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Junk may be gold

bwstephen

Active member
Over last few weeks on the beach these are objects that I took home figuring they were probably junk. I have an electronic tester and these are items that turned out to be keepers. The grille was marked but the surprise was the LV square piece. Louis Vuitton jewelry, wish I had found more of that one. The small one is dental gold, looks to be part of a cap. It don’t take a lot to make some money. Better look at the junk a little closer, it may pay.
 

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Ronstar

Well-known member
Gold is gold is GOLD!!!!!! You’re right about double checking, I have saved a couple 925 stamps from the junk pile!
 

bwstephen

Active member
That is what nice about detecting, i love to get those surprises , thinking after a hunt that you didn't get much good, and after it gets cleaned " whoo " there it is. just makes it fun.
Well said!
Gold is gold is GOLD!!!!!! You’re right about double checking, I have saved a couple 925 stamps from the junk pile!
I once had a little boy pendant I thought was plated junk. It was unmarked 22K gold, I bought an electronic tester, now I know.
 

bwstephen

Active member
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