or not but these are amazing finds in some difficult conditions.
Saxon gold is as rare as hens teeth :surprised: Congratulations Gordon on some terrific finds!!
HH Jeff
Yes indeed, Jeff.......that is some "RARE" gold!!!
The NOX is looking better& better!

Iowa Dale

Re: More Gold finds with the Equinox
Posted by: tometusns
Date: December 22, 2017 04:17AM
Back on 9/19 I said this older guy can't wait and made up my mind to roll the dice on the Equinox. First Brandon's video then more info about it from minelab. Reading Steve's coming out statement plus other posts he's made and now this from Gordon. Yep, I'm smiling right now typing this. Really looking forward to getting one for myself. Thanks for sharing the link.

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Re: More Gold finds with the Equinox
Posted by: Rich (Utah)
Date: December 22, 2017 09:25AM
Seems to be very capable of gleaning leftovers.

The picture of the equinox is slowly coming together. Things will speed up when more reports come in.

Rich



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Re: More Gold finds with the Equinox
Posted by: amberjack
Date: December 22, 2017 02:12PM
Nice digs :biggrin:

AJ

Re: More Gold finds with the Equinox
Posted by: Probey
Date: December 22, 2017 05:11PM
Wish I lived in an area where this kind of treasures could be found. Awesome!!!

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Re: More Gold finds with the Equinox
Posted by: Jason in Enid
Date: December 22, 2017 05:52PM
when I look at finds like that, I might as well be looking at something from the moon. When you live in a place with barely over 100 years of occupation, its an ultimate triumph to find anything from the 1890s.

4 of those gold coins can lay on a nickel coin....
Posted by: bugg
Date: December 22, 2017 07:04PM
That's how small they are! And to find one of those at 10+ inches , with solid target ID, blows me away!

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Re: More Gold finds with the Equinox
Posted by: sgoss66
Date: December 22, 2017 08:23PM
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Jason in Enid
when I look at finds like that, I might as well be looking at something from the moon. When you live in a place with barely over 100 years of occupation, its an ultimate triumph to find anything from the 1890s.

+2!

An 1890s coin in Oklahoma is a triumph, indeed! Detectorists in Europe must just laught at us! :)

STeve



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Norman, OK

Re: More Gold finds with the Equinox
Posted by: laplander
Date: December 23, 2017 12:25AM
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sgoss66
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Jason in Enid
when I look at finds like that, I might as well be looking at something from the moon. When you live in a place with barely over 100 years of occupation, its an ultimate triumph to find anything from the 1890s.

+2!

An 1890s coin in Oklahoma is a triumph, indeed! Detectorists in Europe must just laught at us! :)

STeve
It's all in ones perspective, my first hunt over there :ukflag: I was saving greenies {large cents}, conical musket balls and was told by the natives it was modern crap!
What was really tough was to come back here and dig Merc dimes after digging 1st century romans.

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Re: More Gold finds with the Equinox
Posted by: amberjack
Date: December 23, 2017 12:40AM
find greenies here call them seateds just so I can say I found a seated penny and yep they except for a couple rare ones went in the bin with the rest of the copper crap big pennys that have to be dug to find the silver..
and yep oldest 1820's and that's as good as it gets here unless one is extremely lucky :clapping:

the oldest stuff we have is billions of years old I guess but has no date or markings to check when it was dropped off here.. colour is yellow :wiggle:

depends if detecting is about having a time out or about money if it was about money probably best off going to work or chasing the yellow..

AJ

Re: More Gold finds with the Equinox
Posted by: laplander
Date: December 23, 2017 12:58AM
Where are you at AJ?
I found my oldest largie in the USA this fall an 1812 classic head, in north Missouri that's unheard of.

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Re: More Gold finds with the Equinox
Posted by: amberjack
Date: December 23, 2017 01:15AM
that's an old one for sure, modern rubbish over there :biggrin: I am in Australia, no we are not all like me :buds: most are worse :lmfao: now I am in trouble but really its a national past time taking the :beers:

was there anything else in that spot? just looked at your coin its US made coin been making them there for while !!

we didn't make our own coins other than gold till 1910.. super modern rubbish

this what you found in the UK?

that's what I would call a greenie as they turn green in the ground and see why I call them seateds :unsure:.

ours are the same size as the British ones roo on the new ones. which finished in 1964

AJ



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