Find's Treasure Forums

Welcome to Find's Treasure Forums, Guests!

You are viewing this forums as a guest which limits you to read only status.

Only registered members may post stories, questions, classifieds, reply to other posts, contact other members using built in messaging and use many other features found on these forums.

Why not register and join us today? It's free! (We don't share your email addresses with anyone.) We keep email addresses of our users to protect them and others from bad people posting things they shouldn't.

Click here to register!



Need Support Help?

Cannot log in?, click here to have new password emailed to you

Changed email? Forgot to update your account with new email address? Need assistance with something else?, click here to go to Find's Support Form and fill out the form.

Not sure, Could it be a Colonial cuff link?

Minelab Pirate

Active member
Found at a Revolutionary War Camp. Modern?
 

Attachments

  • P1060310.JPG
    P1060310.JPG
    954.5 KB · Views: 49
  • P1060312.JPG
    P1060312.JPG
    821.9 KB · Views: 46
  • P1060313.JPG
    P1060313.JPG
    1.6 MB · Views: 48
  • P1060314.JPG
    P1060314.JPG
    1.3 MB · Views: 48

ronaldj2

Well-known member
Fan out your search. I try to go back in time in my mind and try to figure out what the landscape may have looked like back then. Where would be some ideal spots to pitch a tent , look for iron as well try to find charcoal or evidence of a campfire . Was there any skirmishes in the area ? There may have been a lot more trees around then . Metal detecting is just that. We do some detective work . Like history detectives. Having the mindset of what the area may have been like 250 years ago can certainly help. Just my 2 cents worth. Nice finds. Good luck . HH
 

Ronstar

Well-known member
Could it also be a vest button???? Cool find!
 

Spider-F5

Active member
it does appear to be a cufflink. Great find!!

F5
 

bootyhoundpa

Well-known member
kinda hard to pin point age.. the few I’ve found that old are kinda like flat with a pattern stamped into it or flat with engraving.. that one appears to be cast however Im not sure whether or not they would have made them that way that far back..
 
Top