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1st ten years micro jewelry hunting.just the studs

bootyhoundpa

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These are my freshwater stud earrings from the last 10 year’s minus the ones my wife and granddaughter claimEd’s for their own...none of these are gold...some were found in dry sand..machines used were; Whites 5900,Fisher 1270 which had rigged up for water hunting ,Excalibur,Tesoro tiger shark and Equinox 800..
 

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JimmyCT

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😮😮😮😮😮😮😮😮😮
what a massive collection!!! What an incredible amount of bling!!! With the amount of time you spent in the water, you must of grown gills :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
Thanks for sharing!
 

okierebel

Well-known member
All kiddin aside that is way cool!!
 

BigTony

Well-known member
These are my freshwater stud earrings from the last 10 year’s minus the ones my wife and granddaughter claimEd’s for their own...none of these are gold...some were found in dry sand..machines used were; Whites 5900,Fisher 1270 which had rigged up for water hunting ,Excalibur,Tesoro tiger shark and Equinox 800..
Nice work!
What do you use for a sand scoop?
Tony
 

bootyhoundpa

Well-known member
Nice work!
What do you use for a sand scoop?
Tony
I have my own homemade scoop that lived it’s first life as a 6 quart soup pot lol.. I put small holes on the bottom as to lessen the chance of small stuff slipping through and in addition to that I use a sifter ,actually more like a bucket that has 5/32” holes in it so nothing gets away..I then sift through it at the shoreline and re detect the pile again ...
 

mike k.

Member
These are my freshwater stud earrings from the last 10 year’s minus the ones my wife and granddaughter claimEd’s for their own...none of these are gold...some were found in dry sand..machines used were; Whites 5900,Fisher 1270 which had rigged up for water hunting ,Excalibur,Tesoro tiger shark and Equinox 800..
Out of all those studs , how many are actually diamond ?
 

bootyhoundpa

Well-known member
Zero....... even of the gold ones I find ( not pictured) usually less than half of those will be real diamonds...when I do find real diamonds they are always tiny and not worth much to my knowledge...
 

royamart

New member
With the advent of new, more modern, and sensitive metal detectors, treasure hunting has reached a new level.
 

royamart

New member
Indeed, how nice to unexpectedly become the owner of collectibles or old coins, the value of which is sometimes calculated by figures with 5-6 zeros. It is not always vintage. Patina-covered items are real treasures unless they are not as a crucifix bracelet in sterking silver. On the actual value of money in the eyes of the numismatist influence such indicators as a rarity (i.e., small circulation), the degree of preservation (the newer looks product, the more it will cost, and sometimes the difference is tens of times)
 
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