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The Lost Ring

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One of my dive buddies found it. Both are in the same bay. Under rocks in shallow water. Found one with ex2 and the other with Deus2. I wanted to share with you. It is called the "Byzantine Pit" in Türkiye. The more obvious one is VII.Michael 1070. We're investigating the other.
 

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Ronstar

Well-known member
Incredible!!!!!
 

The Lost Ring

Well-known member
That's awesome!!!!
Incredible!!!!!
Spectacular,👍👏👏
Amazing finds!!!!!:hot:
Wow, great finds! HH jim tn
Thanks.


I'm assuming Gold.
Incredible finds.
Would be a lifetime achievement for me
Congratulations. And great friends with attitude.

Thanks.

An alloy called "ELECTRON" and used in coins. Electron or white gold is an alloy obtained by mixing gold and silver in certain amounts. 75% gold and 25% silver or palladium are added to 18 kt white gold. In yellow gold, other elements such as copper were added instead of silver and palladium. It is usually pale yellow or yellowish white in color.

In short, these are gold coins.
 

Mark kus

Well-known member
Awesome finds in great condition also!
Mark
 
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