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Metal Detecting The Carolinas
Metal Detecting The Carolinas

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Out for a bit on Monday and nothing special… you don’t know until you go!
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I’m finally back to the finer things in life… deep woods hunt down in Charleston today and had a blast. Best find of the day was this 11 ¼” trigger guard from a Brown Bess! Some research shows that the 1730 Long Land Pattern guns still retained that early Dutch influence with lobed finials at each end. I searched the whole area for any more parts and found nothing, but I’m still very happy with just the trigger guard.
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Now this is always a welcome find… last weekend’s Relic Hunt with some good friends! #gold #metaldetecting
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Big Old Brass Ring Find
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Pre 1940s Lipstick Case. World War II made lipstick scarce, because several of its essential ingredients were used in the war effort (petroleum and castor oil). During those years, metal tubes were replaced by plastic and paper.
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North Carolina deep woods brass buckle find. 0.75 at the wide end with some leather still attached to it. #metaldetecting the Carolinas.
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Was just telling someone a few weeks ago that I hadn’t found a harmonica reed in quite some time… then three from the last weekend’s hunt! Don’t know why I like them, but I do. HH - Mike
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On the beach earlier this week getting the gear ready for Spring Break and this popped up! #myrtlebeach   #metaldetecting  
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On the beach today just to get out for a while. I suppose this old drowned Samsung Galaxy was the fun find for the day!
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Quick afternoon hunt today and found what’s left of this standing liberty quarter. This particular one dates from 1925 to 1930 due to the raised date area of the coin that wore down quickly and was later replaced with a recessed date by the mint. Normally won’t clean coins, but had to run this one in a sonic cleaner for 30 minutes to get some more detail for an ID - Happy Hunting Mike
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