Metal Detecting A New Location With Silver

Right Path to Metal Detecting

Is metal detection machine helpful to you. It’s a steep area and a new location. First target. Something made of aluminum. I apologise for the camera angle! It’s a lead seal. GPS (POI) #1. Maybe I should go down. The Deus is too loud. It’s a noisy area, but sometimes it is very quiet. I found this before. But I don’t know what it is. The tip is missing. What could that be? I will check it out. Hmm. I have no idea. Dogs are barking at my Deus and the pinpointer. It’s lead. Probably a musket ball. Or a bullet. Holes. It’s a rusty nail. I think, it’s lead. How to swing the coil without making noises. Where is it? The tip of my pinpointer is hollow. It isn’t very sensitive. Finally. I think, I underestimated the depth. It’s a tiny silver coin. It’s from 1764, but I don’t know what it is (yet). What a nice surprise. Under a root. Probably a piece of lead. A small bullet casing. Another silver coin. I don’t know what, or how old it is. Could be 1700’s too.

Another dog barking at my equipment. I will have to silence the pinpointer at home. It’s a “Pro-pointer II” inside of AT housing. It doesn’t have any options, like the orange one. But I like it “much” better. It’s an old nail. No. No. Or maybe that was it. It was – it’s a tiny ring. What is it? Probably a former lead ball and not a Roman coin. But I will tag it just in case. It’s a musket ball. Sounds like iron. A wedge? I can’t take care of iron at this point. An angry ant. Another musket ball. It’s a button. No, wrong number. Another button. Just a piece of wire. A piece of lead. Hmm. What is it today. It’s just trash. Part of a tube. Could be the frame of a purse. “5 Reichspfennig” coin. From 1903? Must be #10.

The coil acts strange. What could that be? What is this? Looks somehow similar to the last find. The previous one came from there. Let’s see. I think, that’s a brooch. I’ll better stop, I can see gems. Hopefully I haven’t removed any. Iron buckle. It’s a ring. Lead? A “5 Reichspfennig” coin. 1940. It’s a coin. And something else in the same hole. A second coin. “10” and “5 Reichspfennig”. 1940. The date is corroded. Pottery. Mosquitoes. He is trying hard. “10 Reichspfennig”. Unbelievable. 1890. It looks nice. I don’t like this signal. Go away. I don’t know what it is. It’s iron. Part of a “scabbard chape”? Probably not :). A gold coin? No, “just” “5 Reichspfennig”. But it looks nice. 1939. In mint condition :). I’m swinging the coil to not get any signals. I don’t feel comfortable with loud detectors in a quiet environment. “1 Reichspfennig”. 1943. It’s already out. A small lead bullet. Is it a screw cap? Unfortunately I couldn’t show you much trash today. It was there, but because of the camera angle and length. I think, it could be a “50 Pfennig” coin (from a fire). But I’m not sure.

I will put a fresh shirt on and go towards exit, while still detecting. A button. Hmm. And a ring. I realized that the camera was turned off. What happened to your eye? We will look at this at home. Some iron. Probably not a scabbard chape ;). Hmm. Musket balls and lead bullets. A copper tooth? 😉 Probably not a Roman coin. Highly likely a button. A lead seal. “1 Reichspfennig” coin. 1943. “5 Reichspfennig” coin. Date is missing. “10 Reichspfennig” coin. 1940. “5 Reichspfennig” coin. 1940. “5 Reichspfennig” coin (1903?). “10 Reichspfennig” coin (1890). “5 Reichspfennig” coin. 1939. A tiny ring. A bigger ring. An even bigger ring. A button. Another button. A. M. D. (“Armee Montur Depot”) – 1800’s. The second silver coin. This was under the crust. I could clean it more. The first silver coin. “Kreuzer” (Bavaria) Maximilian III. Joseph. 1764. The strange object. Hmm, what is this? The brooch. Trash. More trash. And treasure.


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